Architectural Design News
News on Architectural Design continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
13 hrs ago | InsideHalton.com
Residents packed into the Kinsmen Pine Room in Oakville Arena yesterday to weigh in their opinion on the future of local facility.
Trending on the Topix Network
17 hrs ago | Business Journal
Twenty-eight of Kansas city's most significant development projects were honored Friday at the Kansas City Business Journal Capstone Awards luncheon.
Yesterday | Mississippi Business Journal
Bayou Auguste extends a half mile into East Biloxi neighborhoods, passing through property owned by the Biloxi Housing Authority, Biloxi Public Schools, the City of Biloxi and private landowners.
Yesterday | BroadwayWorld.com
Agora Art Studios is pleased to announce that the finalists of the Landscape Painting Contest held last month, Martha Williams, Robert Boyette and Mick Grochowski, will display her artwork in a group exhibition from March 8 through March 15 2014, with an opening reception on Saturday March 8 from 6:00pm to 8:00 pm.
Information submitted by the City of San Leandro- The City of San Leandro is pleased to announce that groundbreaking is set to begin next week on the Village Shopping Center to be located at 1550 East 14th Street, the site of the former Albertson's supermarket.
Last week marked the beginning of the end for the Third Church of Christ, Scientist at 16th and I streets NW, better known to the public as "D.C.'s ugliest church."
FRIENDLY LIVING: Architectural designer Craig Jarvis has designed a home for himself and his family for the international Living Buildings Challenge.
Benoy Architects masterminded a green architectural design for Taiwan High Speed Rail's Hsin Chu Station Mall.
Bjarke Ingels, founder of the architectural group, BIG, that won the Kimball Art Center's architectural design contest in 2012, responded by email to The Park Record's questions about the revised design.
This year, Madison will begin looking at ways to improve the "Triangle neighborhood" and Brittingham Park on the near west side, and looking for a way to extend the campus mall all the way to Lake Monona.
Screen/Print is an experiment in translation across media, featuring a close-up digital look at printed architectural writing.
Award-winning Japanese architect Prof Koh Kitayama is bound for Queenstown as part of an Architectural Designers New Zealand tour at the end of the month.
Rice University has opted to tear down an historic building constructed by legendary Houston art icons the Menils in what some are calling an "insult" to their history.
THE 10-weekend experimental program on pedestrianization of the Calle Real in Iloilo City will end by Sunday, March 9, but Councilor Jason Gonzales is eyeing a permanent program through a regulation ordinance by March 30. Gonzales said the pedestrianization program every Sunday afternoon will become a sustainable project designed for the eventual ... (more)