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Award-Winning Lune De Sang Sheds Complement a Sustainably Managed Forest in Australia

Award-Winning Lune De Sang Sheds Complement a Sustainably Managed Forest in Australia

Despite their name and functionality, the Lune de Sang sheds are not your typical sheds. Built for working and habitation purposes, the concrete-and-stone structures were "conceived as ruins in the

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A21 Studio’s Rainbow Chapel Wins 2014 WAF’s Building of the Year Award

A21 Studio’s Rainbow Chapel Wins 2014 WAF’s Building of the Year Award

Built to serve an urban ward with a lack of communal space, the 1,500-square-foot Chapel accommodates a variety of community activities, such as weddings and conferences, inside a simple, shed-like

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Taylor Cullity Lethlean’s Australian Botanical Garden Wins World Landscape of the Year 2013

Taylor Cullity Lethlean’s Australian Botanical Garden Wins World Landscape of the Year 2013

Taylor Cullity Lethlean created a journey through the various landscapes of Australia, welcoming intrepid visitors to try them all on for size in one fell swoop. The 170,000 plants representing 1700

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KKA’s Lecor Headquarters in Sweden Shortlisted For 2013 WAF Award

KKA’s Lecor Headquarters in Sweden Shortlisted For 2013 WAF Award

Clad in dark grey steel plates, Lecor's new HQ emphasizes the function of steel production. A glass box encased in a steel frame protrudes far over the façade. The first floor is dominated by a steel

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World Architecture Festival 2013 Shortlist Announced

World Architecture Festival 2013 Shortlist Announced

The World Architecture Festival is the world's most hotly-anticipated architecture awards event, so we're excited to learn that some of our favorite projects are featured in this year's recently announced

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Hassell’s Sustainable Common Ground Housing Project Honored at the World Architecture Festival

Hassell’s Sustainable Common Ground Housing Project Honored at the World Architecture Festival

International architecture and planning firm Hassell recently won multiple awards and commendations at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore. One of the projects recognized was Hassell’s Common

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RTA Studio’s Carbon-Neutral C3 House is New Zealand’s First Win at World Architecture Festival

RTA Studio’s Carbon-Neutral C3 House is New Zealand’s First Win at World Architecture Festival

The C3 House is designed to be visually unobtrusive and environmentally sensitive. Designed to be a permanent single family residence for a family of four, the home will include a two-car garage, gym, 2

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Nikken Sekkei’s Evaporative Cooling Bioskin Building Wins Energy Award at World Architecture Festival

Nikken Sekkei’s Evaporative Cooling Bioskin Building Wins Energy Award at World Architecture Festival

Nikken Sekkei's bioskin system is a groundbreaking attempt to reduce operations costs and energy use through natural processes. The idea was inspired by the traditional Japanese techniques of cooling the

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Singapore’s Bishan Park Wins Landscape of the Year Award at the World Architecture Festival

Singapore’s Bishan Park Wins Landscape of the Year Award at the World Architecture Festival

Bishan Park is part of Singapore's Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters (ABC Waters) Program, a long-term initiative to transform the city-state's bodies of water into more inviting public parks. Prior to

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Stabilized Insulated Rammed Earth (SIRE) Walls Last a Lifetime Without Maintenance

Stabilized Insulated Rammed Earth (SIRE) Walls Last a Lifetime Without Maintenance

SIREWALL homes and buildings are constructed with a mix of local soils strengthened with rebar and a small amount of cement. This mix then wraps around approximately 4 inches of rigid insulation to create

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Crop Circle-Esque Green Roof Covers Batlle i Roig’s Award Winning Waste Treatment Plant

Crop Circle-Esque Green Roof Covers Batlle i Roig’s Award Winning Waste Treatment Plant

This circle-pocked landscape might look like a scene from an M. Night Shyamalan movie, but it's actually a green-roofed waste treatment facility! Instead of digging a completely new landfill, Batlle i

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Colorful Yevlakh Seed Factory Wins World Architecture Award

Colorful Yevlakh Seed Factory Wins World Architecture Award

The seed manufacturing facility is the first of its kind in the country. It's equipped with the latest seed growth technologies and can produce 250,000 tons of seeds annually. Located near the

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2009 World Architecture Festival Winners Announced

2009 World Architecture Festival Winners Announced

The 2009 World Architecture Festival took place this week in Barcelona, drawing great minds to discuss, learn, share and award excellent architectural designs and completed projects. This year's theme

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Petting Farm Nominated for 2009 World Architecture Award

Petting Farm Nominated for 2009 World Architecture Award

70F Architecture's Sheep Stable/Petting Farm is nominated for a 2009 World Architecture Award. The building's open facade allows for wind to continuously ventilate the entire farm, and its shutters open

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The Beautifully Unfolding Ocho Casas Housing Complex

The Beautifully Unfolding Ocho Casas Housing Complex

Frequent passerby in the neighborhood of Santa Margarita, Spain may find themselves a bit lost when they can't seem to find the white wall they just passed by. Appearing at first as a simple sheet of

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