Designers have long expressed their creativity by using innovative textiles and motifs and these three examples are no exception.
If you feel dizzy at a fairground then some of these designs might not be for you – moving pieces of architecture and installations to work in tune with their environments or to tell us something about modern life.
Kampung Admiralty, designed by WOHA, has won the prestigious World Building of the Year 2018 award at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Amsterdam. The mixed-use building is “Singapore’s first integrated, public development that brings together a mix of public facilities and services under one roof” – as the architects explain.
As the architectural gaze increasingly focuses on sustainability, it’s no surprise that timber structures are very much in vogue amongst a creative group of architects pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved with this most natural of materials.
Art Machines: International Symposium on Computational Media Art is set to take place from January 4 -7 2019 at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong bringing together academics, artists and professionals in the field of computational media art in a four-day symposium whose core theme will be the topic of Machine Learning and Art. For this blog post, we thought this is such an interesting subject that we’d explore the area a little more. It’s certainly a fascinating area!
This week (Nov 28-30) top architect practices from around the world will find out which has scooped the coveted World Building on the Year at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards, this year taking place in Amsterdam. The 2018 awards programme, which includes the INSIDE World Festival of Interiors Awards, received more than 1,000 entries, with submitted buildings ranging from the research centre in Riyadh, guest houses on stilts in rural China and a mosque without a minaret in Iran.
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