Wednesday29 June 2016

Asia Pacific

The One World Trade Center in New York opened for business earlier this week. The $3.8bn (£2.4bn) building is built on the site of the twin towers of the previous World Trade Center, which were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks in 2001. The SOM designed  104-

US cities outpacing London in construction boom

Experts warn Seattle and New York could be first to overheat

Studio Octopi - Yarra River swimming pool

Studio Octopi floats plan for Yarra River pool

Practice unveils plan for floating pool on Melbourne’s Yarra River

Bird's eye view of GMP's Urban Music Hall in Chengdu, China

GMP beats Zaha Hadid and Jean Nouvel to Chinese opera house

German architect also triumphed over Aedas and Nikken Sekkei

Saint Louis Art Museum, USA, by David Chipperfield Architects and HOK

Chipperfield leads charge for RIBA International Prize

Longlist announced for Lubetkin replacement

Issam Fares Institute by Zaha Hadid Architects

Zaha Hadid Architects only UK finalist for Aga Khan Award

19 finalists picked from 348 nominations for architecture award

Maki and Associates - Shekou Design Museum in Shenzhen, China, with Victoria and Albert Museum Gallery

Maki's V&A China gallery moves a step closer

Shenzhen’s design history is about much more than copying, say researchers

Kengo Kuma - The Darling Exchange in Sydney

Kengo Kuma wins first Australian building

Darling Exchange is part of huge Lendlease development in central Sydney

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