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Sou Fujimoto’s Cloud Design For Serpentine Gallery Pavilion
Award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto has been selected to design the 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London.
Building Demolition in a Modern World
Japan contractor has come up with a modern solution to demolish buildings in tightly packed urban areas -...
How Safe are Japan’s Tunnels?
While Japanese building standards are no doubt high, questions must surely now be asked about the safety of...
Designing the ‘World’s Greatest Stadium’
UK-based architectural firm Zaha Hadid has been pegged to create an iconic stadium in Japan.
Oasis-Style Homes Partner Seclusion and Accessibility
Oasis-style dwellings can provide a buffer from urban environments while offering maximum comfort and accessibility inside.
BlueScope Enters $1.36 Billion Joint Venture
BlueScope Steel has struck a joint venture the company says will help it capitalise on overseas markets and...
When Cultures Merge, Architecture Only Improves
The new Australia House gallery and studio is a testament to Australian architecture even though it stands on...
The Necessity of Green Standards | Jumping the Green Gun
How can we label planned green developments buildings as the next big green thing before they have even...
Does Japan Have The World’s Least CO2-Emitting Building?
According to contractor Shimizu Corporation, the new headquarters it opened in Tokyo open this week stands as the...
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