Tschumi Architects

Alésia Museum in Alise-Sainte-Reine, France by Bernard Tschumi Architects (Photo: Christian Richters)

Various building patterns architect Kengo Kuma

materials Various building patterns architect Kengo Kuma

London architect Foster + Partners have completed an academy clad in wood in Berkshire, UK. Called The Langley Academy, the project incorporates a three-storey building with a full-height atrium where 1,100 students can assemble. Three yellow, cylindrical, two-storey volumes within this space house science laboratories. Two arms leading outwards from the atrium are lined with

The Langley Academy by Foster + Partners

Open Courts Sports Complex, Kayseri, Turkey by Bahadır Kul Architects

Open Court Sports Complex :The municipality of Kayseri, Turlkey sanctioned BKA to create a multifunctional facility for their citizens that would fulfil all their sports needs

South Australian Government to establish the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) by Woods Bagot.

From Contemporist: Photographer Peter Clarke images of SAHMRI, the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute designed by Woods Bagot.

Chapel of St. Basil, Houston (1997). Philip Johnson, architect.

Chapel of St. Basil, ‪University of St. Thomas, ‬Houston, Texas, USA by architect ‪Philip Johnson‬


Whatever this is, it makes my eyes hurt (Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall by Olafur Eliasson & Henning Larsen Architects, Reykjavik.

Henning Larsen Architects | Uppsala Concert & Congress Hall, Sweden

A modern façade for Sweden’s Uppsala Concert and Congress Hall building, very elegant and slick concentrating a unique collaboration between architects (Henning Larsen Architects), engineers and acoustics.