Park Grove / OMA | Shohei Shigematsu

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© Robin Hill © Robin Hill
  • Architects: OMA
  • Location: Miami, FL 33133, United States
  • Partner In Charge: Shohei Shigematsu
  • Design Team Project Manager: Scott Abrahams
  • Area: 1386000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Robin Hill
  • Team: Matthew Haseltine, Cass Nakashima, Nils Sanderson, Daeho Lee, Marrhew Edgardo Davis, Jeremy Kim, Gonzalo Lopez, Pantea Tehrani, Sumit Sahdev, Jun Shimada, Andrew Mack, Miguel Darcy, Betty Fan, Carly Dean, Ahmadreza Schricker, Britt Johnson, Shida Salehi-Esmati, Simon McKenzie, Jackie Woon Bae, Ian Watchorn, Filippo Nanni
  • Executive Architect: Arquitectonica
  • Interior Design: Studio Sofield, Meyer Davis
  • Landscape Architect: Enea Garden Design, Inc.
  • Civil Engineer:: VSN
  • Traffic Engineer: David Plummer & Associates
  • Structural Engineer: DiSimone
  • Mep Engineer: Feller
  • Sustainability: Spinnaker
  • Life Safety: SLS
  • Pool Consultants: AquaDynamics
© Robin Hill © Robin Hill

Text description provided by the architects. Two of three towers of Park Grove designed by Shohei Shigematsu officially open, as OMA New York’s three residential projects across North America are nearing completion.

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Treow Brycg House / Omar Gandhi Architect

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  • Architects: Omar Gandhi Architect
  • Location: Kingsburg, Canada
  • Design: Omar Gandhi, Jeff Shaw, Karl Gruenewald
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Ema Peter
  • Contractor: MRB Contracting


  • Structural:: Andrea Doncaster Engineering
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Physical Model: Chad Jamieson

  • Rendering: Ryan Nelson
© Ema Peter © Ema Peter

Text description provided by the architects. Located adjacent to the wild landscape of Kingsburg Beach on the south shore of Nova Scotia, set amongst tall grasses, roaming deer and the raw scent of the sea. The dark silhouette of the fortress-like structure, one of few things seen through the thick fog. Leaning forward with a canted back shell inspired by local gambrel-rooved barns, the residence braces itself for the unpredictable Nova Scotian weather.

© Ema Peter © Ema Peter

Composed of two levels and an interstitial space for circulation hugging the heavy steel back wall, the home takes advantage of the stunning seaside views while maintaining a high level of privacy from adjacent

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BL 2 House – Hammer Cabin / UMWELT

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  • Architects: UMWELT
  • Location: Cáhuil, Chile
  • Architects In Charge: Ignacio García Partarrieu, Arturo Scheidegger
  • Area: 32.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Felipe Ugalde
  • Cosntruction: Constructora Altamarea
  • Structural Calculation: Francisco Milla
  • Price: 19 UF/m2
© Felipe Ugalde © Felipe Ugalde

Text description provided by the architects. The BL II house or "Hammer Cabin", as the owners call it, has an area of 32 square meters and is composed of an open space with a mezzanine room and a bathroom with exterior access. The house works as an independent cabin for guests or for rental. Therefore both its position on the lot and its configuration in plant and section establish privacy relations with respect to the main house and also the necessary climatic protection. The northern and southern elevations are opaque for wind and rain protection while the west façade opens towards the ocean sheltering from the sun by an eaves. The

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The Flat Vault / AAU ANASTAS

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  • Architects: AAU ANASTAS
  • Location: Jerusalem, Palestine
  • Research And Engineering: Laboratoire GSA - ENSA Paris Malaquais & SCALES
  • Area: 50.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Mikaela Burstow
  • Budget: 85000 euros
© Mikaela Burstow © Mikaela Burstow

Text description provided by the architects. The St Mary of the Resurrection Abbey is one of Jerusalem’s most valuable witness of crusaders’ architecture. The site is one of the ve French domains in Jerusalem including the Tombs of the Kings, the Pater Noster, Sainte Anne, and the French General consulate.

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The church was built in the 12th century by the Crusaders. Its architecture offers a complete example of what was the architecture of the Crusaders in Palestine; a combination of different architectural elements that they brought from abroad and local elements that they found in situ.

© Mikaela Burstow © Mikaela Burstow

The newly built at stone vault is an extension of the

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BL 1 House / UMWELT

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  • Architects: UMWELT
  • Location: Cáhuil, Chile
  • Architects In Charge: Ignacio García Partarrieu, Arturo Scheidegge
  • Area: 130.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Felipe Ugalde
  • Construction: Constructora Altamarea
  • Structural Calculation: Francisco Milla
© Felipe Ugalde © Felipe Ugalde

Text description provided by the architects. BL1 is a house for a young family that decided to move from the capital to the beach of Cáhuil. It is not a second home for resting or escaping during the weekends but the possibility of transforming their metropolitan lifestyle to a more informal and rural one, with a direct and constant contact with the natural environment. 

© Felipe Ugalde © Felipe Ugalde

Due to this, in addition to the traditional program of family rooms, common spaces and services, the house includes extra spaces for guests, a workshop/yoga room, a garage/logia/dressing room that can be used as a multipurpose room and an independent cabin for rent (BL 2 House)

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ICD Aggregate Pavilion 2018 / ICD University of Stuttgart

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  • Architects: ICD University of Stuttgart
  • Location: 70469 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Icd Institute For Computational Design And Construction: Karola Dierichs, Achim Menges
  • Research Team: Christian Arias, Bahar Al Bahar, Elaine Bonavia, Federico Forestiero, Pedro Giachini, Shir Katz, Alexandre Mballa-Ekobena, Leyla Yunis, Jacob Zindroski
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: ICD University Stuttgart, Roland Halbe
  • Cable Robotics: Ondrej Kyjanek, Martin Loucka
  • Manufacturing: Wilhelm Weber GmbH & Co. KG
  • Funding: GETTYLAB, ITASCA Consulting Inc.
  • Size: circa 105 cubic metres (Height: 3.00 metres, Width: 5.00 metres, Length: 7.00 metres)
  • Weight: circa 2500 kilograms
  • Number Of Particles: circa 120 000 non-convex particles (circa 70 000 hexapods and circa 50 000 dekapods) and circa 725 convex particles (spheres)
© Roland Halbe © Roland Halbe
© Roland Halbe © Roland Halbe

Text description provided by the architects. In inanimate nature, large masses of granular substances, such as sand or gravel, are in constant processes of formation through perpetual

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Gallery Home / Elding Oscarson

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  • Architects: Elding Oscarson
  • Location: Lidingö, Sweden
  • Architect In Charge: onas Elding, Johan Oscarson, Matthias Salaets
  • Area: 340.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Mikael Olsson
© Mikael Olsson © Mikael Olsson

Text description provided by the architects. By coincidence when looking for a larger flat, the art-loving clients came across a plot with an 8-car underground garage on the island Lidingö, just outside Stockholm. Apart from the submerged garage, the plot was empty. This was not what they were looking for, yet it felt just right – soon a dream of a house with an integrated gallery started to form.

© Mikael Olsson © Mikael Olsson
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Through a cost conscious process and an attempt to benefit from what was already built on site, a large portion of the original garage has been appropriated for indoor climate. The garage structure has been altered by cutting open the roof

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The Kensington / Zaha Hadid Design

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  • Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
  • Location: W Cromwell Rd, London, United Kingdom
  • Design : Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
  • Project Director: Melodie Leung
  • Project Architect: Carine Posner
  • Project Team: Evgeniya Yatsyuk, Ovidiu Mihutescu, Natassa Lianou, Saman Dadgostar
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Luke Hayes
  • Project Management: JCDecaux
  • Contract Administration + Quantity Surveyor: Lavingtons
  • Structure: Buro Happold Engineering
  • Civil Engineering: Buro Happold Engineering
  • Mep: Hoare Lea
  • Lighting: Buro Happold Engineering
  • Landscape Design: MRG Studio
  • Principal Designer: Orsa Projects
  • Principal Contractor: Knight Brown Construction
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Text description provided by the architects. JCDecaux invited Zaha Hadid Design to redefine the design language of billboards – providing a unique communications channel in the capital that integrates contemporary design and digital media.

© Luke Hayes © Luke Hayes

Established in France in 1964, JCDecaux transformed the concept of street furniture and invented the concept of bus shelter provision funded by advertising. Today, JCDecaux provides a

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University of Oxford Beecroft Building / Hawkins\Brown

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  • Main Contractor: Laing O’Rourke
  • Project Manager: WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff
  • Quantity Surveyor: Turner & Townsend
  • M&E Engineer: Hoare Lea
  • Structural Engineer: Peter Brett Associates
© Jack Hobhouse © Jack Hobhouse

Text description provided by the architects. Hawkins\Brown was appointed by the University of Oxford in 2009 to design the new theoretical and experimental physics building. The University’s vision was for a collaborative working environment that would sit alongside cutting edge laboratories to provide unprecedented facilities for the university’s world-leading research in Physics.

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The site allotted for the new building presented a number of challenging constraints for the designers. At the junction of Parks Road and Keble Road in the north east of Oxford City Centre, the prominent location sits in close proximity to several listed buildings, notably

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V&A Dundee / Kengo Kuma and Associates

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Text description provided by the architects. Located along the waterfront in the city of Dundee in the northern part of Scotland, this museum is a branch of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

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In addition to exhibits of artwork in the V&A collection, contemporary Scottish art and product design from the area are on display, making it a facility that is expected to become a new cultural centre in Scotland.

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The site faces the River Tay, and the architecture proposes a new integrated way to achieve harmony with the environment. The façade has a variety of shadows and changes created with multiple horizontal layers of precast concrete as a way to express the beautiful cliffs of Scotland with architecture.

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A large horizontal “hole” was

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AgriNesture / H&P Architects

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  • Architects: H&P Architects
  • Location: Mạo Khê, Vietnam
  • Design Team: Doan Thanh Ha , Tran Ngoc Phuong, Nguyen Hai Hue, Trinh Thi Thanh Huyen, Nguyen Duc Anh, Ho Manh Cuong
  • Area: 75.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Nguyen TienThanh
© Nguyen TienThanh © Nguyen TienThanh

Text description provided by the architects. 75% of Vietnam's population now lives mainly on agricultural production in rural areas; however, rapid industrialization and urbanization in the past 20 years has resulted in a loss of millions of hectares of agricultural land, leaving nearly three million workers unemployed. In the meantime, the country's population has increased by more than 15 million people, which results in a high housing demand. This has then entailed massive waves of construction and sprawl land encroachments in rural areas and from other vulnerable communities. As a result, the living environment and natural habitat in these areas have been seriously contaminated and

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AgriNesture / H&P Architects

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© Nguyen TienThanh © Nguyen TienThanh
  • Architects: H&P Architects
  • Location: Mạo Khê, Vietnam
  • Design Team: Doan Thanh Ha , Tran Ngoc Phuong, Nguyen Hai Hue, Trinh Thi Thanh Huyen, Nguyen Duc Anh, Ho Manh Cuong
  • Area: 75.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Nguyen TienThanh
© Nguyen TienThanh © Nguyen TienThanh

Text description provided by the architects. 75% of Vietnam's population now lives mainly on agricultural production in rural areas; however, rapid industrialization and urbanization in the past 20 years has resulted in a loss of millions of hectares of agricultural land, leaving nearly three million workers unemployed. In the meantime, the country's population has increased by more than 15 million people, which results in a high housing demand. This has then entailed massive waves of construction and sprawl land encroachments in rural areas and from other vulnerable communities. As a result, the living environment and natural habitat in these areas have been seriously contaminated and

Current Condition
© Nguyen TienThanh
Master Plan
Step 1
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Aarhus Harbor Bath / BIG

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  • Architects: Bjarke Ingels Group
  • Location: Aarhus, Denmark
  • Partners In Charge: Bjarke Ingels, Finn Nørkjær, Andreas Klok Pedersen
  • Project Leader: Jesper Bo Jensen, Søren Martinussen
  • Area: 2600.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Rasmus Hjortshøj
  • Project Team: Annette Birthe Jensen, Franklin Natalino Simao, Giedrius Mamavicius, Jacob Lykkefold Aaen, Jakob Ohm Laursen, Johan Bergström, Kristoffer Negendahl, Lucian Tofan, Nicolas Millot, Richard Howis, Ryohei Koike, Soo Woo
  • Client: Center for Byens Anvendelse, Aarhus Kommune / Salling Fonden
  • Collaborators: CASA A/S, CC-Design A/S, Gehl
© Rasmus Hjortshøj © Rasmus Hjortshøj

Text description provided by the architects. Aarhus Harbor Bath is an extension of BIG’s current development plan for Aarhus’ new waterfront neighborhood named O4. Similar to BIG’s first harbor bath in Copenhagen from 2002 which has come to define the Danish capital as one of the most livable cities in the world, Aarhus Harbor Bath and adjacent Beach Bath provide new ways for

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Eling Residences / Safdie Architects

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  • Architects: Safdie Architects
  • Location: Yuzhong District, Chongqing, China
  • Design Principal: Moshe Safdie
  • Principals In Charge: Greg Reaves, Christopher Mulvey
  • Project Manager: Jeffrey Huggins
  • Area: 460000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: ARCH-EXIST
  • Project Team: Daniel Cho, Michael Guran, Mike McKee, Sanny Ng, Laura Rushfeldt, Damon Sidel, Sarah Wan, Hu Wei, Ye Yang, Jing Yu
  • Client: City Developments Limited (Singapore) and Vanke (Shenzhen, China)
  • Local Design Institute: CCDI Group, Chongqing
  • Façade Consultant And Interior Design: Design Paradigms
  • Landscape Architect: FuturePolis and Change Studio
  • Lighting Design: BPI
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Text description provided by the architects. Eling Residences are spread across the highest plateau of Eling Hill, adjacent to Chongqing’s well-known Eling Park and overlooking the Yuzhong Peninsula—the central point of the Chongqing municipality—and the Yangtze River.

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The 460,000-square-foot development contains 126 apartments organized into terraces that echo the slope of the site. The typology of

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Micro-Architecture: 40 Big Ideas for Small Cabins

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In spite of their apparent simplicity, small cabins have always been a welcome design challenge in which scale, materiality and habitability must be resolved in order to take maximum advantage of minimal spaces. Perhaps the most famous exercise in cabin design, the Le Corbusier-designed 16m2 cabanon was a container of ideas in which the Swiss architect explored the "modulor"-- an understanding of the fundamentality of human scale. In the ensuing half-century, many prominent architects have ventured into cabin design both experimentally and at a primitive level, especially as a small refuge in harmony within a natural context.

We have selected 36 small cabin designs from around the world that explore different types of solutions according to context and programmatic needs. 

Micro Courtyard House / Atelier Kaiser Shen (7m2)

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Diogene / Renzo Piano (7.5m2)

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The Treehouse / Wee Studio
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© Bertil Hertzberg
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© Jules  Couartou
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© Antonin Matejovski
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© Felipe Camus
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Courtesy of Studio 1984
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© Vlad Mitichev
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© Rob Brown
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© Tim Bies
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© Roland Halbe
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© Nelson Garrido
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©Paul Kuimet
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© Ricardo Oliveira Alves
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© Juan Baraja
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© Jose Campos
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© Kim Muller
Site Plan
© John Lewis Marshall
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© Djan Chu
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© Markus Bollen
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© Bent René Synnevág
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Courtesy of Alberto Kalach
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© Natalia Vial
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© Äke E:son Lindman
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© Gaudenz Danuser
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© Leonardo Finotti
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© Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
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© Jorrit't Hoen
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Forty-One Oaks / Field Architecture

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Text description provided by the architects. There are forty-one oaks within this Portola Valley lot. They lie within the boundaries, dotting the rolling hills and shading the ground with their canopy. The clients, a couple retired from corporate careers and now immersed in their passion for photography, wanted the home to feel like a continuation of the landscape; they hired Field Architecture, a firm with a long history of designing homes that act in conversation with their site.

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Jess Field sees the landscape’s orientation as “an invitation” from the oaks. The architectural response was to create a series of pavilions, including a guest house, tennis court, and Zen garden. Together, they allow for a porosity that connects the oaks with

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Genesis Gangnam Store / OMA

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  • Team: Alan Song, Alessandro Bonfiglio, Fernando Ocana, Silvia Sandor, Vincent Kersten
  • Clients Design Team: HMC Creative Works
  • Local Architect: Innocean Worldwide
  • Local Contractor: Janghak Construction
  • Lightning Contractor: Mavericks
  • Sound Consultant: Music infinity, Geniune Consulting
Photograph by June Young Lim, Courtesy of Hyundai Photograph by June Young Lim, Courtesy of Hyundai

Text description provided by the architects. Car shops, formerly the prime sales venue for cars, are no longer the exclusive setting in which cars are branded and presented to customers. Multichannel points of sales enable customers to choose between brands and models before entering the car shop; as a result, 90% of the customers who visit a car store have

Photograph by June Young Lim, Courtesy of Hyundai
Model © OMA
Photograph by Silvia Sandor, Courtesy of OMA
Photograph by June Young Lim, Courtesy of Hyundai
Photograph by June Young Lim, Courtesy of Hyundai
Program Boxes © OMA
Photograph by Shinji Takagi, Courtesy of OMA
Concept Plan © OMA
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Meet the Three Winners of the 2018 ArchDaily Refurbishment in Architecture Award

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The polls are closed and the votes are in! With nearly 15,000 votes cast over the last three weeks, we are ready to unveil the winners of ArchDaily's inaugural Refurbishment in Architecture Awards. This crowdsourced architecture award, developed in partnership with MINI Clubman, showcases the best refurbishment projects published on ArchDaily throughout 2017with our readers filtering a 450-strong shortlist down to 15 finalists, and ultimately, three winners.  Reflecting ArchDaily's global reach, the 15 finalists hailed from five continents, with the three winners located in South Africa, Mexico, and the United States. The award therefore demonstrates the global importance of architectural refurbishment as a means of enhancing sustainable urban environments at different scales.  Without further ado, meet the winners of the ArchDaily's 2018 Refurbishment in Architecture Awards.

1st Place - Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa / Heatherwick Studio

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Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa / Heatherwick Studio. Image © Iwan Baan Zeitz Museum of Contemporary
Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa / Heatherwick Studio. Image © Iwan Baan
Colonial House Recovery on 64th Street. Image © Pim Schalkwijk
Colonial House Recovery on 64th Street. Image © Pim Schalkwijk
Colonial House Recovery on 64th Street. Image © Pim Schalkwijk
Memphis Teacher Residency / archimania. Image © Hank Mardukas
Memphis Teacher Residency / archimania. Image © Hank Mardukas
Memphis Teacher Residency / archimania. Image © Hank Mardukas
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