Today’s archidose #1012

Here are some more photos from my recent summer road trip: the new Museum at Gateway Arch (2018) in St. Louis, Missouri, by James Carpenter Design Associates and Cooper Robertson with Trivers Associates; landscaping by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.

Gateway Arch Visitor Center
Gateway Arch Visitor Center
Gateway Arch Visitor Center
Gateway Arch Visitor Center
Gateway Arch Visitor Center
Gateway Arch Visitor Center
Gateway Arch Visitor Center
Gateway Arch Visitor Center

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Today’s archidose #1009

Here are some of my photos of Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning and Design (2017) in Manhattan, Kansas, by Ennead Architects. I stopped by my alma mater during a recent road trip through the Great Plains and will be posting more photos from the trip in the coming days.

KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD
KSU CAPD

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Today’s archidose #1008

Here's a photo of the Amager Resource Center (2017) in Copenhagen, Denmark, by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group. The photo, by Jeff Reuben, is looking toward the waste-to-energy plant from Christiania. Although the plant is obviously functioning, the ski slope – Copenhill – that sits atop it won't be complete until later this year.

Amager Landscape

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Today’s archidose #1005

Here is a photo of Frank Gehry's LUMA Arles under construction in Arles, France. (Photo: Jacqueline Poggi)



See also Today's archidose #915 from August 2016.

An aerial rendering (screenshots via luma-arles.org) of what the completed project, which also consists of five industrial buildings being restored by Selldorf Architects, will look like:


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Today’s archidose #1002: ‘100 Years, 100 Landscape Designs’

Although it's been more than a few months since my last book, 100 Years, 100 Landscape Designs, came out last fall, I'd yet to put together a "Today's archidose" on the book as I did with 100 Years, 100 Buildings in a more timely manner the year before. Like its predecessor, the book highlights 100 projects, in this case parks, gardens, and other landscape designs built over the last 100 years, with the gimmick that there is only one building per year based on completion or some other important milestone (a trickier thing to nail down with landscapes than buildings). Here are photos of 25 landscapes culled from the archidose Flickr pool (and some of my own that I just uploaded to Flickr) to give a taste of what's in the book. For more information on 100 Years, 100 Landscape Designs, which is published by Prestel, check out
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Naumkeag
Sunnyside Gardens
Innisfree
Gustav-Ammann-Park
Lunuganga 37
Untitled
Brooklyn Heights Promenade
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
Storm King Art Center
The Sea Ranch
Untitled
St. Louis Arch
Olympic Park Munich
Memorial Horizon
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14 - IGUALADA - Cementerio [arqs. MIRALLES - PINÓS]
Jardim Botânico de Barcelona, Espanha
José Antonio Martínez Lapeña & Elías Torres Tur. Escalators of la Granja. Toledo #20
MFO Park
Moses Bridge, Fort de Roovere, Halsteren, The Netherlands
West 8, MRIO Arquitectos. Bridges Cascara Madrid RIO #1
Gardens by the Bay
High Line Section 2
grande cretto di Burri
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Today’s archidose #997

Yesterday, Balkrishna Doshi was named the 2018 laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize. So today I'm posting photos of a few of his projects, all located in Ahmedabad, India, and all photographed by Nicholas Iyadurai.

Amdavad Ni Gufa:
Husain Doshi Gufa-001
Husain Doshi Gufa
Husain Doshi Gufa-007
Husain Doshi Gufa-006

Institute of Indology:
Indology-Ahmedabad-Doshi
Indology Institute-006
Indology Institute-007
Indology-Ahmedabad-Doshi-007

Sangath - The Architect's Office:
Sangath - open air theater - BV Doshi
Sangath - Exterior water fall - BV Doshi
Sangath - water fall - BV Doshi
Studio Sangath-Ahmedabad-Doshi-014

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