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One Year In: US Bank Stadium

Its been one year since the US Bank Stadium opened its doors.  Architect: HKS Architects Our mission was to create a stadium that celebrates the


Behind the scenes at design-led glassware company Nude

American playwright Tennessee Williams once reflected that, “When you look at a piece of delicately spun glass you think of two things: how beautiful it


A new office in Cape Town offers panoramic views of Table Mountain

Architecture, interiors and urban design firm dhk has completed its Sable Park office development in Century City, one of Cape Town’s northern suburbs. The site


Video: Inside Resident’s glass blowing plant

Resident’s Nat Cheshire explains the complex design and manufacturing process behind its Parison Pendant, carried out at the New Zealand company’s West Auckland glass blowing


Foundation Louis Vuitton by Frank Gehry

Frank Gehry’s contemporary art foundation for Parisian fashion house Louis Vuitton set for autumn opening. Foundation Louis Vuitton designed by Frank Gehry is set to

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Dan Hanganu transforms 1960s church into library

Designed by architect Jean-Marie Roy in 1964, this church in Sainte-Foy, a suburb of Quebec City, had become vacant in recent years, so the city

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Hasselt Court of Justice by J Mayer H

Inspired by the shape of a hazelnut tree, and imbued with a little 1970s swagger, Hasselt’s Court of Justice cuts a distinctive dash The distinctive


NBBJ adds glass bio-domes to Amazon HQ proposal

NBBJ has submitted revised plans for Amazon’s downtown Seattle headquarters that include three glass and steel bio-domes.  The interconnecting spherical structures will house up to

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GlaxoSmithKline in Philadelphia’s old navy yards

As reputations go, Philadelphia is known as something of an outsider. The city was a byword for the ghetto in the title song from the

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The Crystal by Wilkinson Eyre

The proportion of the world that dwells in cities is set to rise from one half to two-thirds by 2050, and The Crystal, designed by



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