architecture

The Design Museum in London has launched an exhibition examining the role of monuments and memorials in the 21st century, and it features seven projects by the British-Ghanaian architect David Adjaye, including a glimpse of some that have yet to be built. The exhibition called Making Memory sets out to show that contemporary monuments are no
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For travellers who love architecture and have an interest in old, weary buildings, Malaysia offers many colonial structures that are a reflection of its rich historical past. The country was colonised by the Portuguese (1511), Dutch (1641) and British (1867), and was occupied by the Japanese during WWII. After gaining its independence in 1957, Malaysia
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Barcelona-based architect Carme Pinos of Estudio Carme Pinos is behind the design for the 2018 MPavilion in Melbourne, which is envisioned as a “sensorial summer experience” within Queen Victoria Gardens. The MPavilion is a temporary structure that, taking its inspiration from London’s Serpentine Gallery, opens to the public each year in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens.
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The Art Deco buildings in Mumbai – believed to be the world’s second largest collection after Miami, United States – were added to Unesco’s (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) World Heritage List alongside the city’s better-known Victorian Gothic architecture late June. The decision was approved at a Unesco meeting in the Bahraini capital
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“You won’t find any modernist box developments in this neighbourhood,” says Cassandra Corum as she offers a tour of her Koreatown home in Los Angeles. Indeed, the two-storey Craftsman-style home that Corum shares with Shannon Reese looks out over a tree-lined street in a historic preservation district populated with stately homes. Located between downtown LA
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