National Shooting Centre
by BCMF Arquitetos

National Shooting Centre by BCMF Arquitetos

Shooting events during the 2016 Olympic Games will take place at this timber and concrete complex in north-west Rio by Brazilian studio BCMF Arquitetos (+ slideshow). More »

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Plans approved for Rogers Stirk Harbour
+ Partners gallery arcade in Mayfair

Plans approved for Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners gallery arcade in Mayfair

News: a residential development designed by Richard Rogers to adjoin two streets in London's Mayfair via a paved arcade has been granted approval. More »

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Open House by
Matthew Mazzotta

Open House by Matthew Mazzotta

This house in Alabama folds open to provide seating for an open-air performance space (+ movie). More »

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Stack printer by
Mugi Yamamoto

Stack printer by Mugi Yamamoto

Graduate designer Mugi Yamamoto has designed an inkjet printer that sits on top of a stack of paper and eats its way down through the pile (+ slideshow). More »

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Foster abandons Moscow
museum project

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News: Foster + Partners has announced its resignation from a major expansion and modernisation of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow, following a row about the firm's involvement in the project. More »

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Step Tower by
EASTERN Design Office

Step Tower by EASTERN Design Office

This apartment block in Osaka Prefecture by Japanese studio EASTERN Design Office features recessed corner balconies that become incrementally wider towards the roof. More »

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Bullet Collection by
Studio Itai Bar-On

Bullet Collection by Studio Itai Bar-On

Israeli designers Studio Itai Bar-On formed this collection of conical lights from pigmented concrete. More »

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House in Yamakawa
by Horibe Associates

House in Yamakawa by Horibe Associates

This kinked house in Japan by architects Horibe Associates has all its storage space along one edge to buffer sounds from a noisy road (+ slideshow). More »

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O Apartment by
Paritzki & Liani Architects

O Apartment by Paritzki & Liani Architects

Perforated metal screens conceal rooms and storage space in this Tel Aviv apartment by Israeli studio Paritzki & Liani Architects (+ slideshow). More »

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Mineirão Stadium renovation
by BCMF Arquitetos

Mineirão Stadium renovation by BCMF Arquitetos

Here are some photographs of the renovated 1960s Mineirão Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, set to host matches during the 2014 FIFA World Cup (+ slideshow). More »

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Unbalanced Hotel
by OOIIO Architecture

Unbalanced Hotel by OOIIO Architecture

Madrid firm OOIIO has designed a lopsided photo frame-shaped hotel that appears to have crashed into a cliff face near Lima in Peru. More »

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Summerhouse Lagnö by
Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

Summerhouse Lagnö by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

A row of raw concrete gables give a zig-zagging profile to this summer house by Swedish studio Tham & Videgård Arkitekter on an island in the Stockholm archipelago (+ slideshow). More »

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Bear Garage
by Onion

Bear Garage by Onion

The owners of a house designed to showcase their collection of toy bears have brought Thai design studio Onion back to extend the display cases into the garage (+ slideshow). More »

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KAPKAR / BB-N34
by Frank Havermans

KAPKAR / BB-N34 by Frank Havermans

This bright red tower resembling the head and neck of a monster was constructed by Dutch designer Frank Havermans as the beacon for a fire station in a small Dutch town. More »

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