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Mass bird deaths in New York City caused by skyscraper collisions

September 17, 2021 Lizzie Crook 0
New York City skyline at dusk

Hundreds of migrating birds have died this week in New York City after crashing into glass skyscrapers, according to local organisation NYC Audubon. On Tuesday morning, 14 September, a volunteer at the NYC Audubon found over 200 dead birds dotted on pavements around the 3 World Trade Center and 4 World Trade Center skyscrapers alone.

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Nebbia Works constructs mono-material pavilion for V&A from low-carbon aluminium

September 17, 2021 Jennifer Hahn 0
Between Forests and Skies pavilion by Nebbia Works at V&A for LDF

Nebbia Works has created a self-supporting pavilion from simple aluminium sheets at the V&A museum as part of the London Design Festival to highlight the material’s sustainable potential. Set within the museum’s John Madejski Garden, the installation consists of 27 metal sheets of identical dimensions, each propped up by a single leg carved and bent from its surface.

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Cardiff University spotlights 12 student architectural projects

September 17, 2021 Dezeen staff 0
Architectural illustration by student from Cardiff University

A circular economy developed within a seaside town and a project that explores conserving the beauty of “eroded architecture” are included in Dezeen’s latest school show by students at Cardiff University. Also included is a community for musicians and a dockyard transformed into a “cultural campus” for manufacturing and craft. Cardiff University Institution: Cardiff University

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Two Exquisite Art Deco Inspired Interiors

September 17, 2021 HD Staff 0

Elegant and exquisite, the art deco style is alive and thriving inside of these two luxury home interiors. Popular design motifs of the 1920s and ’30s come together with more modern elements to create living spaces, bedrooms and bathrooms that thrum with prosperous energy and glamour. Sleek geometric and stylized forms lay bold lines alongside […]

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YPY 1731 Housing / Arqtipo + Paola Castelnuovo

September 17, 2021 Agustina Coulleri 0

The YPY 1731 building houses a collective housing complex of eleven units located in the San Martin district. The work is located in a typical block of purely residential use in the Province of Buenos Aires. The building takes the neighborhood scale in its front and quiet part, generating a large west-facing patio, solving various common brick planes from screens, to generate gradients that respond to the different uses, private, semi-public and public of the program.

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Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s wrapped Arc de Triomphe nears completion in Paris

September 17, 2021 Lizzie Crook 0
L'Arc de Triomphe Wrapped by Christo and Jeanne-Claude

The first photos of l’Arc de Triomphe Wrapped installation by late artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude have been revealed ahead of its official opening in Paris. The 49.5-metre-tall Arc de Triomphe monument has been covered by 25,000 square metres of silvery fabric, secured by 3,000 metres of contrasting red rope. It fulfils the “life-long dream” of

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