Tag archives for architecture
Cape Town is unapologetic and unique in how it taunts the senses, daring you to not burn your passport and stay forever, starting with amazing architecture.
Foster + Partner’s Aleph, the firm’s first project in Argentina and all of South America, is a fine modern take on traditional Latin American architecture.
The best part of the Taj Mahal in my view are the minute detailed architecture features that adorn the museum and surrounding grounds.
Now over 125 years old, the former Victoria Terminus, still known locally as VT, is an impressive maze of infrastructure, noise and people
Msheireb in downtown Doha is bringing together the best talent within Qatar and beyond to build the most sustainable structures possible in the Middle East.
Sao Paulo’s incredible yet oft-drab skyline is about to benefit from a massive boost of color that is a tribute to Oscar Niemeyer.
Last week Brazilian architects protested Brasília’s engagement with Singapore’s Jurong Consultants to devise a new urban master plan for Brazil’s capital.
The urban hipsters are moving in but Carroll Gardens still is full of memories of New York at a different time before the borough became an extension of Manhattan.
This has been an emotional week for Brazil as its people, including Daniela Mercury said good-bye to one of its most incredible citizens: Oscar Niemeyer.
A giant of modernist architecture, Oscar Niemeyer passed away last night in a Rio de Janeiro hospital just 10 days shy of his 105th birthday.
The Palacio Legislativo stands tall about three kilometers from Montevideo's city center, and stands tall as an example of how Uruguay offered hope to new citizens from faraway lands.
Oscar Niemeyer is reported to be in serious condition at a Rio de Janeiro hospital, suffering from dehydration.