Joshua Nelson

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The winner of the 'Nobel Prize of Architecture' was just named — here are his stunning buildings

On Wednesday, Indian architect and urban planner Balkrishna Doshi was named the winner of the 2018 Pritzker Prize— the biggest award in architecture.<p>The first Indian recipient of the award, Doshi is known for his low-cost housing projects, public complexes, and educational and cultural facilities …

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Qiyunshan Tree House Hotel

Located at the end of a windy drive in China's Anhui Province, the Qiyunshan Tree House Hotel uses a series of stacked boxes to offer 360-degree …

How Might We Reimagine High School?

<b>America’s high school model</b> is long past its sell-by date. It was designed over 100 years ago to create and manage a skilled workforce for the …

The Playing Circle Unveil Their Latest Loft Project

The Playing Circle is a design studio that knows exactly how to build a stylish home that’s made for living rather than clinical photoshoots. After …

Epic Man Loft By The Playing Circle

Primer 2017: A Speculative Futures Conference

Drawing a crowd of designers, educators, futurists, and social innovators, Primer2017—the first dedicated speculative futures conference—opened in …

PepsiCo's First Chief Design Officer: People Don't Just Buy Products Anymore

PepsiCo (pep) no longer just competes with other food and beverage brands.<p>“In a world where relevance changes almost day by day,” gone are the days …

The magic of the Internet

I Have One Word For You: 'Holograms'

In another in a series of articles, Noah Nelson reports from the annual Online News Association’s meeting and ponders the future of virtual reality …

Rotterdam Festival Explores Another Level Of Urban Space

In the past number of years, rooftops have increasingly become popular venues for a wide variety of events in cities around the world. This trend has …

Dark Drama: The New Hues of 2015 --> http://on.apttherapy.com/xO9Y7l Tired of all-white interiors? It's looking to be your year.

Concrete house by Olson Kundig Architects cuts into a rocky outcrop

Seattle firm Olson Kundig Architects used dynamite, chippers and saws to bore through the huge boulders of a rocky outcrop on a North American island …

Hyper-Detailed Illustrations Imagine the Cities of the Future

Austrian design duo Atelier Olschinsky unleashes their newest series of digitally manipulated imaginations of urban chaos.<p>Urban grids unravel into stark geometric cityscapes in creative studio Atelier Olschinsky’s latest series of illustrated abstractions, <i>GROUND ZERO</i>. Similar to the studio’s …

10 Toronto graffiti writers worth knowing about

Despite a promised crackdown on vandalism under Mayor Rob Ford, Toronto's graffiti scene is thriving. As more and more people take an interest in the …

These Award-Winning Libraries Show How the Community Hubs Will Survive in the Digital Age

Libraries have long been community gathering spaces where all members of society can gather around the pursuit of knowledge or the entertainment of a …

Hole in the Ground: 5 Ideas to Fill Downtown Chicago Spire Void

[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ]Designed by a world-famous architect, the Chicago Spire was set to be the second-tallest …

Recoding Places: A Social Entrepreneur's Concept for Regenerating Cities

As he peered through the tiny box in the center of my computer screen smiling boyishly, wondering if I could see him on my end of the Skype video …

Canada needs parks not parking lots: Danish tourists ‘horrified’ by car culture they say is making Canadians fat

<b>Canada needs parks not parking lots: Danish tourists ‘horrified’ by car culture they say is making Canadians fat</b><p>Postmedia News<p>A pair of “horrified” …

Five Artists Predict What's Next for 2015

Here's five digital art trends that you might be seeing a lot of this year.<p>Digital art is in a constant state of flux. With the year underway, we tapped leading digital artists for their predictions on what trends will gain traction—and which projects they’ll be unveiling—in 2015.<p>Says London-based …

7 Cities That Are Starting To Go Car-Free

By Adele Peters5 minute Read<p>After over a hundred years of living with cars, some cities are slowly starting to realize that the automobile doesn’t …

10 Of The Most Fabulous Housing Designs Of 2014

From a house dangling off a cliff to an apartment designed to make friends, here are the most ingenious residential designs of the year.<p>Not everyone can live in a one-of-a-kind, architect-designed home, but there is no shortage of spectacular designs that make us wish we did, whether it’s a …

London designers create tiny dream rooms for Museum of Childhood exhibition

Nineteen London-based designers including Dominic Wilcox and Paul Priestman have created miniature fantasy rooms for an exhibition of Dolls' Houses …

Xintiandi Penthouse by Joyce Wang is "a celebration of metal"

<b>Inside Festival 2014:</b> Hong Kong architect Joyce Wang explains how she incorporated her client's "love for metals" into the interior of a luxury …

Braunschweig Hortitecture Symposium to Explore Synergies of Architecture and Plant Material

Starting December 10, the Hortitecture 01 Symposium will kickstart a (free) public lecture series in Braunschweig, Germany, centered around …

Data-Driven Architecture

Learning how we really use our homes so we can use them better<p>A few years ago, a group of UCLA anthropologists and archeologists conducted one of the …