This online game gives you the chance to deface Corbu’s iconic Villa Savoye

Architecture, International, Media
Friday, February 12, 2016
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Yes, that's a waffle (Courtesy theotrian)

Yes, that’s a waffle (Courtesy theotrian)

Modernism made you mad? One remedy might be smashing your Lego model of Villa Savoye into tiny pieces. If you don’t have such a model handy, there’s now a virtual solution to defacing Corbu with an online game called Le Petit Architecte.

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In gentrifying Brooklyn, illicit luxury housing is sprouting from community gardens

Larceny and deed fraud are on the rise, and those with a mind for leaving confusing trails of paperwork are profiting from illegitimate purchases of land. A classic case of this can be found on Maple Street in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn.

But the garden quickly began showing weeds…

From Placemaking to Social Media: Takeaways from AIA San Francisco’s NEXT Conference

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The NEXT Conference, sponsored by the AIA San Francisco, just concluded its first year, and The Architect’s Newspaper was there moderating two panels. Day one convened in a historic bayside dock transformed into a children’s Exploratorium. We moderated a session on the urban planning concept of “Placemaking” that featured David Burney, Jennifer Wolch, and two “makers,” Anisha Gade and Sue Mark of the firm Marksearch.

More after the jump.

Cone PWN: Video captures Brits dressed as traffic cones blocking streets in southwest London

(Courtesy Chris Anson via the Evening Standard)

Cause of commotion. (Courtesy Chris Anson via the Evening Standard)

In the southwest London borough of Kingston upon Thames, police officers were left giggling at the sight of walking traffic cones early last Sunday morning. The police file even read: “Males dressed as traffic cones, blocking the street like traffic cones.” However, the Evening Standard has revealed that the act isn’t just a drunken parade, rather a protest against Über car service.

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Storefront’s Critical Halloween to explore the idea of “DEMO” at a historic Lower Manhattan firehouse

Architecture, Art, Awards, Design, East, Media
Monday, October 26, 2015
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(Courtesy Storefront)

(Courtesy Storefront)

This October, the Storefront for Art and Architecture will host its annual Critical Halloween party in tandem with its ever-fascinating costume competition. The event will be held at the historic DCTV firehouse and engine bay in Lower Manhattan and will have a “DEMO” theme, with a prize for the best costume.

More info after the jump.

Here’s your chance to be an architectural television personality

Architecture, Media, National
Thursday, October 8, 2015
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Are there any architects out there who long to be media personalities? Here is your chance and all you need to do is respond to a casting call for young designers who may be interested in applying to be co-hosts. The subject will be “mobile architecture” and you can reach out to them  at cfcasting75@gmail.com to learn more!

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On View> Architecture & Design Films showcased in San Francisco Festival

Architecture, Design, Media, On View, West
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
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THE NEW RIJKSMUSEUM BY OEKE HOOGENDIJK (Courtesy First Run Features)

THE NEW RIJKSMUSEUM BY OEKE HOOGENDIJK. (Courtesy First Run Features)

All month the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) will present its Architecture & Design Films Showcase 2015 in downtown San Francisco, hailed as the West Coast’s largest showcase of architecture and design films.

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Are glass skyscrapers still the way forward?

The Shard, by Renzo Piano, seen in the reflection of another glass skyscraper. ( Courtesy Tez Goodyer / Flickr )

The Shard, by Renzo Piano, seen in the reflection of another glass skyscraper. (Courtesy Tez Goodyer / Flickr)

In the wake of a slew of criticisms on numerous glass skyscrapers’ over-reflective properties, some architects and critics are asking if it’s time to reassess our view on using glass facades in the future.

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Koolhaas’ Garage opens in Moscow with a social media narrative

Architecture, International, Media, News
Thursday, June 18, 2015
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Garage Museum of Contemporary Art press opening with architect Rem Koolhaas, museum founder Dasha Zhukova, museum director Anton Belov and Garage chief curator Kate Fowle. (Instagram: @garagemca)

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art press opening with architect Rem Koolhaas, museum founder Dasha Zhukova, museum director Anton Belov and Garage chief curator Kate Fowle. (Instagram: @garagemca)

Last week another point was scored for social media as the de rigueur disseminator of architecture with the opening of Rem Koolhaas’ Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow’s Gorky Park.

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