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Art and architecture fans rejoice! Rem Koolhaas will be designing Marina Abramovic's Center for the Preservation of Performance Art in Hudson, NY. Now they just need $8 million.
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The Ad Agency Bloodline - a look at the mergers, acquisitions, and launches of some of the largest agencies in the world, from the early 1800s to today.

futurepredictor:

Must merge with Architecture Blood Line

jaymug:

The Ad Agency Bloodline - a look at the mergers, acquisitions, and launches of some of the largest agencies in the world, from the early 1800s to today.

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A pop-up shop for Lady Gaga’s fashion director Nicola Formichetti, designed by Gage/Clemenceau Architects.
The “luxury” prison where mass-murderer Anders Breivik may end up, Halden Fengsel, is an award-winning project by Erik Moller Architects. Some news outlets are outraged at the “humane” treatment of the Fengsel’s inmates - but Norway approaches prison as a chance at rehabilitation, not punishment. An interesting problem for architects, no?

The “luxury” prison where mass-murderer Anders Breivik may end up, Halden Fengsel, is an award-winning project by Erik Moller Architects. Some news outlets are outraged at the “humane” treatment of the Fengsel’s inmates - but Norway approaches prison as a chance at rehabilitation, not punishment. An interesting problem for architects, no?

It only took 20 years or so, but the exterior of the massive North Korean Ryugyong Hotel has been completed! Click for more.

It only took 20 years or so, but the exterior of the massive North Korean Ryugyong Hotel has been completed! Click for more.

New  images of Storefront for Art & Architecture, in Manhattan, show the  incredible neon paintjob the space got as part of “Painting Urbanism.” Via.

New images of Storefront for Art & Architecture, in Manhattan, show the incredible neon paintjob the space got as part of “Painting Urbanism.” Via.

London’s Serpentine Gallery opens its doors on July 1 with its 11th summer architecture commission. Legendary (and mysterious!) Swiss architect Peter Zumthor unveiled his Pavilion this morning, and we’ve got more of the very first images here.

London’s Serpentine Gallery opens its doors on July 1 with its 11th summer architecture commission. Legendary (and mysterious!) Swiss architect Peter Zumthor unveiled his Pavilion this morning, and we’ve got more of the very first images here.

Steve Jobs presented plans for a shiny new Apple headquarters to the Cupertino City Council this morning. 
The rumor mill strongly suggests a Foster & Partners design…

Steve Jobs presented plans for a shiny new Apple headquarters to the Cupertino City Council this morning. 

The rumor mill strongly suggests a Foster & Partners design…

Steve Jobs teased: “Architecture students will come here to see this,” but didn’t name names. We want to know who designed the doughnut spaceship.

Steve Jobs teased: “Architecture students will come here to see this,” but didn’t name names. We want to know who designed the doughnut spaceship.

America’s contribution to this year’s Venice Biennale includes Olympic athletes jogging atop tanks, organs that play when visitors withdraw cash from an ATM machine, and more.

America’s contribution to this year’s Venice Biennale includes Olympic athletes jogging atop tanks, organs that play when visitors withdraw cash from an ATM machine, and more.

We’re on the record as fans of Olafur Eliasson’s color field experiments in three-dimensional space; fromfoggy rooms to a glowing, frozen garage, the Danish-born Icelander creates life-size prisms of color that refract the viewer experience.
His latest is “Your Rainbow Panorama”… which sounds exactly like what it is: a transparent circular walkway framed in gradient colors that change as viewers walk around the platform overlooking the city. 

We’re on the record as fans of Olafur Eliasson’s color field experiments in three-dimensional space; fromfoggy rooms to a glowing, frozen garage, the Danish-born Icelander creates life-size prisms of color that refract the viewer experience.

His latest is “Your Rainbow Panorama”… which sounds exactly like what it is: a transparent circular walkway framed in gradient colors that change as viewers walk around the platform overlooking the city.