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German architect Mies van der Rohe was one of the crusaders of Modernist architecture. His architectural style is referred to as minimalism and is regarded as one of the most sought-after genres of design even today. He gave us the famous concept of “less is more”, which has led to the most thought-provoking designs until date. The


The international friendly was played in front of a sold-out crowd of fans who were able to experience the MLS stadium, designed by HOK and Snow Kreilich Architects, for the first time. St. Louis CITY SC celebrated the soft opening of its new CITYPARK stadium on Nov. 16 with a match between CITY2, the club’s

ArchitectureAU – Newshttps://architectureau.com/news/rss.xmlThe latest industry and product news from the worlds of architecture, design, interiors and landscape, from magazine publisher Architecture Media.en-AU2022 Architecture Media Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.Thu, 15 Dec 2022 01:39:49 +0000Extension to Central Sydney tower approvedhttps://architectureau.com/articles/extension-to-central-sydney-tower-approved/The City of Sydney has approved a development application for a podium extension of an existing office

In Summer 2020, reflecting on the nationwide movement for racial justice brought into sharp clarity by the deaths of countless Black Americans at the hands of police, SCAPE formed a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee (DEIC) to expand pathways for diversity within the field of landscape architecture—as well as through our own office, practice, and

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Some people may feel uncomfortable with the practice of garden fertilization. The idea of applying fertilizer as part of a lawn and garden maintenance program causes concern about potential negative effects over time. This is a valid concern but not so much a cause for worry. It’s true that using the wrong type of fertilizer

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The LIS wishes to congratulate the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA) and the students for their efforts and research in what has been a challenging academic year.  The projects showcase a good understanding of the critical issues around the discipline, and positively deal with an overwhelming amount of complexities. The winners for

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