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Zaha Hadid has won the Stirling Prize before, can she do it again with the stunning London...

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has narrowed its initial list of 44 British Buildings to just six. The Stirling Prize Shortlist is dominated by Renzo Piano's Shard and Zaha Hadid's London Aquatics Center, but there are other strong contenders, too.  Read More

The sculptural concrete wrap (Image: Hertha Hurnaus)

Vienna is by no means the most crowded metropolis in the world, or even in Europe. Even so, Caramel Architects has designed a house on the outskirts of the city that provides a model for getting more people into a smaller area without giving up amenities like natural light and private garden space.  Read More

one with the birds, by Beijing-based architecture and design collective Penda (Image: Pend...

Bamboo is a very versatile material and holds a lot of promise in architecture, as seen by projects like the Blooming Bamboo storm-proof home and the affordable Bamboo Micro House. Another example of this comes via Beijing-based architecture and design collective Penda, and its treehouse eco-hotel concept, dubbed one with the birds.  Read More

Aprilli Design Studio has created a concept for an Urban Skyfarm

Two problems caused by increasing overpopulation in cities are how to use space productively and how to feed everyone. A new concept design suggests a means of addressing both these issues. Aprilli Design Studio's Urban Skyfarm is a tree-like skyscraper that provides space for crop farming.  Read More

The Rhome for denCity project by Team Rhome won the competition with a prototype apartment...

The results are finally in for this year's European Solar Decathlon competition. The Rhome for denCity project, by Italy's Team Rhome, has been declared the overall competition winner, while second and third places go to Philéas by France's Atlantic Challenge, and Prêt-à-Loger by Dutch team TU Delft, respectively. Gizmag was in Paris over the weekend to take a closer look at the prototype sustainable houses.  Read More

The Mall of the World, by property development group Dubai Holding (Image: Dubai Holding)

Already home to the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai may soon boast bragging rights for the world's largest mall, too. Described as a climate-controlled city by developers Dubai Holding, the Mall of the World project was officially launched a few days ago by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates.  Read More

Sharifi-ha House, by Iranian architecture firm Nextoffice (Photo: Nextoffice)

Based in Tehran, the Sharifi-ha House by Iranian architectural firm Nextoffice is a luxurious home by anyone's standard. The seven-floor residence boasts an elevator, swimming pool, and a sizable gym. More interestingly, it also features three rooms which resemble large wooden boxes and sit upon operable rotating platforms.  Read More

Dunn and Hillam architects has won been honored by the AIA for its Desert House project

A house built in the demanding environment of Alice Springs, Australia, has been honored by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA). Dunn and Hillam's Desert House was designed to withstand the extreme desert conditions while remaining energy efficient. The AIA cited the project's "genuine sensibility to environmental management in this specific climate."  Read More

Swedish architect Karin Matz, transforms an abandoned 36sqm room into a multi-purpose tiny...

When Swedish architect Karin Matz discovered a small space in Stockholm, which for over 30 years had been used for furniture storage, she was instantly inspired to transform it into a multi-purpose tiny home. The 36 sq m (387 sq ft) space had not been touched since the 1980s when its owner started initial renovations before falling ill. Three decades later, Matz has breathed new life into the apartment, successfully converting it into a light-filled compact home and finally finishing what the previous owner had started.  Read More

A project in Liverpool, UK, is aiming to turn a flyover that is due to be demolished into ...

Many projects in cities across the world have reclaimed disused areas to transform them into community spaces. New York's High Line and Sydney's Goods Line are two such examples. Now, a project in Liverpool, UK, hopes to transform a flyover into a urban park and alternative events space.  Read More

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