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Infrastructure Needs A Big Push

As a nation, where do we stand in terms of executing geometrically complex steel structures? How do we improvise in this aspect? In India, the structures we build today are generally simple executable buildings, with very few of them sprinkled over the entire nation which are complex in geometry and […]

The Calyx, Sydney

Calyx: “The sepals of a flower, typically forming a whorl that encloses the petals and forms a protective layer around a flower in bud.” Approaching the Calyx, the newest addition to the Royal Botanic Garden. A long path rises slowly off axis and passes a lawn cut from the dominating […]

Cittadella Bridge, Italy

During the flooding of Alessandria in 1994, not only did the water level reach the roadway, but also the piers of the Napoleonic Cittadella Bridge caught much of the debris in the river, effectively acting as a dam. The new design, a single span raised above the flood plain, not […]

The Verandah Walk, Australia

In the heart of James Cook University in Townsville, lies the new Verandah Walk – a pedestrian and cyclist link that weaves through the regional campus. Wilson Architects has completed stage one of the project, the Verandah Walk South Node, which connects Education Central and the Eddie Koiki Mabo Library […]

Joshua Tree Residence

London-based designer James Whitaker has released plans for a new house, due to be built in 2018, that’s made out of old shipping containers. It is not just about one sole shipping container creating a cosy microhome. It’s a house that looks a bit like a spacecraft crashed in the […]