The Waterfront Pavilion, Australia

Anchored to the South wharf of Sydney’s Darling Harbour, The Action Stations at Waterside Pavilion, Australian National Museum was built to mark the centenary of World War I and commemorate 100 years of service by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The purpose of this museum pavilion building is to create […]

Floating Structure, United Kingdom

The proposed modular structure located on the River Thames could provide a flexible and secure home that will help to save the British taxpayer more than £1.8bn, based on the House Committee’s own estimates, and allows the urgent repair works to proceed. Gensler’s design accommodates all the principle components of […]

Los Angeles Bus Depot

Designing a functional, vibrant, and sustainable bus depot is tough enough. Giving the Building Team a fraction of the preferable space is another obstacle. Most metro bus depots are spread out across one level, but due to site constraints, the Building Team for the MTA Division 13 Bus Operations and […]

Drawing Studio, United Kingdom

Sir Peter Cook’s office CRAB (the Cook-Robotham Architecture Bureau) have then developed an instrument that is to be used by the students of all of its 17 departments. These range from painting, sculpture and Illustration, through to architecture, costume, drama, and model-making with the result becoming the first such dedicated […]


Estonian practice Arhitektuuribüroo PLUSS has been selected as the winner of a competition to design a new train station for Pärnu. Organized by the Union of Estonian Architects (UEA), the competition was inspired by the Rail Baltic project, a joint effort by the governments of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to connect the three Baltic countries […]

Folded Steel Staircase Inside London Home

A folded steel staircase runs alongside an exposed brick wall to connect the two levels of this east London flat by architecture studio Bell Phillips. Located in Hackney, the home is one of several created through the conversion of a Victorian school building characterised by walls of yellow-hued London stock […]

Secret Operation 610, Netherlands

Whether it’s a bisected war bunker, an office space that forbids sitting down or a hulking yet, ultimately purposeless machine of war, the chances are that if you’ve seen a project by RAAAF, it provoked some questions. But, while their work may appear merely idiosyncratic, it is informed by a […]