25th Annual Festival of Speed at Goodwood House in West Sussex

The Festival of Speed is a major event in the world motorsport calendar, featuring the latest racers, championship drivers and incredible displays of classic cars. Continue reading 25th Annual Festival of Speed at Goodwood House in West Sussex

JP Branch Library Wins Boston Preservation Alliance Achievement Award

Adding something new to something old to the Jamaica Plain Branch Library has been a wild success, aside from the Copley Square main branch, it is most used library in Boston. And recently the Boston Preservation Alliance honored the South Street branch for its renovations. Continue reading JP Branch Library Wins Boston Preservation Alliance Achievement Award

MoMA Opened Exhibition About the Architecture of Former Yugoslavia

The curators of MoMA’s recently opened exhibition about the architecture of former Yugoslavia have chosen their favorite pieces from the show, including Kenzo Tange’s masterplan for Skopje and a giant war monument in Croatia. Continue reading MoMA Opened Exhibition About the Architecture of Former Yugoslavia

Take An Extensive Look At Vatican Chapels At Venice Architecture Biennale

World Architecture Community has examined the 10 Vatican Chapels exhibited on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore in detail for those who have not yet seen it at 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.  Continue reading Take An Extensive Look At Vatican Chapels At Venice Architecture Biennale

Roof of this Historical Cottage in Denmark is Made of Over 32 Tons of Seaweed

The newly restored Andrines House stands as one of the original seaweed houses on Læsø, an island off the coast of Denmark. The house is believed to have been built around 1790, though the exact year is not known. It had been protected in 1989 and has now been renovated with great respect for its original details. Continue reading Roof of this Historical Cottage in Denmark is Made of Over 32 Tons of Seaweed

A New Book Celebrating The Absurd Beauty Of Italy’s Unfinished Building Projects

It was on a trip through Sicily, late in the summer of 2006, that the Palermo-based artist Andrea Masu first took note of the unfinished structures. Continue reading A New Book Celebrating The Absurd Beauty Of Italy’s Unfinished Building Projects

Estudio Macías Peredo Stylizes Mayan Architecture For Punta Caliza Boutique Hotel

Guadalajara-based architecture firm Estudio Macías Peredo has created an intimate sanctuary on the remote island of Holbox, Mexico, based on the region’s ancient buildings. Continue reading Estudio Macías Peredo Stylizes Mayan Architecture For Punta Caliza Boutique Hotel