Oyler Wu goes big in Taipei with a pixel- and line-based apartment facade

On the inside, Los Angeles–based Oyler Wu Collaborative’s 30-unit Monarch tower in Taipei, Taiwan, is pretty much a typical speculative multifamily project developed according to local building customs. Because of building codes, structural columns—typically measuring upward of three feet in...

YKK’s LEED Platinum Tokyo Headquarters

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A quick and user-friendly glazing comfort tool

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WIDC: Isn’t it good, Canadian wood?

Brought to you with support from   Timber was the obvious choice for the Wood Innovation and Design Centre (WIDC). This sturdy carbon-storing material is increasingly an alternative to concrete or steel in mid-rises and “plyscrapers.” For a province-owned building in Prince George, British...

First look at Michael Maltzan’s Moody Center for the Arts in Houston

The Moody Center for the Arts, designed by Los Angeles–based Michael Maltzan Architecture (MMA), is a 50,000-square-foot, $30 million center located on the campus of Rice University. It serves the campus and general public as an experimental platform for making and showcasing works across...

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