Facades+ wraps up its 2022 schedule in Seattle on December 2

Facades+ returns to the Pacific Northwest for its last conference of 2022. Co-chaired by NBBJ, Facades+ Seattle’s full-day program will cover the full gamut of facades, from the newest building codes, to material innovations, daylighting research, and thermal comfort. As Facades+ wraps up a fall schedule with high attendance and an outstanding range of projects,

Henning Larsen realizes a new face for Uppsala, Sweden’s town hall

Brought to you by: In Uppsala, a city north of Stockholm, architecture duo (and brothers) Erik and Tore Ahlsén proposed a four-building municipal complex in the early 1960s. The scheme consisted of a series of five-story, bar-like buildings that formed a rectangular perimeter, with an interior courtyard left open. It was largely realized, but construction

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Renew Reuse, presented by AN, returns on November 16

The Architect’s Newspaper’s virtual conference series continues with Renew Reuse: Virtual Summit, on November 16. Featuring a full day of presentations, the event will bring together leaders in the architecture world whose work covers historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and the renewal of aging structures. Particularly amid larger discussions of embodied carbon, recycling materials, and the

Batlleiroig introduces charred wood to the Spanish office building

Brought to you by: Catalan architecture, landscape, and planning firm Batlleiroig has realized the first blackened timber facade in Spain. Its design for the Entegra building marks the first use of the material on an exterior in the country. Located within Barcelona’s 22@ district, a product of urban renewal within the city’s Sant Martí neighborhood,

Studio Bright designs facade with perforated brick screens in Sydney

Brought to you by: Studio Bright’s project at 8 Loftus Street has attempted to reinvigorate a city block in Sydney, Australia’s Circular Quay. Capped with a rooftop garden, and street-level arcade that connects the interior courtyard to the street, the building, part of a larger precinct named Quay Quarter Lanes, houses two floors of retail

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Oslotre prioritizes material efficiency in cross-laminated timber building

Brought to you by: While Scandinavia already has a reputation for mass timber construction, including what was, until this year, the world’s tallest timber building, Oslotre’s St. Olavs vei 18 shows a continued innovation of timber projects in the region. Located in Kristiansand, on the southern tip of Norway, St. Olavs vei 18 is the

MAD Architects’ arts center in Aranya is under construction

Brought to you by: Taking inspiration from the massing of clouds, MAD Architects’ forthcoming public art space in Aranya Community, Qinhuangdao, China, is nearing completion. Called the Cloud Center, the building will include a grand hall, gallery, and theater across a footprint of 2,500 square meters (26,000 square feet). Aranya is a coastal town east

Valmont Structures

Since 1956 Locker, a Valmont company, has been an industry leading provider of perforated and expanded metal, woven wire, wire mesh and curtains. While initially we serviced the industrial sector, the architectural market has grown into one of our key areas of operation. We’ve developed our specialized range of metal products to meet the needs

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Facades+ is coming to the City of Angels on November 3 and 4

On November 3, Facades+ will return to Los Angeles for one of its largest events of the year. Co-chaired by HOK principals Adaeze Cadet and David Frey, the program will bring six presentations on the best of Southern California building enclosures to an audience in Downtown Los Angeles. Attendees will be able to attend virtual

Nori Architects retrofits an office building facade with recycled materials

Brought to you by: Nori Architects’ renovation of the Asanuma Corporation’s Nagoya Branch Office has given a 30-year-old, nearly all-glass office building in Aichi, Japan a new facade with primarily recycled natural materials. The Tokyo-based architecture firm was tasked with revamping the 8-story tower into a modern office space. As the firm described, “this project