Athletes Village Lot E2B Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine (France) more...

Construction of 98 housing units, 6 shared spaces and 7 shops Village des Athlètes Buildings E2B1, E2B2, E2B3 Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine (France) Sector E of the Athletes’ Village is first and foremost a family resemblance. As coordinator architect of the sector, CoBe has pre-written the main guidelines that govern the design of the various buildings while leaving some leeway to the individual designers. As such, the visuals of the CoBe project produced for the competition have served from the outset as reference images to represent the entire project in the sector. In order to ensure its total coherence, the family resemblance

 

 

 

Ferryhopper premises in Athens more...

The "IXI" oce building in Moschato, Athens, Greece hosts on the ground floor the offices of the innovative startup, booking engine of ferries, Ferryhopper. The project was developed and implement ed after the radical renovation of the existing structure and its transformation into a functionally intelligent, with LEED environmental certification specifications, aesthetically modern office space, by KN Group _ Design that works. Designing Ferryhopper's building and oce spaces, 

 

 

 

The Carnival of the Dinosaurs (A Musical Fairy Tale) by Tom Woods more...

Once upon a time there was a beautiful queen, Tyrannosaurus Regina, who ruled over all the dinosaurs, they are terrible lizards... This wonderful story is told and played by Michael Heuberger (narrator), Freddy Kempf (piano) and Natalia Woods (piano).. .but everyone adored her and obeyed her every word; anyone who made derogatory comments was eaten for breakfast. So she decided to send out spies on the occasion of her birthday party so that no one would prepare a rebellion. Because no one else would go undetected, she sent out a mosquito to find the Brontosaurus. Which is no easy feat simply because of the extraordinary

 

 

 

Athletes Village in Saint-Ouen sur Seine more...

An ephemeral village, a district inaugurated on february 29 by the french president, the athletes’ village will be the center of the world in the summer of 2024, before becoming a fully-fledged city district in 2025. As part of the most ambitious project of the decade for the Paris metropolis, architect Dominique Perrault has been entrusted with the design of sector E, located on the right bank of the Seine, between the Cité du Cinéma and the Vieux Saint-Ouen. Called «Les Belvédères» in reference to its location and the height of its

 

 

 

Project Gaia enables climate-related risk analyzes using AI more...

An artificial intelligence (AI) application developed by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and its project partners, the Bank of Spain, the Deutsche Bundesbank and the European Central Bank, enables analysis of climate-related risks in the financial system. Project Gaia created a proof of concept and tested it in financial climate risk analysis use cases. The proof of concept used large language models (LLMs) to automatically extract climate-related indicators from publicly available corporate reports.

 

 

 

Call for ideas for the LINA Architecture Platform programme more...

Fundació Mies van der Rohe is a member of the LINA European platform: a growing network of museums, universities, research networks, foundations, triennials, biennials and other European and Mediterranean organisations working at the intersection between architecture and other fields related to spatial culture. An alliance of 34 institutions that carries out a series of events taking place all over Europe to promote emerging thinkers and practitioners

 

 

 

Riken Yamamoto receives the 2024 Pritzker Architecture Prize  more...

Japanese architect Riken Yamamoto (b. 1945) was born in Beijing, People’s Republic of China and relocated to Yokohama, Japan shortly after the end of World War II. Negotiating a balance between public and private dimensions from childhood, he lived in a home that was modeled after a traditional Japanese machiya, with his mother’s pharmacy in the front and their living area in the rear. Yamamoto, architect and social advocate, establishes kinship between public and private realms, inspiring harmonious societies despite a diversity of identities, economies, politics,

 

 

 

The Ocean Race Europe 2025 will start from Kiel more...

Organisers of The Ocean Race have confirmed Kiel.Sailing.City as the host of the start of The Ocean Race Europe during a press conference in Kiel on Wednesday morning. The event is scheduled to start on 10 August, 2025. Previously, Kiel was the finish port of the Volvo Ocean Race 2001-02 and last year the German city hosted a hugely successful Fly-By on the penultimate leg of The Ocean Race 2022-23. Two teams were represented at the media event in Kiel on Wednesday - Team Malizia and Team Holcim-PRB - and both confirmed their

 

 

 

Books at Berlinale 2024: Ten International Books on Route to Screen Adaptation more...

On Sunday, February 18, the Berlinale Co-Production Market will present ten current books selected due to their great potential for screen adaptation in Books at Berlinale. In cooperation with the Frankfurter Buchmesse, since 2006, new international releases and bestsellers have been presented at this annual pitch event bringing together film producers with well-known publishers and literary agents.The presentation will be hosted by the author Syd Atlas and take place in the Berlin House of Representatives in front of 150 guests from the film and

 

 

 

Ulla Wiggen – Outside / Inside
Fridericianum in Kassel from February 24th until June 2nd 2024  more...

In the first half of 2024 the Fridericianum presents an exhibition comprising more than 50 paintings and drawings by Swedish artist Ulla Wiggen. The retrospective survey bears testimony to Wiggen's ongoing interest in visually exploring complex systems – from computers to the human body and mind. The work of the artist Ulla Wiggen, born in Stockholm in 1942, is characterized by outstanding formal and conceptual precision. Spanning six decades, from the 1960s to the present day, her oeuvre comprises four bodies of paintings: renderings of circuit boards and other electronic components, portraits, .

 

 

 

Negative price “Plagiarius” brings copyright abuse into the public interest  more...

Product and brand piracy - a massive threat to the economy, environment and consumers! Negative Award "Plagiarius" brings the extent, damage and background to the public eye Product and brand piracy is a lucrative business worth billions, also for organised crime. Design plagia rism, cheap counterfeits, dupes and replicas flood websites, e-commerce- and social media platforms - the figures are overwhelming and worrying. The damage that

 

 

 

 

 

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