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The Best Architectural Drawings of 2021

ArchDaily continues a seven-year-long tradition of celebrating the best architecture drawings of the year. From painting to collages to blueprints, the 2021 edition highlights a carefully-curated collection of architectural drawings and visualizations with a wide variety of techniques and representations.

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Posted: January 14, 2022, 2:06 pm
Don’t Kill the Design Studio—Make It Better:

Studio culture is based on the assumption that students come from privileged families who have the resources and backgrounds which allow let them to take full advantage of the learning resources we offer. 

What we need to do, in other words, is make the studio what architecture education is all about. We need to focus our resources on making it available to all. We need to promote its adaptation as a learning model before college and after graduation. We need to see it as a way of developing critical and integrative thinking, applied knowledge, skills, and ways of seeing and knowing, and as a model for community building. We need to worry less about how it will train students to be licensed architects and more about how it will prepare them to build better worlds.

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Tadao Ando’s The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts rcruzniemiec

Posted: January 13, 2022, 3:51 pm

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Posted: January 13, 2022, 3:49 pm


Playful Animation Tells the Story of Humankind’s Quest for a Perfect City 

Cities are universes in themselves; furiously spawning, spewing, hissing through time and space. They are cudgeled, raked, plastered, worshipped, fought over, set on fire; they are slippery wombs that cradle wars, victories, blood and brilliant storms. The built environment has always been indicative of its inhabitants’ fears, desires, and ideals. As such, it is one of the earliest, most powerful forms of human expression. With a voiceover and script by renowned architecture critic and writer Jonathan Glancey, the video is a remarkable 2-minute overview of some prominent examples in city planning, both old and new, successful and unsuccessful.

Posted: January 11, 2022, 5:30 pm

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Beautiful Painted Staircases Inspired by Andean Textiles Transform the Hills of Lima, Peru

In the rolling hills of Lima, Peru, colorful murals coat the sloping staircases that forge paths through the city’s diverse neighborhoods. An effort to beautify and celebrate the cultural history of each district, the painted stairs form part of the city’s endeavor to recognize art as an essential part of community development. Peruvian artist Xomatok took part in this tremendous project, translating his artistic vision onto 13 stairways in the hilly footpaths of Alisos de Amauta.

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The Structure

South Korean drawing teacher An Jae Hyun (안재현) will clearly show you how to feel and correctly depict the structure of an object. This will help you learn and improve your drawing skills.


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Red Lights - Vatican Aishy

Discover The Basilica di San Pietro, in the heart of the Vatican, under a new glance, a new light. Tinged with red and blue, it changes its appearance and offers a new vision.

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Nikita Busyak Creates Architectural Drawings That Look Like They’re Illuminated With Real Lights

A simple flick of the switch can transform a home from dark and asleep to bright and full of life. Ukraine-based artist Nikita Busyak captures this effect in his enchanting pen and ink illustrations of cityscapes. In each architectural drawing, he digitally manipulates the windows so that they glow with golden light, making it seem as though someone is home.

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Posted: December 23, 2021, 1:33 pm


When Sunlight Meets Tadao Ando’s Concrete

If there is any consistent factor in his work, says Pritzker-winning architect Tadao Ando, then it is the pursuit of light. Ando’s complex choreography of light fascinates most when the viewer experiences the sensitive transitions within his architecture. Sometimes walls wait calmly for the moment to reveal striking shadow patterns, and other times water reflections animate unobtrusively solid surfaces. 

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His combination of traditional Japanese architecture with a vocabulary of modernism has contributed greatly to critical regionalism. While he is concerned with individual solutions that have a respect for local sites and contexts Ando’s famous buildings – such as the Church of the Light, Koshino House or the Water Temple – link the notion of regional identity with a modern imagining of space, material and light. 

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Shoji walls with diffuse light are reinterpreted in the context of another culture, for instance, filtered through the lens of Rome’s ancient Pantheon, where daylight floods through an oculus. Ando’s masterly imagination culminates in planning spatial sequences of light and dark like he envisioned for the Fondation d’Art Contemporain François Pinault in Paris.

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Posted: December 17, 2021, 6:40 pm

My Modern Met’s Best of 2021: Top 10 Buildings and Structures That Opened This Year

After the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, in-progress construction work was paused and building deadlines extended. Now as we close out 2021, we can appreciate the architecture that finally made it to opening day. It’s time to reflect on some of the most inspirational and thoughtful projects of the year. Some of the projects on this list are perfect representations of our hopes for the future. They help us consider how we will continue to live in cities and how we will live together. All the projects on this list are united by one common thing: each building or structure is a bold architectural work that makes a concrete statement about our world.

Featured project: CASA BATLLÓ 10D EXPERIENCE FEATURING KENGO KUMA-DESIGNED STAIRCASE

DEPOT BOIJMANS VAN BEUNINGEN BY MVRDV

HOUSE OF HUNGARIAN MUSIC BY SOU FUJIMOTO

INFINITUS PLAZA BY ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS (ZHA)

LITTLE ISLAND BY HEATHERWICK STUDIO

WORMHOLE LIBRARY BY MAD ARCHITECTS

TERRA – THE SUSTAINABILITY PAVILION DUBAI EXPO 2020 BY GRIMSHAW ARCHITECTS

ILULISSAT ICEFJORD CENTRE BY DORTE MANDRUP

SUNAC GUANGZHOU GRAND THEATRE BY STEVEN CHILTON ARCHITECTS

MARSK TOWER BY BJARKE INGELS GROUP (BIG)

Posted: December 13, 2021, 3:10 pm

Greetings and politeness
Are there any conditions for publishing the project concept on the archatlas website?

The only condition is that I like it, this is a personal blog.

Posted: November 22, 2021, 2:25 pm

New Zubiaur Musika Eskola Javier de las Heras Solé

Posted: November 14, 2021, 2:40 pm

3x3 Retreat Estudio Diagonal

Posted: November 14, 2021, 2:28 pm


A Sudden Vision by Herm the Younger

Posted: November 12, 2021, 6:59 pm

Stunning Photography Book Highlights the Haunting Beauty of Forgotten Places

Photographer Roman Robroek is best known for his enchanting images showcasing the decaying beauty of abandoned places. Drawn to urban landscapes that were once centers of life but are now left to erode and crumble, he travels the world searching for unique settings to capture.

For Robroek, “the forgotten holds a very special sort of fascination. Decay, where once was luxury. Stillness in places that were bursting with life.” And after years of photographing forgotten sites—from the abandoned city of Chernobyl to the bowels of old European theaters and once-luxurious palaces—he has now compiled a collection of his most stunning images into a new book titled Oblivion.

Posted: November 5, 2021, 2:08 pm
Posted: November 3, 2021, 8:46 pm

Beautiful Painted Staircases Inspired by Andean Textiles Transform the Hills of Lima, Peru

In the rolling hills of Lima, Peru, colorful murals coat the sloping staircases that forge paths through the city’s diverse neighborhoods. An effort to beautify and celebrate the cultural history of each district, the painted stairs form part of the city’s endeavor to recognize art as an essential part of community development. Peruvian artist Xomatok took part in this tremendous project, translating his artistic vision onto 13 stairways in the hilly footpaths of Alisos de Amauta.

In collaboration with local residents, the artist transformed the plain stairs of the neighborhood with geometric designs inspired by the vibrant motifs commonly found in handwoven Andean textiles, especially traditional shawls or blankets called llicllas.

Posted: October 29, 2021, 6:27 pm
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The Structure

South Korean drawing teacher An Jae Hyun (안재현) will clearly show you how to feel and correctly depict the structure of an object. This will help you learn and improve your drawing skills.

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Posted: October 28, 2021, 1:58 pm

Gate Keeper to the Stars

Posted: October 28, 2021, 1:36 pm

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