• The most amazing buildings in the world – that haven’t been built

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    Preview 10 groundbreaking concept buildings that could radically shape future city skylines, including an organic agricultural high rise aiming to grow crops in New York, and a droplet-shaped building that promises to convert air into water.

  • Driving design: Lexus Design Pavilion

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    Melbourne-based creative practice, Mim Design Studio, sustainable designer Joost Bakker, award-winning head chef of Attica, Ben Shewry, restaurateur Neil Perry and landscape designer, Jamie Durie collaborate for the Lexus Design Pavilion at Melbourne Cup Carnival 2014. The Birdcage at Flemington Racecourse is an exclusive event, requiring exceptional design. MIM Design and Joost talk to ADR.

  • Invisible Cities – The Last Remnant of Modernism

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    Following on from our special issue on the elements of architecture (AR135–Elements), online editorial assistant, Annabel Koeck, takes a look at curtain wall. Annabel is an Australian graduate architect currently working in London.

  • It’s time.

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    No time to read, write or discuss architecture? No room for theories, books or magazines in the contemporary profession? AR thinks there’s no more an appropriate time to critically discuss architecture than now. Get involved.

  • Zaha Hadid designs five wooden towers to house Cambodian genocide institute

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    The project will serve as Cambodia’s go-to archive for Khmer Rouge history and a leading centre for genocide studies in Asia.

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