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Perkins&Will reimagines Camp Lakota after fire in southern California

Architecture studio Perkins&Will has used prefabricated components and mass timber to create a series of A-framed cabins and a dining hall at a California campground that was partly destroyed by fire. Camp Lakota is located in the mountain community of Frazier Park, which lies about 70 miles (113 kilometres) northwest of Los Angeles. Perkins&Will...

Glass walls and reflecting pool surround private spa at Israeli house

Pitsou Kedem Architects has completed a private spa in Herzliya, Israel, which is lined with glazed walls and designed so that its owners feel like they are "on a vacation" without needing to leave home. The client for the project asked Tel Aviv studio Pitsou Kedem Architects to design a facility at their home with the feel of a hotel spa, as the coronavirus...

Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum is a "foreboding experience"

Continuing our series on deconstructivism we look at the Jewish Museum in Berlin, one of the architect Daniel Libeskind's first completed projects. The zigzagging, titanium-zinc-clad building was the winner of an anonymous competition held in 1988 for an extension to the original Jewish Museum, which had occupied an 18th-century courthouse since 1933....

Little Brownings by Archmongers Architects named London's best house extension

London studio Archmongers' "practical and playful" refurbishment of a home on Dulwich Estate was named the winner of the 2022 Don't Move, Improve! competition. Little Brownings was named the overall winner of this year's Don't Move, Improve! – an annual award organised by New London Architecture (NLA) that highlights and celebrates innovative home...

"My late father was the first to deliver the new movement to architecture"

Dezeen's deconstructivism series has overlooked the role publisher and editor Dr Andreas Papadakis played in defining the movement, according to his daughter Alexandra Papadakis. I was surprised to read Owen Hopkins' introduction to Dezeen's series on deconstructivism to find no mention of the hugely important role played by Architectural Design...

Rafael Pardo creates towering Zoncuantla Apartments from pigmented concrete

Architect Rafael Pardo has completed a towering apartment block in Veracruz, Mexico, using concrete pigmented with minerals from the site. The six-storey building on a steep slope in Coatepec, a municipality of Veracruz with rolling hills and mesophilic forest, contains four apartments. Rafael Pardo designed a towering apartment block in Veracruz...

Dezeen Debate newsletter features Miami's first supertall skyscraper

The latest edition of Dezeen Debate features plans for Miami's first supertall skyscraper. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now! Sieger Suarez Architects and Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott have designed Miami's first supertall skyscraper for hotel brand Waldorf Astoria. It will have 100 storeys and will be 1,049-feet-tall (319.7 metres). According to Ott,...

Ingrid Schroder named director of the Architectural Association

London's Architectural Association has named the British-American architect and academic Ingrid Schroder as its new director, making her the second woman to ever hold the post. Schroder was selected as director by Architectural Association (AA) today from a shortlist of five applicants that were revealed earlier this year. She will take up the role...

Bahrain weaving facility by Leopold Banchini Architects "celebrates local construction and craft traditions"

Ponds, palm trees and sunken seating areas interrupt the gridded layout of the Al Naseej Textile Factory in Bahrain, which Leopold Banchini Architects designed to incorporate traditional building methods. Geneva studio Leopold Banchini Architects created the textile factory and social space for the local craftspeople of Bani Jamrah, a village that...

Daniel Libeskind is deconstructivism's "late bloomer"

We continue our deconstructivist architecture series with a profile of Daniel Libeskind who designed one of the movement's most evocative buildings, the Jewish Museum Berlin. "You know, we shouldn't be comfortable in this world," Polish-American architect Libeskind once told an audience at an event at the Roca London Gallery. "I'm always surprised...

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