The Demain Montréal project wins the Reinventing Cities competition by C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group. The competition asks local innovators to transform underutilized urban spaces in their communities into carbon neutral and resilient urban projects.
Designed by Japanese studio Nendo, the Yokohama Ekimae building, an 11-storey office tower located in the Kojimachi neighbourhood in central Tokyo, Japan, creates a more physical experience to the outdoors with its Kojimachi Terrace or ‘Sky Forest.’
Rethinking conventional development in the heart of Victoria, B.C., D’Ambrosio Architecture and Urbanism propose two mass timber multi-family residential buildings over one level of underground parking called Speed Frances.
On April 15, the world watched as the Notre-Dame in Paris, constructed eight centuries ago, nearly saw its end in the historic fire that devoured its roofs. Now, Belgian ecological architecture firm Vincent Callebaut Architectures (VCA) proposes a design for the cathedral that brings history, science, art, and spirituality together.
The day after a massive fire destroyed the oak-beamed structure of the Notre Dame and collapsed its spire, French President Emmanuel Macron promised the nation the historic cathedral would be rebuilt—and be “more beautiful than before”—within five years, a timetable many experts consider impossible.
In the aftermath of the massive fire that destroyed much of the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris earlier this month, France’s Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced an international architectural competition to redesign the roofline and collapsed spire. Several architects and designers from all over the world have come up with proposals to reconstruct the Gothic church.