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Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Center / JGMA

May 8, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

Rising from the transformed parking lot south of 76th Street, the new Manufacturing, Technology, and Engineering Center (MTEC) becomes a timeless addition to the Richard J Daley campus and sets the framework for a wider master plan. The project unifies the existing complex by creating a campus environment with engaging pathways and collaborative spaces throughout. The Daley College MTEC project speaks to issues larger than architecture; it is the embodiment of the community and seeks to revitalize this southwest Chicago neighborhood by creating a connective message that all are significant and welcome.

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Ten interiors by architects that use internal glazing to create a sense of space and light

May 8, 2021 Michelle Ogundehin 0
Glazed wall inside Toronto house

For our latest lookbook, interiors expert Michelle Ogundehin has selected ten examples of interiors with glazed internal windows, doors and partitions that create clever zoning and add privacy while still letting the light through. “In the ongoing search for work-from-home space, walls are making a return as open-plan layouts are found wanting,” writes architect, author

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“Beirut, after the Dust Settles” in Design and the City Podcast

May 8, 2021 Andreea Cutieru 0

For Design and the City’s sixth episode – a podcast by reSITE on how to make cities more liveable, the team interviewed Christele Harrouk, Archdaily’s Managing Editor and Salim Rouhana, Senior Urban Governance and Resilience Task Team Leader at the World Bank Group. The two Beirut natives talk about the devastating explosion in August last year and share their perspectives on what rebuilding the city could look like.

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This week the first tenants moved into a 3D-printed home

May 8, 2021 Tom Ravenscroft 0
3D-printed home

This week on Dezeen, a boulder-shaped house in the Netherlands became the first lived-in 3D-printed home in Europe as its first tenants moved in. The single-storey house was built in a suburb of Eindhoven as part of a commercial 3D-printed housing scheme named Project Milestone. According to the developers, it is the first time in Europe that people

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