Thursday Link Round Up: January 29, 2015
With news about buildings both new & old and hot & cold, workplace design trends, and award-winning designs we’re definitely feeling some inspiration. Here are links to the articles we’ve found most interesting this week (hopefully they’ll inspire you too!).
- Denton Corker Marshall’s Australian Pavilion to debut at the 56th Venice Biennale, on ArchDaily.
- Pei Cobb Freed breaks ground on Boston’s tallest residential tower, according to ArchDaily.
- It’s not too late to save a Paul Rudolph classic from “Soul-Crushing” updates, on curbed.com.
- BIG’s Hot to Cold exhibition opens at the National Building Museum, according to Dezeen Magazine.
- 5 trends for workplace design in 2015, according to Building Design & Construction.
- Office Interior Trend: Semi-Private Booths, featured on contemporist.com.
- Wooden meeting rooms by Estelle Vincent include seating, lockers and a slide, according to Dezeen Magazine.
- 2015 Wood Design Award Winners Announced, on ArchDaily.
- AIA announces 14 recipients for 2015 Young Architects Award, featured on Archinect.