A/D/O by car company MINI, a creative space for designers in Brooklyn, New York, will end its operations and permanently close on May 31 due to the economic uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
MAD Architects’ design for Terminal 3 of Harbin Taiping International Airport in Harbin, China, looks like a snowflake that has gently fallen onto the earth. The proposed architecture settles into its locale, while also expressing itself as a surreal, interstellar space of future air travel.
Studio ORD has been selected to design the new O’Hare Global Terminal and Global Concourse in Chicago. The city will now enter into contract negotiations with Studio ORD, a joint venture comprising Corgan Associates, Milhouse Engineering and Construction, STL Architects, Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates, and Studio Gang.
Danish architect firm, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) continues to meet with public officials, fans, and community members to gather more input and refine designs for the 34,000-seat Oakland Athletics ballpark stadium in California. One key update to the design is a more circular shape.
Last month, World Design Rankings (WDR) announced its updated listing of countries categorized based on the number of design awards won at international juried design competitions and awards. The United States took first place among 100 represented countries in 2018 with 48 Platinum Design Awards won globally.