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Global design practice Oppenheim Architecture (OA) have completed the Ayla Golf Academy & Clubhouse in Aqaba, Jordan. The 1,200 sq m building, which is situated ... More
The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has today (26 June) unveiled the largest ever shortlist for its Building of the Year competition. WAF – one of ... More
The latest issue of CLADmag has been published and is available to view free of charge on Digital Turning Pages and as PDF, or on ... More
Leisure architecture was a big winner on the opening day (15 November) of the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Berlin, with a number of cultural ... More
Hastings Pier by dRMM Architects has been announced as the winner of the 2017 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building. In a ... More
Pioneering British leisure architect Peter Sargent has died at his home in Florida. Sargent was one of the founding partners of sports and leisure architectural ... More
Les Mills
Les Mills
The World Architecture Festival has today (7 July) unveiled the largest ever shortlist for its Building of the Year competition. WAF – one of the ... More
There are more opportunities for leisure architects and designers working in China and Hong Kong than ever before, according to the creative director of the ... More
The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has announced ‘Performance’ as the theme for its tenth anniversary edition, which is taking place in Berlin this November. Leisure ... More
The year ahead promises much excitement in the world of leisure architecture and design. New designs will be unveiled, ongoing projects will take shape and ... More
Before looking ahead at some of the most exciting projects and exhibitions of 2017 we thought we’d take a moment to reflect on some of ... More
2016 has been a breakthrough year for leisure architecture, with buildings celebrated by some of the world's most prestigious architecture awards, including the World Architecture ... More
Mark Anthony Personal Training Ltd
Mark Anthony Personal Training Ltd
The Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología (UTEC) in Lima, designed by Grafton Architects, has won the first ever RIBA International Prize. Six projects were shortlisted ... More
The National Museum and Dialogue Centre in Szczecin, Poland has been declared the World Building of the Year 2016. Polish architecture studio Robert Konieczny KWK ... More
Leisure architecture was a big winner on the opening day of the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Berlin, with a quintet of projects triumphing in ... More
The 2016 World Architecture Festival (WAF) has started today with architects and designers from around the world descending on Berlin to debate issues facing the ... More
Wellness in architecture was a key topic at the Global Wellness Summit in Austria last month, as a panel featuring two health and wellbeing specialists ... More
The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has revealed the architects and buildings in contention for awards glory at this year’s event in Berlin in November. The ... More
FIBO Exhibition
FIBO Exhibition
This week leisure architecture was celebrated in two high-profile competitions: RIBA’s first International Prize and the Aga Khan Architecture Award. The first is seeking the ... More
A public park in Denmark, a Chinese arts centre, a three-storey pedestrian bridge in Iran and a library in Spain are among the leisure projects ... More
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced a bumper shortlist in its bid to celebrate the world's best building. Zaha Hadid, Bjarke Ingels, ... More
A controversial restoration of an ancient Spanish castle has been awarded an international architecture prize, despite being lambasted by a national heritage group as “lamentable”. ... More
The founding partners of Dutch studio MVRDV have told CLAD that architects and developers must consider including a leisure component when designing new structures in ... More
It’s been another busy week in the world of leisure architecture, design, investment and development, and we have reported on some particularly exciting trends and ... More
It won’t be long before living, working and spending our leisure time on floating cities is a normal part of life, according to Koen Olthuis, ... More
Floors 4 Gyms / TVS Sports Surfaces
Floors 4 Gyms / TVS Sports Surfaces
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HM Government
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