January 2023


Mid-Century Modern Architectural Pioneer John M Johansen FAIA (New York City, New York, 1916 - Brewster, Massachusetts, 2012) created award-winning, controversial architecture for over 70 years. Last of the famed “Harvard Five” and widely recognized as one of America’s most innovative modern architects, Johansen drew upon his inquisitive mind, passionate drive and integrative sense of design, always utilizing cutting edge materials and technologies, to produce extraordinary architecture.  His designs for the future, when a “new species of architecture”  -  nanoarchitecture  -  will emerge, will continue to inspire architects, designers, students and innovators for many years to come.

The growthing House, by Molecular engineering, Case Study

Growth of a Multistory Apartment Building  

Morris Mechanic Theater Baltimore, Md

Mummers Theater (The Stage Center Theater)  Oklahoma City,  Oklahoma

Sluishu, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, project : BIG and Barcode Architects

Site verrier, Meisenthal, France, project: So-Il and Freaks freearchitects

Yuandang Bridge, Qingpu, Shanghai, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China, project : BAU

Le Lab, Nice Méridia, France, projet: A+Architecture

Shanghai Suhe MixC World , China, project: Kokaistudios

Fondation Jacques Rougerie, International Architecture Competition 2022

AFEX Grand Prix, Applications should before  January 20, 2023, 5 p.m

Cité Mixte Le Corbusier, Poissy, France: global renovation, project: Ameller Dubois

Gabriele Filippi, Green water village, Miami Floating Housing Competition Winner

Pylones Pop Design Awards, entries by 15th March 2023

Fabrice Hyber, La Vallée, Fondation Cartier, Paris, Through 30/4/2023


Pierpaolo Lazzarini, Cyborg, Half human / half machine

Pininfarina, Goldenpass Express, Montreux Oberland Bernois Railway Company (MOB)

FAP Ceramiche, FAP MAXXI 

Hideo, SR-1520/Serena, design Hideo Shimizu

VitrA, Plural, design Terry Pecora

Glas Italia, Lazy Hub by Piero Lissoni