[Best of 2013] The Year In Architecture
While superstar architects like Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry continued to build prolific, large-scale projects at a super human rate in 2013, the year was also filled with several lesser known commissions equally worthy of adoration. With literally thousands of projects to choose from, we turned to the experts at Architizer, one of the world’s largest platforms for architectural news and resources, for some of their favorite, just-under-the-radar projects of 2013.
"In searching for the year’s most compelling work, we looked towards architects utilizing the most innovative technology, such as Richard Meier’s pollution-resistant concrete corporation headquarters," says Steven Thomson of Architizer."We also want to spotlight designs addressing timely environmental and social challenges, like the application of local timber in a wheelchair-accessible London home, or vernacular materials inserted within a new museum in Port Elizabeth, South Africa that gives architectural form to the story of the apartheid struggle."
Keep reading HERE for the team’s carefully curated selections.