These include 11 stadiums in the USA, along with two in Canada and three in Mexico.
Saudi Arabia’s Neom development hit the headlines when Peter Frankental, Amnesty International’s economic affairs programme director, said architecture studios working on the project should “think twice” about their involvement.
Frankental told Dezeen that studios should “be well aware of what they’re entering into and the human rights violations that they will be linked to” through working on Neom.
The preservation of UK architecture was in the spotlight as London studio Mikhail Riches shared its redevelopment of the brutalist Park Hill estate in Sheffield, and the architectural charity Twentieth Century Society launched a campaign to give protected status to Peckham Library in London.
If the application is successful, the Will Alsop-designed library would become the first building opened in the 21st century to be listed.
Design news this week included Vollebak and Living Ink’s design of a T-shirt dyed black with algae, which the team claimed was major breakthrough for sustainable fashion.
BVN and UTS launched a 3D-printed “breathing” system that was designed as a less carbon-intensive alternative to air conditioning.
In the US, Chicago-based architect Carol Ross Barney was awarded the 2023 Gold Medal by the American Institute of Architecture in honour of her work as both a designer and an educator.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro revealed it had been selected to renovate the Kalita Humphreys Theater in Dallas by Frank Lloyd Wright, while KPMB Architects completed a “vertical campus” at Boston University.
Popular projects this week included the Butterfly House renovation by Will Gamble Architects, redbrick townhouses by Förstberg Ling and the Black Forest holiday cabin by AMUNT.
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