Nathaniel Bahadursingh, Architizer

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Recent articles by Nathaniel:

10 Drawings of the World's Most Iconic Modernist Architecture

To commemorate the influential style, here's an assemblage of incredible hand-drawn sketches of the most iconic modernist architecture. → Read More

10 Drawings Capturing the Dramatic Beauty of Brutalist Architecture

We’ve put together a collection of beautiful hand-drawn architectural sketches that reveal the intricacies and essence of Brutalism. → Read More

Defiance and Delight: How Christo's Art Sparked Joy on an Architectural Scale

Christo, the Bulgarian artist renowned for his large-scale, fantastical environmental installations, has passed away at the age of 84. → Read More

One Photo Captures the Fading Beauty of Philadelphia's Industrial Architecture

The top winner in the Student category of the 2020 One Photo Challenge was “Philadelphia Wasteland” by Chris Hytha of Drexel University. → Read More

Grimshaw Designs Floating Affordable Housing to Combat Sea Level Rise

Called Modular Water Dwellings, the concept lays out a design for floating houses that would mitigate the risk of living in flood-prone areas. → Read More

This Abandoned Wine Factory Was Transformed Into a Stylish Seaside Hotel

K-studio has tapped into the power of adaptive reuse with the Dexamenes Seaside Hotel, which was originally an abandoned wine factory. → Read More

One Photo Challenge 2020: Competition Winners Announced!

Architizer is excited to announce the winners of the 2020 One Photo Challenge! These are the best architectural photographs of 2020. → Read More

Researchers Unearth the Oldest Architectural Plan of All Time

Researchers have uncovered new details behind the construction of the earliest known temple in human history, Göbekli Tepe. → Read More

Google's Smart City Is Killed Off by COVID–19

Daniel L. Doctoroff, CEO of Sidewalk Labs, announced that plans to move forward with the redevelopment project have been abandoned. → Read More

How COVID-19 Could Change Transport Forever

One notable positive outcome has been the reductions in deadly air pollution around the world due to restrictions on transport and industry. → Read More

Europe's Largest Green Façade Has Been Completed in Germany

Ingenhoven Architects' Kö-Bogen II, located in Düsseldorf, is a verdant structure featuring Europe’s largest green façade. → Read More

8 Ways COVID-19 Will Change Architecture

Below are 8 of these new approaches that may have long lasting impacts on the way cities are designed following the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

Construction on the World's Largest Soccer Stadium Has Begun

Construction on a colossal, flower-shaped soccer stadium, which will be the largest in the world, in Guangzhou, China has just kicked off. → Read More

10 Architectural Design Tutorials to Watch During Quarantine

There are tons of guides and tutorials scattered across the web. Here’s a collection of 10 helpful “How to” tutorials for architects. → Read More

Ossa Studio Wins the 2020 Architecture Business Plan Competition

Jack Ossa, AIA, NCARB, LEED BD + C, founder of Ossa Studio, emerged as the 2020 winner of CVG’s 2020 Architecture Business Plan Competition → Read More

Is This the World's Most Beautiful Library?

Designed by architecture firm SHAU, the Warak Kayu Microlibrary employs passive climatic design and is built entirely from FSC-certified wood. → Read More

Sensational Spaces: A+Awards 2019 Book "The World's Best Architecture" Is Now Available!

“Architizer: The World’s Best Architecture”, a book celebrating the best architecture from around the globe, is now available! → Read More

These Floating Villages Provide a Solution for a Sinking Nation

Kiribati, a small, isolated nation, comprising 33 islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, is under immense pressure due to sea level rise. → Read More

How to Win the One Photo Challenge: 3 Key Ingredients to Consider

The judging process for the One Photo Challenge is designed to reflect the multi-faceted qualities of architectural photographs. → Read More

How the Architecture and Design Community Is Helping Combat COVID-19

From small, local fundraisers to large, global corporations, many are chipping in to contribute to the fight against COVID-19. → Read More