Every week, L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui offers its readers a review of articles selected in the international press. Architecture, urbanism, design, competitions, exhibitions… Here’s a glance of the latest news. Enjoy!
April 9 to 15, 2016
In Dubai, Burj Khalifa might soon be overrun by a new 828 metres high tower, announced for 2020, via Curbed.
A Dutch collective suggests bringing back to life the pavilions of Venice’s Giardinis between two biennials, via Archdaily.
Discover the new images of the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem, by Herzog & de Meuron, planned for 2020, via Dezeen.
About sexism in architecture : The New York Times launched an informal online questionnaire, asking female architects to talk about their experiences, on The New York Times website.
A widely criticised restoration of an ancient Spanish castle has won a prestigious international architecture prize, according to The Guardian.