How many Olympic Games took place in France? What continent was never host of an Olympics? Which U.S. State hosted two Summer and one Winter Olympics? Find out in a new feature on Architecture of the Games:
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This year we will be paying special attention to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, resulting in (among other things) the publication of this magazine.
First of all, we want to thank those of you who took the time to complete our User Survey! This does help us to determine what we are doing well and what we need to get better at. As promised, here is an overview of the results of the survey;
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We are continuously striving to improve Architecture of the Games and your feedback will help us to find out what we need to do better. So we created a survey we would like you to answer. It takes about 2 minutes and all answers will be saved anonymously. Your help is much appreciated!
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This egg was submitted for ArchDaily’s Easter Egg Design Contest 2016 and made it to the final selection.
2015 was the second full-year of this blog. An overview of what happened:
- January; AotG moved from WordPress.com to a self-hosted WordPress site. New layout.
- May; AotG on Facebook
- July; Reorganization and expansion of the website. A new weekly newsletter.
- August; Addition of an Event Calender.
- December; New homepage. AotG on Instagram
Thank you all for visiting Architecture of the Games! 2015 has been an action packed year. And 2016 promises even more, culminating in the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Happy New Year!
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Ten most popular articles in 2015
- London 2012; Transformation Olympic Stadium (4)
- Rio 2016; Concept Daily Competition Schedule (Update: version 1.3)
- Rio 2016; Progress update September 2015
- Rio 2016; Meet the mascots!
- London 2012; Transformation Olympic Stadium (8) – Roof structure almost finished
- Rio 2016; Font
- London 2012; Look of the Games
- 2016_Look of the Games
- Rio 2016; Olympic venues in Google Maps
- Rio 2016 Look of the Games (2)