The Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games are widely regarded as one of the most successful ever. Throughout 2017, 25 years later, we look back at the Games that forever changed Barcelona. (see all posts in this series)
Part 9 – Logo and website for the 25th anniversary of the Games
The Dutch architect who designed a brick-clad Olympic stadium for the 1928 Games in Amsterdam won an unlikely award: an Olympic gold medal. Alongside athletes competing for gold, silver and bronze medals in gymnastics, diving, and wrestling, Di Stijl designer Jan Wils was awarded first place in the category of architecture.
2024 Bid; 7 October is the deadline for the submission of Candidature File Part 2. With less then one year to Lima, and the expected withdrawal of Rome, which host city do you expect to be chosen? Let us know what you think!
Next Olympic Games
Winter Olympics: PyeongChang 2018, 488 days to go
Summer Olympics: Tokyo 2020, 1384 days to go
A selection of documentaries and lectures about Brazilian architectects en architecture in general.
Building the century: Oscar Niemeyer
Renato Anelli presents “Lina Bo Bardi in the Frame of Brazilian Architecture”
TAMUarchitecture. Renato Anelli presents “Lina Bo Bardi in the Frame of Brazilian Architecture” Jan. 18, 2013 at Texas A&M’s spring 2013 Architecture Lecture Series.
Young Practices in Brazil
Columbia. 04.21.2009 – Angelo Bucci, Bruno Campos, Celio Diniz Presentations and discussion with young Brazilian architects.
Yale School of Architecture: “Walking from Site to City”
Yale University. Yale School of Architecture Public Lecture Series Brazilian developer Rafael Birmann discusses his experiences and future plans in real estate development in the country of Brazil with emphasis on its capital city, Brasilia.
A construction boom has hit Tokyo ahead of the 2020 Olympics. New buildings are giving neighborhoods new character. We’ll explore works by famous architects that draw international visitors, and discover some of the very latest highlights!