Tesla’s Solar Roof System to Begin Taking Orders Next Month

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced via Twitter that his company’s fully-integrated solar roof system is nearly ready to be released to the public, and will begin taking orders on the shingles starting next month.

The solar roof project was announced this past October after acquiring energy services provider SolarCity for $2.1 billion. Offered in four different styles – smooth glass, textured glass, French slate and Tuscan glass – the shingles would allow homeowners to make the switch to solar without having to change their aesthetic tastes. Though exact costs have yet to be released, Musk believes the system could be more affordable than a traditional roof.

@elonmusk How are the Solar Shingles coming along? Is there an ETA? Hoping my roof survives till then.

“It’s looking quite promising that a solar roof will actually cost less than a normal roof before you even take the value of electricity into account,” said Musk at the unveiling. “So the basic proposition would be, ‘Would you like a roof that looks better than a normal roof, lasts twice as long, costs less, and by the way generates electricity?’ It’s like, why would you get anything else?”

The solar roof system would link into Tesla’s Powerwall home battery system for onsite energy storage.

Further details of the system have yet to be released, but SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive has said that the company was working towards a 40 cent per watt efficiency. This would make the system competitive with other energy options.

News via Interesting Engineering.

Third-Place Proposal for Turkey’s Bandirma Park Embeds Public Spaces in an Urban Landscape

Third-Place Proposal for Turkey's Bandirma Park Embeds Public Spaces in an Urban Landscape, Courtesy of TARI-Architects
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In the recently concluded Bandirma Park competition, TARI-Architects in collaboration with Derek Pirozzi Design Workshop LLC, were awarded third prize for their proposed revitalisation of the Turkish city’s ecological core. In light of the competition’s vision of Bandirma as a new innovative hub, the proposal by the two practices combines the central Design Institute with excavated public spaces to minimize the architecture’s footprint on the park and its context.

Under the acronym B.R.E.A.K., or “Bandirma Regeneration As Knowledge,” the project’s focal point is the Design Institute – “an operation that will attract a large number of academic gatherings from the Turkish region for hosting exhibitions and research conferences” from its vantage point overlooking the city and harbor.

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“B.R.E.A.K. is an urban heart, a center for the people, a landmark for the city and a symbol for environmentally sensitive resolution,” explain the design team in their project description.

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In addition to the institute, the bulk of public programs are embedded within the landscape by means of canyon-like arteries which form connections between the existing neighboring urban context. The resulting public square hosts concerts, seasonal markets, and various exhibitions, while the carved axes serve as the park’s central commercial and retail area.

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The design stems from the practices’ desire for an “architecture of humility,” which follows the natural characteristics of the land, minimizing the imposition of the manmade.

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Celebrating social interaction and sustainability, the Bandirma Park proposal by TARI-Architects and Derek Pirozzi Design Workshop would offer a means of outdoor recreation, environmental education, and community engagement, coupled with passive design strategies and energy preservation. The proposal’s identity relies on the melding of traditional vernacular and contemporary Turkish ideals, in order to maintain cultural authenticity alongside new urban development.

News via Derek Pirozzi Design Workshop LLC

RMJM Appointed as Interior Designer for Two Inter Terminal Stations at Sheremetyevo Airport

RMJM Serbia has been appointed to design the interior of two passenger stations that connect the Northern and Southern terminals at Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport, the busiest in Russia.

The concept proposed by RMJM Serbia led by Goran Nikolic, CEO and Jelena Krstovic Nikolic, Lead Architect, reflects the grandeur of the world renowned Moscow Metro. The two stations will enable the airport to service the transfer passenger traffic between the terminals, decreasing the minimum connection time and improving the passenger experience.

Russian Constructivism, which has already inspired RMJM Serbia’s designs for Terminal B at the airport, was a key influence once again, though reinterpreted in an original way for this project. The concept celebrates the work and unique relationship of two eminent Constructivist artists, Ljuba Popova and Varvara Stepanova, whose collaboration reached its peak at the Vhutemas Art Institute and in their textile design for Tsindel, the first state textile factory. This relationship is celebrated in RMJM Serbia’s interior design where, much like the artists whose work this project references, the two connected stations become permanently linked.

The design of the 4,500 square metre public area of the two stations features a number of art works using Constructivist language patterns and form, shaping the space around the passenger movement. A clear example of this are the clock in the Northern Terminal and the seating in the South terminal, designed according to the Constructivist principles.

This project is part of the airport development and modernisation programme carried out by TPS Nedvizhimost in preparation for the FIFA World Football Cup in 2018. The project includes, among others, the reconstruction of Terminal C and the inauguration of a new Terminal B, for which RMJM designed the interior. The capacity of Sheremetyevo Airport is expected to be 80 million passengers per annum by 2026, with a total number of departure and arrival aircraft movements using three runways increased from 55 to 90 per hour by 2018.

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Wall-mounted shower head / round ONE: 112084 by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba & Sergio Mori

Wall-mounted shower head / round ONE: 112084 by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba & Sergio Mori FLAMINIA

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A soft look but a strong impact, from Mies to Kjaerholm the band has always been a source of research and its application in the field of design has been confirmed by many. One taps are a continuation of this research, this time tied to the water world and not furnishings.

This LEGO-Compatible Tape Will Allow You to Build Structures on Almost Any Surface

As any architect who has played with LEGO can tell you (which, let’s face it, is nearly all of us), one of the most exciting yet struggling steps is just starting off on that tabula rasa of the standard, flat LEGO base. But for anyone looking to build something within the context of their environment, you were flat out of luck. Now, that all may be changing, thanks to a new LEGO-compatible tape, currently being funded on Indiegogo.

Called Nimuno Loops, the tape roll is lined with LEGO block-friendly bumps on one side, and a mild-strength adhesive on the other, giving you the ability to start building on any surface the tape sticks to. The flexible strips can be cut and pulled around corners, into curves, and even onto other objects to turn them into custom LEGO bases. The strength and stickiness of the tape is still a question, but from the teaser video, it certainly seems more than capable of suspending rather large LEGO structures even from 90 degree angles.

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The campaign has already reached its goal, but it’s not too late to snag some of the tape for yourself; estimated delivery on the product is expected for this upcoming summer.

Check out the product for yourself, here.

15 Gallery Spaces to Open in Base of Zaha Hadid’s High Line Residential Building

15 Gallery Spaces to Open in Base of Zaha Hadid's High Line Residential Building , Courtesy of Related Companies
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Real Estate firm Related Companies has announced the development of 15 new art gallery spaces to be located in and around the base of Zaha Hadid’s 520 West 28th Street residential building, located along the High Line in the New York neighborhood of Chelsea. The acclaimed Paul Kasmin Gallery, currently located in three West Chelsea locations, will serve as the anchor tenant with a 5,000 square-foot gallery in the base of the Hadid-designed building and additional space in the ‘High Line Nine,’ a collection of full service boutique exhibition spaces located adjacent to the building beneath the High Line.

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New galleries integrated into the building design will accommodate a range of gallery types featuring both domestic and international art, and will measure between 1,000 and 5,400 square feet. These spaces, along with new stand-alone galleries ranging between 1,200 and 5,400 square feet, are anticipated to open in late 2017. Two of the new buildings have been designed by Markus Dochantschi of studioMDA, which specializes in gallery design.

The ‘High Line Nine’ galleria, a subset of the new gallery collection, draws from the tradition of European gallery spaces, but takes the concept to a new level with the addition of onsite amenities including a centralized wine bar/cafe and catering kitchen, a concierge, and event space, as well as cleaning and security services. These nine boutique galleries will feature 13 to 22 foot tall ceilings range in size from 650 to 1800 square feet.

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Paul Kasmin, founder of Paul Kasmin Gallery said, “West Chelsea and Manhattan’s west side have long defined the future of fine arts in New York. I am thrilled to be a part of this exciting project and to bring two new gallery locations to the area. The creation of the High Line and the evolution of Hudson Yards have made this one of the most dynamic parts of the city. This collection of new galleries in this location is an ideal fit for us.”

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“This project was inspired by Zaha Hadid’s sculptural building at 520 West 28th Street, which is one of the finest residential buildings in the City and a monumental piece of art,” added Greg Gushee, Related Executive Vice President who is spearheading the project.

“We saw the unique opportunity to create a vibrant, diverse gallery offering to expand and further enhance the West Chelsea art district. Not only creating world class gallery spaces, but also a completely new-to-market concept—a collection of highly amenitized, full service exhibition spaces that allow domestic and international galleries to showcase their collections while we take care of all of the mundane details.  We also believe the new galleries will be a great amenity for the residents of 520 West 28th, many of whom are art collectors already.”

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The project will be the latest to feature along the High Line, which is set to receive high-profile buildings and installations, including Diller, Scofidio + Renfro’s Shed, and Heatherwick Studios’ Vessel at Hudson Yards, among many others.

Learn more about the new gallery spaces, here.

KPF’s One Bayfront Plaza to Share Title of Miami’s Tallest Tower

KPF's One Bayfront Plaza to Share Title of Miami's Tallest Tower, © KPF
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Renderings have been revealed of KPF’s One Bayfront Plaza, a 92-story mixed-use tower in downtown Miami that when completed will reach 1,049 feet tall, becoming one of 5 new buildings that will share the title of Miami’s tallest tower.

The project is being developed by Florida East Coast Realty, and will bring 902 apartments, 200 hotels rooms, 532,000 square feet of office space and 104,000 square feet of retail to downtown Miami. Located at 100 South Biscayne Boulevard, the project will total 3.3 million square feet.

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The most recent plans were revealed after original plans for a two-tower, 4-million-plus square foot complex were scrapped. The new scheme will feature a single tower, and a higher apartment to commercial space ratio.

An existing office building on the site is expected to be demolished by 2019, with construction on the tower beginning shortly after.

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Historically, building heights in Miami have been restricted due to proximity to the Miami International Airport; these restrictions were recently loosened, allowing several new towers to stake claim to the city’s tallest tower, including One Bayfront Plaza and Foster + Partners’ ‘The Towers’ at 1201 Brickell Bay Drive, which is also being developed by FECR.

News via Architect’s Newspaper.

14 Architects Selected as Recipients of 2017 AIA Young Architects Awards

14 Architects Selected as Recipients of 2017 AIA Young Architects Awards, Farmers Park / Hufft Projects. Image © Mike Sinclair
Farmers Park / Hufft Projects. Image © Mike Sinclair
 

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has selected 14 recipients for the 2017 AIA Young Architects Award. Now in its 24th year, the award was founded to honor young architects – licensed 10 years or fewer regardless of their age – who have “shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession early in their careers.”

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2017 AIA Young Architects Award Recipients

Kara Bouillette, AIA / Hufft Projects

Shannon Christensen, AIA / CTA Architects Engineers

R. Corey Clayborne, AIA / Wiley|Wilson

Danielle C. Hermann, AIA / OPN Architects

Jeffrey Erwin Huber, AIA / Brooks + Scarpa Architects and Florida Atlantic University

Benjamin Kasdan, AIA / KTGY Architecture + Planning

Andrea Love, AIA / Payette

Kurt Neiswender, AIA / Sedgewick & Ferweda Architects

Jonathan Opitz, AIA / AMR Architects

Jeffrey  Pastva, AIA / JDAVIS

Jessica Sheridan, AIA / Mancini Duffy

Chris-Annmarie Spencer, AIA / Wheeler Kearns Architects

Lora Teagarden, AIA / RATIO Architects

Luis Velez-Alvarez, AIA / SmithGroupJJR

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Also announced were the winners of the 2017 AIA Associates Award, given to individual Associate AIA members to “recognize outstanding leaders and creative thinkers for significant contributions to their communities and the architecture profession.”  Associate membership is open to individuals who meet one of the following criteria: professional degree in architecture; currently work under the supervision of an architect; currently enrolled in the Architectural Experience Program (AXP) and working toward licensure; or faculty member in a university program in architecture.

2017 Associates Award recipients

Je’Nen M. Chastain, Assoc. AIA / Heller Manus Architects

Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA / FTA Design Studio

Linsey Graff, Assoc. AIA / Ayers Saint Gross Architects

Mona Zellers, Assoc. AIA / LMN Architects

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Young Architects and Associate Award winners will be presented with their awards in a ceremony at the AIA 2017 National Convention on Architecture in Orlando. Learn more about the Young Architects award here, and the Associate Award here.

News via AIA.

See Designs for New U.S. Embassies by America’s Top Architects

Diplomacy in Design

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In the mid-20th century, after the United States emerged triumphantly from World War II, the State Department launched an ambitious architecture program for new U.S. embassies that expressed the nation’s forward-looking role on the world stage. Leading American architects were tapped for these commissions, including Eero Saarinen, who designed the chancery on Grosvenor Square in London; Edward Durell Stone, who created what may be his finest work in New Delhi; and Richard Neutra, who built the embassy in Karachi, Pakistan. Other architects in the program included Walter Gropius (Athens), John Johansen (Dublin), Marcel Breuer (the Hague) and Jose Luis Sert, whose elegant mission in Baghdad was decommissioned; a new embassy complex was eventually built in 2007—a massive $750 million fortified compound on 104 acres designed by the Kansas City firm Berger Devine Yaeger. It is the largest embassy in the world.

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As the century wore on, State Department buildings were often more utilitarian than innovative, and security concerns became paramount. The attacks on U.S. properties abroad, particularly the simultaneous 1998 suicide truck bombings of the embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, which killed more than 200 people, had demonstrated the new dangers of diplomacy. After 9/11, security demands became even more urgent.

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But in 2010, a new State Department initiative, Excellence in Diplomatic Facilities, sought to bring superior design once more to America’s global outposts, without compromising safety. That year, KieranTimberlake won the much-publicized competition to replace Saarinen’s outmoded embassy with a new one elsewhere in London. The design incorporates sustainability and security measures without turning the complex into a walled fortress. Scheduled to open this summer, the embassy employs a moatlike feature (as part of a landscape designed by OLIN) among elements to thwart attacks.

Diplomacy in Design

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Casey Jones, who had led the Design Excellence Program at the General Services Administration (GSA), moved to the State Department as Deputy Director of the Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO). In helping supervise the program, he engaged contemporary American architects such as Morphosis, Tod Williams Billie Tsien, and Ennead to design new embassies and consulates. Though both Jones and Lydia Muniz, director of the OBO, left the State Department in January during the transition to the new administration, the legacy of design excellence remains for now.

 

Diplomacy in Design

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What follows are many of the current designs, which have been approved and are in the process of implementation. Such projects, as Muniz said in a Congressional hearing, “are symbols of American culture and values.” We hope that they inspire the State Department to continue to seek the best in architecture when building for the future.

Diplomacy in Design

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The Top 200 Universities in the World for Architecture 2017

The Top 200 Universities in the World for Architecture 2017, Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Simmons Hall, designed by Steven Holl Architects. Image © Flickr user infanticida. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Simmons Hall, designed by Steven Holl Architects. Image © Flickr user infanticida. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Global higher education analysis firm Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has released in 2017 rankings of the world’s top universities for the study of Architecture & Built Environment. This year, for the seventh edition of the survey, QS has expanded the ranking to list the world’s top 200 schools, including institutions across all six inhabited continents.

For the third year in a row, MIT has topped the list, finishing ahead of the Bartlett School of Architecture and the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). Read on for the full rankings.

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) / United States
2. The Bartlett School of Architecture | UCL (University College London) / United Kingdom
3. Delft University of Technology / Netherlands
4. University of California, Berkeley (UCB) / United States
5. ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) / Switzerland
6. Manchester School of Architecture / United Kingdom
7. Harvard University / United States
8. University of Cambridge / United Kingdom
9. National University of Singapore (NUS) / Singapore
10. University of Hong Kong (HKU) / Hong Kong

11. Tsinghua University / China
12. Columbia University / United States
13. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) / United States
14. Politecnico di Milano / Italy
15= The Hong Kong Polytechnic University / Hong Kong
15= The University of Sydney / Australia
17. The University of Tokyo / Japan
18. Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) / United States
19. The University of Melbourne / Australia
20. Tongji University / China
21. Cornell University / United States
22. The University of New South Wales (UNSW Australia) / Australia
23= KTH Royal Institute of Technology / Sweden
23= Stanford University / United States
25. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)/ Switzerland
26. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya / Spain
27. University of British Columbia / Canada
28. RMIT University / Australia
29= Princeton University / United States
29= Technische Universität München / Germany
31. The University of Sheffield / United Kingdom
32. University of Pennsylvania / United States
33. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign / United States
34. Seoul National University (SNU) / South Korea
35. Universidade de São Paulo (USP) / Brazil
36. University of Salford / United Kingdom
37= Kyoto University / Japan
37= Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile / Chile
39= Cardiff University / United Kingdom
39= University of Toronto / Canada
41. University of Texas at Austin / United States
42. Technische Universität Berlin / Germany
43. University of Michigan / United States
44. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven / Belgium
45. University of Newcastle / Australia
46. Politecnico di Torino / Italy
47= Eindhoven University of Technology / Netherlands
47= Loughborough University / United Kingdom
49. The University of Queensland (UQ) / Australia
50= Politécnica de Madrid / Spain
50= Yale University / United States

51-100. Aalborg University / Denmark
51-100. Aalto University / Finland
51-100. Arizona State University / United States
51-100. Carnegie Mellon University / United States
51-100. Chalmers University of Technology / Sweden
51-100. City University of Hong Kong / Hong Kong
51-100. Curtin University / Australia
51-100. Griffith University / Australia
51-100. Hanyang University / South Korea
51-100.  KIT, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie / Germany
51-100. Lund University / Sweden
51-100. McGill University / Canada
51-100. Monash University / Australia
51-100. New York University (NYU) / United States
51-100. Norwegian University of Science And Technology / Norway
51-100. Oxford Brookes University / United Kingdom
51-100. Pennsylvania State University / United States
51-100. Queensland University of Technology (QUT)/ Australia
51-100. RWTH Aachen University / Germany
51-100. Sapienza – Università di Roma / Italy
51-100. Shanghai Jiao Tong University / China
51-100. Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) / South Korea
51-100. Technische Universität Berlin / Germany
51-100. TU Dortmund University / Germany
51-100. Texas A&M University / United States
51-100. The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)/ Hong Kong
51-100. The University of Auckland / New Zealand
51-100.  Tianjin University / China
51-100. Universidad de Chile / Chile
51-100. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) / Mexico
51-100. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro / Brazil
51-100. Universität Stuttgart / Germany
51-100. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)/ Malaysia
51-100. Universiti Malaya (UM) / Malaysia
51-100 Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) / Malaysia
51-100. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) / Malaysia
51-100. University of Bath / United Kingdom
51-100. University of Cape Town / South Africa
51-100. The University of Edinburgh / United Kingdom
51-100.  University of Illinois, Chicago (UIC) / United States
51-100. University of Lisbon / Portugal
51-100. University of Liverpool / United Kingdom
51-100. University of Porto / Portugal
51-100. University of South Australia (UniSA) / Australia
51-100. University of Southern California / United States
51-100. University of Washington / United States
51-100. University of Waterloo / Canada
51-100. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University / United States
51-100. Yonsei University / South Korea
51-100. Zhejiang University / China

101-150. Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand / Thailand
101-150. Chulalongkorn University / Thailand
101-150. Czech Technical University In Prague / Czech Republic
101-150. Harbin Institute of Technology / China
101-150. Hokkaido University / Japan
101-150. Illinois Institute of Technology / United States
101-150. Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM) / India
101-150. Istanbul Technical University / Turkey
101-150. Korea University / South Korea
101-150. Kyung Hee University / South Korea
101-150. Kyushu University / Japan
101-150. Laval University / Canada
101-150. Michigan State University / United States
101-150. Middle East Technical University / Turkey
101-150. Nanjing University / China
101-150. National Cheng Kung University / Taiwan
101-150. National Technical University of Athens / Greece
101-150. Newcastle University / United Kingdom
101-150. Rice University / United States
101-150. Southeast University / China
101-150. Technion – Israel Institute of Technology / Israel
101-150. Technische Universität Dresden / Germany
101-150. Technische Universität Wien / Austria
101-150. The University of Nottingham / United Kingdom
101-150. The University of Western Australia (UWA) / Australia
101-150. Tohoku University / Japan
101-150. Universidad de Buenos Aires / Argentina
101-150. Universidad de Los Andes Colombia / Colombia
101-150. Universidad Nacional de Colombia / Colombia
101-150. Universidad Politecnica de Valencia / Spain
101-150. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) / Brazil
101-150. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande Do Sul / Brazil
101-150. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II / Italy
101-150. Università di Bologna (UNIBO) / Italy
101-150. Universita’ IUAV di Venezia / Italy
101-150. Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) / Belgium
101-150. Université de Montréal / Canada
101-150. Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) / Malaysia
101-150. Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) / Malaysia
101-150. University College Dublin (UCD) / Ireland
101-150. University of Copenhagen / Denmark
101-150. University of Florida / United States
101-150. University of Ghent / Belgium
101-150. University of Glasgow / United Kingdom
101-150. University of Minnesota / United States
101-150. University of Technology Sydney (UTS) / Australia
101-150. University of Westminster / United Kingdom
101-150. University of Wisconsin-Madison / United States
101-150. Vilnius Gediminas Technical University / Lithuania
101-150. Waseda University / Japan

151-200. Aarhus University / Denmark
151-200. Brown University / United States
151-200. Cairo University / Egypt
151-200. Chongqing University / China
151-200. Chung-Ang University / South Korea
151-200. City University of New York / United States
151-200. Concordia University / Canada
151-200. Dalian University of Technology / China
151-200. Deakin University / Australia
151-200. Fudan University / China
151-200. King Saud University (KSU) / Saudi Arabia
151-200. Nagoya University / Japan
151-200. National Chiao Tung University / Taiwan
151-200. National Taiwan University of Science and Technology / Taiwan
151-200. North Carolina State University / United States
151-200. Northumbria University at Newcastle / United Kingdom
151-200. Ohio State University / United States
151-200. Osaka University / Japan
151-200. Pusan National University / South Korea
151-200. Queen’s University of Belfast / United Kingdom
151-200. Radboud University Nijmegen / Netherlands
151-200. South China University of Technology / China
151-200. Stockholm University / Sweden
151-200. Syracuse University / United States
151-200. Technische Universität Darmstadt / Germany
151-200. The University of Adelaide / Australia
151-200. Universidad de Navarra / Spain
151-200. Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Portugal
151-200. Università degli Studi di Firenze (UNIFI) / Italy
151-200. Università degli Studi Roma Tre / Italy
151-200. Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne / France
151-200. University of Aberdeen / United Kingdom
151-200. University of Arizona / United States
151-200. University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) / United States
151-200. University of Colorado at Boulder / United States
151-200. University of Dundee / United Kingdom
151-200. University of Gothenburg / Sweden
151-200. University of Maryland, College Park / United States
151-200. University of Massachusetts, Amherst / United States
151-200. University of Miami / United States
151-200. University of Pretoria / South Africa
151-200. University of Seoul / South Korea
151-200. University of Strathclyde / United Kingdom
151-200. University of Tehran / Iran
151-200. University of Twente / Netherlands
151-200. University of Ulster / United Kingdom
151-200. University of Virginia / United States
151-200. Victoria University of Wellington / New Zealand
151-200. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam / Netherlands
151-200. Wageningen University / Netherlands

QS has produced an annual survey of universities since 2011, now comparing over 1800 institutions worldwide across 46 subjects, and rating the top universities based on academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact. Visit QS’s site for the full rankings list which is sortable by subject, country or continent.

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