Transforming the streets of the Magdy El Khouly neighborhood in Cairo, Magdy El Khouly Street Rehab is a community-driven urban renewal project coordinated by Ahmed Hossam Saafan for Dawar for Arts and Development and the Dutch Embassy in Cairo.
Situated between Rho and Milan, MIND is an urban development project designed by MCA-Mario Cucinella Architects together with LAND for Lendlease that will become a new paradigm of urban space that gives precedence to pedestrians and slower movement, dissolves the boundary between indoor and outdoor, and gives space for innovation, living, and working to coexist.
Led by David P. Chen, Pelli Clarke & Partners, in collaboration with Sichuan Provincial Architectural Design and Research Institute, have won an international design competition for the comprehensive master plan of the new Yibin High-Speed Rail Station Gateway Development in China.
Designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and landscape architecture firm Offshoots, the Hood Bike Park Pavillion is the centerpiece of future development, master-planned by Elkus Manfredi, which will transform H.P. Hood Dairy Company’s historic production facility into a mixed-use district encompassing offices, labs, residences, retail space, and a hotel.
VenhoevenCS architecture+urbanism and DS Landschapsarchitecten have joined forces and have created a new underwater bike parking facility in the heart of Amsterdam that has changed the city center providing new public space and improving the city’s infrastructure offering more than 4000 bike parking spaces.
European Prize for Architecture Laureate Mecanoo and Meng Architects, in collaboration with Lola Landscape Architects, have won the highly competitive international design competition for the Shenzhen Guangming Science Valley, located in China.
Named Stockholm Wood City by Henning Larsen Architects and White Arkitekter is the largest wood-building project in the world and is now in progress, covering an impressive 250,000 square meters, and is set to become a turning point in sustainable architecture and urban planning.
C.F. Møller Architects have presented recently the masterplan and the first visualizations for Mjøsfronten in Hamar, with the aim of strengthening the city center as a meeting place and connecting the city closer to Norway’s largest lake, Mjøsa.
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