MOL Group's new headquarters office building in Budapest, designed by Foster + Partners and Finta és Társai Építész Stúdió consolidates the company’s operations offices in a single location and is an integral part of the MOL Group’s sustainable vision for 2030.
Known for its designs for Norman Foster and collaboration with Zaha Hadid Design, Japan's leading wooden and craftsmanship furniture Karimoku Furniture Inc. reveals the newly opened Karimoku Commons, a hybrid space designed by Keiji Ashizawa Design and Yumi Nakata to house its new base in the Kansai region.
Norman Foster and his design team in collaboration with Populous and Ara Engineering Bureau have completed Lusail stadium, a world-class football facility for 80,000 spectators, which will host among other football matches the final of the FIFA 2022 World Cup.
Norman Foster has led the development of the new Apple store at Brompton Road, transforming a 1903 arcade building into a fully sustainable retail store showcasing Apple’s renewed focus on AR and other consumer technologies, with the form and function of the typology’s original role as an enclosed shopping district and meeting point.
American Prize for Design laureate Norman Foster of Foster + Partners together with Mallol Arquitectos have completed the expansion of the Tocumen International Airport in Panama using innovative construction technology that reflects the country’s socio-economic growth.
This new book, “Norman Foster—Industrial Design” by architecture critic Christian Narkiewicz-Laine explores the history of Foster’s involvement in industrial design—apart from his celebrated work as one of the leading international architects—from Foster’s early years working for and with Buckminster Fuller to his most recent commissions for London’s famous “gerkin” and Apple Inc.
American Prize for Architecture laureate Norman Foster and his team at Foster + Partners led by Luke Fox and Angus Campbell together with China Architecture Design & Research Group and landscape architects AECOM have completed the new Datong Art Museum—China’s “Museum of the 21st Century”—as one of four major new buildings within Datong New City’s cultural plaza.
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