Surfacedesign’s design for The Beach at Expedia Group (with campus buildings designed by ZGF and Aidlin Darling Design) sculpts the topography of the waterfront site into a public waterfront for bikers and pedestrians along Elliott Bay in Seattle.
Blending the surrounding greenery with Japan's first cutting-edge full-fledged inland thermal power plant, Yutaka Umehara of Takenaka Corporation has designed a visitor's center located in Moka city, southern part of Tochigi prefecture.
Developed together with designer Ingo Maurer, Light Rail Tunnel Karlsruhe by Manfred Sauer and the team from allmannwappner is a cohesive design for the underground railway stations of Karlsruhe, Germany, lending a new sense of character.
Inspired by local ecology, Thanh Long Baywalk by Vu Viet Anh of TA Landscape Architecture is a public park along the waterside in Ke Ga Cape, Vietnam that uses playful interventions to connect man with nature.
Eastbound is a 230,000-square-foot creative office campus in East Austin by West of West with TBG landscape architects that seamlessly integrates flexible workspaces, community amenities, public art, and public greenspaces to create a richly layered experience for office workers.
Designed by Charles Godbout of Topo Design for Altek Italia, AirWave Seating System is a flexible collection of seating that can be endlessly combined to suit a range of contexts and integrates elements such as tables and charging points.
Brooks + Scarpa reveals its urban regeneration plan for 41st Street in downtown Miami Beach, turning the vehicle-heavy street into a pedestrian-friendly, low-impact, sustainable space in the bustling city.
Designed to benefit local society, the Esbjerg new Maritime Center also known as “The Lantern,” designed by Frank Foray of Snøhetta and WERK Arkitekter after winning a design competition in 2019, is a unique destination that lights up the coast, so everyone can find their way to new communities at the sea.
Marcial Jesús and Javier González and their team at 100architects have completed a unique architectural intervention of the public realm for a newly built mixed-use development in the city of Chongqing for developers Chongqing Hai Shang Xing Real Estate Co., Ltd., aiming to activate the open-air retail street through visual stimulation.
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