The Solar Trees Marketplace celebrates the biophilic architecture of Sydney-based architect Koichi Takada and introduces conversations around the importance of agile and adaptable architecture in achieving a sustainable future.
Originally built in 1977, the Royal Norwegian Embassy has been revitalized and extended by Curtis Fentress and his design team at Fentress Architects providing a sustainable, functional, and accessible 21st-century office environment for foreign diplomats and staff, imbued with the values of Handlekraft (vigor), Arbeidsglede (joy of work), Profesjonalitet (professionalism), and Åpenhet (openness).
Designed as a condensed city by Mateo Arquitectura, ESMA (École Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques) in Montpellier, France is a public educational building that includes a range of facilities and student housing.
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.
Named Real de Los Reyes, Miguel de la Torre's group of houses is located in the Coyoacan borough, south Mexico City, where museums, craft markets, and public spaces full of history stand out, preserving a colonial and bohemian style.
The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies have unveiled the names of over 150 recipients of the International Architecture Awards 2023. The program takes place every year and aims to acknowledge the most noteworthy and inspiring building and urban planning projects across the globe.
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.
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