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  • At a spectacular groundbreaking ceremony and party hosted by developer Ornate Spaces in Mumbai, the 3XN designed residential and mixed use project ‘Grove Towers’ was unveiled. A Cluster of trees which seemingly braid together 3XN’s design team was invited for the event which unveiled the 77.000 m2 project inspired by the Indian nature and Mumbai’s mangroves. […]


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  • 3XN’s vision to create an open, inspiring and social learning environment for a new technical faculty wins competition with 25 entries. It is the ambition that the new building for the technical faculty of the German university Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) is to be a lighthouse project for academic learning – an innovative and productive learning […]


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The new City Hall and cultural center in the Dutch city of Nieuwegein, is designed to create cohesion and the foundation for a stronger local community. A modern participatory democracy requires transparency and communication at eye level in the encounter between citizen and authority. These elements have been the core of Danish practice 3XN’s design. “It […]


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Coins represent a real versus a nominal value. History shows that ancient coins represent a real value of the material. Currently value is based on agreements. This project shows the transformation of function and value related to the material. Coins are reduced to an outline showing their new value as being jewelry. This everyday object is reshaped and […]


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Transparency unveils the lake and the woodland. The pavilion is an open, multi-use space intended for the event Casa Cor 2008 and kept as lounge for announcements of InPar constructors. The 20-m span with seven trellises spaced 6.20 m stabilize the head-winded laterals. The footbridge connects the existing building. Glazed lateral walls are acoustically sloped. […]


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Saint Petersburg’s October Railway Central Museum has been in existence since 1978, and is located at the Embankment of Bypass Channel, 114. After the closure of the Varshavsky (“Warsaw”) Railway Station in 2001, the most bulky exhibits – more than a hundred steam engines, locomotives, and cars from Shushara Station (Pushkin District of Saint Petersburg) […]


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