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Enota
Hermans Square


The new business residential building is located at an important location in the old city centre in Celje. The land intended for construction is a part of a larger degraded non-built up area, which was somewhat forgotten for decades and exempt from the development of the city. Through the years a very heterogeneous structure evolved […]


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Serero Architectes
Museum of the Fromelles Fight


Fromelles, France, July 19th 1916. Several battalions of the 5th australian Division bravely cross the German front lines. Unfortunately, due to the allies miscommunication, the Germans surrounded them, until the end of the battle in the morning of July 20. The injured are cared for, prisoners interviewed, dead bodies gather and buried in five graves […]


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Enota
Terme Olimia Kranjska Gora


Kranjska Gora is a well-known ski resort town, almost qualifying as luxury, at least in the context of Slovenia. It lies on a plain by the source of the Sava Dolinka river and is encircled, particularly in the south, by a picturesque mountain landscape. The town has ample visitor accommodation but lacks indoor activities that […]


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Green Dot Awards
Call for submissions


If your product or services take into account environmental sustainability factors, you can enter to be recognized by one of the most prestigious international awards. Enter before October 20th to get your earlybird discount. Please take a moment to cast your vote for The People’s Choice Awards, created to honour life time achievements of environmentally […]


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World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF)
Shortlist 2011 part. 6


Future Projects – Competition Bjarke Ingels Group | Tallinn Town Hall (Tallinn, Estonia) The Town Hall aims to create an open public square (half inside, half outside)that will contain a municipal restaurant, conference hall, exhibitions, and informal meeting places whilst being in tune with the old medieval townscape. Comprised of ten individual departments, two for common space, and a […]


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Yongpeng Shen
Art Wall in Southbank


The project aims to minimize the impact between art precincts and  traffics, and integrating them into a new level which gains both benefits from them without ruining  our environment. The art is as the human being expression of thoughts  and emotions to our world. However, the new technology such as  computers, new transportation inventions has […]


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World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF)
Shortlist 2011 part. 5


FUTURE PROJECTS Future Projects – Infrastructure Architects 61 Pte Ltd. | Little India Mass Rapid Transit Station (Singapore) Redevelopment of an existing station, relocated canal and new underground highway. The design theme is based on a cultural icon- the Sari- and its flowing for’ reflects flowing water. The layout is designed to minimise the distances travelled by passengers and […]


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Hackenbroich Architekten
Grand Egyptian Museum


The Grand Egyptian Museum is more than an place to present the history of the culture of Egypt. It is a place where people meet from Egypt and all over the world; it is a place of cultural exchange. The actual place unfolds on the ground level, in the shade of the actual museums structure […]


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PAX.ARQ
F.A.C. – Fundación de Arquitectura Contemporánea


Act in the scenery of Cordoba is a very delicate and complex situation because his unit and are comprised of buildings dating from different historical periods, each with its importance and symbolism embedded in the memory of the city. The construction on the empty street of the chapter is the beginning of a new period […]


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gmp – Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner
Tower block complex of ten buildings in Nanjing, China


Following their success in winning first prize in an international competition, the architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp) have been commissioned to realize a tower block complex of ten buildings in Nanjing. The design by gmp is for a financial enterprise center on a site of about 80,000 square meters in this large eastern […]


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Kois Associated Architects
New Tai Pei Art Museum


When we started the design process we noticed that the site was a so-called terrain vague, urbanistically speaking a no man’s land with remnants of industrial installations. While it had some elements of exterior design like the sculpture garden on its west boundary with the prominent sculpture feature, on its south east boundary the amphitheater […]


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Söhne & Partner Architekten
Emirates Pearl


In close proximity to the world-famous Emirates Palace, at Corniche Road – the beach promenade – a premium location in the centre of Abu Dhabi, the planned hotel aims to position and prove itself among high-class business hotels. An expressive form – presenting a unique appearance from every perspective – and a luxurious and modern […]


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Norman Disney & Young
Barangaroo


Confirming Norman Disney & Young’s (NDY) position as a leading Australian engineering consultancy, the firm has been appointed by Lend Lease, the developer, and the design and construct Project Manager; as the Lead Services Consultant for the commercial office towers at Barangaroo, the groundbreaking mixed waterfront development in Sydney’s CBD. Barangaroo will bring together a […]


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Hackenbroich Architekten
Madrid Campus of Justice


The Madrid Campus of Justice appears as a “fortress” that opens up to the transport hub at the west of the site. The “walls”of the “fortress” are formed by the actual court buildings and the public parking at the perimeter of the site. This “fortress” embraces a raised public zone that allows the visitors to […]


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Ofis arhitekti
Football Stadium Fc Bate Borisov


The stadium opening is planned for 2012, when the City of Borisov celebrates a significant anniversary. Distribution of the program takes into account the natural advantages of location and existing interventions in the terrain and the fact that the stadium has 13.000 seats, has to obtain 4stars according to UEFA categorization and have additional 3.000m2 […]


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UNStudio
Observation Tower,’De Onlanden’


UNStudio’s design for an Observation Tower for ‘De Onlanden’ presented to Natuurmonumenten On September 22nd the design for an observation tower for the nature reserve ‘De Onlanden’, situated to the South-West of the City of Groningen, was presented to Natuurmonumenten (the Dutch Society for the Preservation of Natural Heritage) during the mini-symposium ‘Experience Nature with […]


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MET Studio
War Horse: Fact & Fiction – concept


London- and Hong Kong – based experiential designers MET Studio have been commissioned to create the new War Horse: Fact & Fiction exhibition at London’s National Army Museum in Chelsea. The exhibition is initially scheduled to run for a one-year period from Autumn 2011 and is aimed at a family audience.  ‘War Horse: Fact & […]


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Serero Architectes
Job Center Dervallières


An irregular pentagone This new Job Center is set widespread with a low building opening on a large reception hall to welcome the visitors. We took advantage of the strange original form of the site to design a unique irregular pentagon shaped structure scooped out in the middle. This building will be a key point […]


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ShortList_0 Design Group
Solar Plaza Fargo


This new downtown destination is a place to congregate, shop, eat, live and work.  It also generates its own solar power.  The Solar Plaza’s unique sculptural shape, with sweeping solar panel surface and curvaceous wraparound glass, adds a new dimension to the progressive development of renewable resources. Site design philosophy retains the pedestrian-scale experience at […]


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Richard Meier & Partners Architects
Royal Alberta Museum


Richard Meier & Partners was one of four architectural firms considered for the new museum in Canada. Although not selected, the firm is proud of its design which meets all the requirements established by the Government of Alberta. Under the Richard Meier & Partners plan, the site was envisioned to become a remarkable museum and […]


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