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  • The Torino Porta Susa railway station is the first Italian station on the high speed Paris-Romeline. The station is an extensive hub where travellers can change easily from one mode of transport – high speed train, regional train, metro, bus, tram, car or two-wheeled vehicle – to another. It is also a centre of services […]


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  • The new bridge for pedestrians and cyclists over the Rhone in Lyon – la passerelle de la Paix – reveals the landscape and urban changes. This portion of the river is part of the development of the city to the North. The footbridge links the conference centre ‘Cité Internationale’ and St. Claire as well as […]


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 Center was planned by the Forward architectural firm following a commission by the Association of the Almada / Setúbal Science and Technology Park – Madan Parque. Located in Portugal, on a site nearby the Faculty of Sciences and Technology – Nova University and is designed to host the Company Innovation program and a Data Center […]


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Masterplan The projected communal space is part of the masterplan sector f38/1 of Zaragoza. It’s located on the terraced hillsides within the natural environment of “Cabezo Cortado” which in turn is located at the southern border of the city. Interestingly, it is also in this part of the city where a new area of urban […]


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The children´s library, located in the west part of “La Ciudadela”, can be accessed from the interior of the building or from the street, and it is sectioned by the perimeter corridor of the building. The project for this area connects both sections and guarantees the safety of the children. The section beside the street […]


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The ME Hotel – the first flagship hotel in which everything, from the shell of the building to the bathroom fittings has been designed by Foster + Partners – has opened in London. An elegant fusion of interior and exterior design, the scheme completes the grand sweep of buildings that make up the Aldwych Crescent, […]


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