World Architecture News – April 2008: Buildings across the Globe, Images

Global Architecture News : April

Architecture News April 2008

Global Architecture News : April 2008

World Architecture News in April 2008

Jesus College Cambridge : Richard Murphy
Jesus College Cambridge
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Richard Murphy Architects to develop proposals before a formal appointment is made.
Outline by RMA: “The project is for, in a first phase, a 290 seat music auditorium, foyer, practice rooms, etc and a 70-bed boutique hotel. A second phase indicates a sports hall/studio theatre and third phase a Research Institute. For the time being the College has asked us not to publish the drawings.

Aarhus Concert Hall : C. F. Møller

Dingleton Boiler House : Studio DuB

Multifaith Centre : Moriyama & Teshima

Abramson Teiger : Recent Projects

Carnegie Pavilion : Will Alsop

Clydebank Bridge : RMJM

Tutti Frutti : Architects

Cumayasa complex : A-cero

King’s Place : Dixon Jones

Østerbrogade 105 : C. F. Møller

KMAR Amsterdam : Zvi Hecker

Jægersborg Water Tower : Dorte Mandrup Architects

Marché Permanent de Béthune : Zvi Hecker

One Window house : Touraine Richmond Architects

Belgrade Theatre : Stanton Williams

Silverstone Pit : HOK Sport Architecture

Holmbladsgade Centre : Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter

Batumi Aquarium & Aviary : Zvi Hecker

Milan Furniture Fair : Zaha Hadid

Lord’s Masterplan : various architects

Ten Museum Park : OPPENheim Architecture + Design

Euston Station Regeneration : Foreign Office Architects

Celosia housing : MVRDV

Super Tower : Popularchitecture

Bijlmer Station : Grimshaw

Guggenheim Museum Vilnius : Zaha Hadid

Pritzker Prize : Jean Nouvel

Key Projects on the site:

Burj al Arab

Manchester Law Courts

German Buildings

London Buildings

Buildings / photos for the World Architecture News 2008 page welcome

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