World Architecture News – December 2009 : Buildings across the Globe, Images

Global Architecture News December 2009

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Global Architectural News – Dec 2009

World Architecture Developments in Dec 2009

Ordos Protestant Church, Mongolia : Beijing Sunlay Architectural Design
Ordos Protestant Church
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This building is located on top of a hill of Ordos. Planned as a green open space for the city, the project takes its inspiration from the topography of the land. The surrounding landscape offers a strong contrast of colors and depth, creating a rich changing background from day time to night time for the church’s settlement. It sets framed views of the church in a characterized landscape of excavated rocks proper to a city like Ordos, in Inner Mongolia.

Oppenheim Architecture + Design, Miami : Basel Office opens

Multi-Level Parking voestalpine, Austria : xarchitekten

Rossignol Global Headquarters – Grenoble, France : Hérault Arnod Architectes

Barclays Center, New York : Development News

Mikou Design Studio, Paris : Latest Profile to be added
Rio tower
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European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany : COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

Campus Palmas Altas, Seville : Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

NEO Bankside, London : Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Parkview Green, Beijing : Winston Shu of Integrated Design Associates

Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin : Santiago Calatrava

London Olympic Stadium, UK : Progress News

The Shard, London : Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Snow Russia, Sochi : Asadov Architectural Studio

Torshavn Education Centre, Faroe Islands : BIG – new images added

Bug Dome, Shenzhen – Hong Kong Biennale : C-Laboratory

Art Bridge, Los Angeles : wHY architecture

The Wright, New York : Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum restaurant

Chelsea Barracks, London : Winning Architects Team

World Cup Stadiums – South Africa 2010

Architecture News November 2009

Site Redesign
The site redesign is underway. Aimed at making navigation easier in a wider format suited to today’s typical monitor sizes. The drawing in the header is by acclaimed Danish illustrator Kristian Eskild Jensen, who works in Copenhagen.

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