Design: J. MAYER H. und Partner, Architects
The design aimed to ensure the perfect outcome for his passion project. The chef wanted to create and immersive environment to captivate his guests. The chef’s style of cooking and menu is heavily influenced by the surroundings, hence, the interior had to reflect that.
Design: Kleinewelt Architekten
The building was constructed in 1932 as a catering factory for workers. Later in 1950s, it was repurposed into pharmaceutical factory and later as offices. The original Constructivist appearance of the building had been completely destroyed.
A new store selling women’s lingerie designed by architectural studio Dreamdesign (Kyiv, Ukraine), known for its love for simple luxury, sensual textures, and subtextual meanings.
Design: Madeleine Blanchfield Architects
This 6-bedroom New South Wales waterfront property is spread over 3 levels. The social spaces in the house are elevated – living, kitchen and dining – whilst the lower level’s private spaces open onto the garden and sea view.
New property designed by 6a architects with 3 buildings and gardens on a long thin site. The studio, offices & archive for photographer Juergen Teller form a light-filled, flexible, informal and welcoming set of spaces; with a natural flow and sociability.
RIBA Stirling Prize 2017 buildings + architects news
Six buildings shortlisted for 22nd Royal Institute of British Architects Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building, with unusually few big names other than RSHP.
The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre is one of the largest redevelopment projects in the British Museum’s 260-year history. Designed by senior partner Graham Stirk, with partner John McElgunn as project architect, the building’s simple exterior belies the complexity of the site, and marks a new phase of the practice’s architectural output.
Multiplex appoints architecture practice Arney Fender Katsalidis as Executive Architect alongside concept architects make for 80 Charlotte Street and 65 Whitfield Street by Derwent London, at 380,000 sqft one of the largest construction projects in Fitzrovia, Central London.
Architects: CCTN Architectural Design Co. Ltd
The winter Olympics Plaza locates at the northwest part of the original factory, to the south of Fushi Road, to the north of Xin’an Street. The show lake at the north and the Shijingshan Mountain at the west bring about splendid natural landscape.
This building design by Baynes and Mitchell Architects champions progressive conservation, inventive re-use and adaptation of existing fabric. The historic fabric is respected, with the complex of buildings given a new lease of life.
Design proposal by OMI Architects to form two groups of buildings straddling a new public square. The development opens a pedestrian route from Chapel Street to the New Bailey area, Spinningfields and Manchester city centre. 375 apartments and 870sqm of commercial & retail space.
Architects: Keppie Design ; Masterplan by Niall McLaughlin Architects
£10m regeneration of riverside site as an office development to provide accommodation for around 350 workers.