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Design: KAMJZ, architects
The reborn state of Libya needs now all the efforts to address the negative legacy of the past decade.The Central Bank of Libya as one of the key institutions in the country could act as a showcase of a successful transformation in a new economic system with stability, independence and safety as the key words in this process. This building proposal focuses on implementing them in the core of the design.
Design: gmp – Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner
A new football stadium for Tripoli: the groundbreaking ceremony for the National Stadium in the new sports park, which was designed by the architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp) took place on Wednesday 26 February 2014. The ceremony took place in the presence of the Libyan Prime Minister, Ali Seidan, the German Ambassador, Christian Much, the football legend Franz Beckenbauer and the gmp Project Manager, Hans-Joachim Paap. gmp has been commissioned with the scheme design for the project as well as the detailed design.
Tripoli Congress Center building design by Tabanlıoğlu Architects: following the economic revival, an intensive urban and architectural movement began in Libya; new innovative and prestigious buildings in Tripoli started to signify the development, power and contemporary style.
Museum of Conflict Tripoli, Libya Design Competition design by Metropolitan Workshop, Architects: the museum will house permanent and special exhibitions on Libya’s unique history, telling the story of campaigns and conflicts that have shaped the country from colonial power to independent state.
The 7th of October University at Bani Walid is one of 27 new campuses commissioned by the Libyan government: the new school will accommodate 3,250 students from surrounding communities and provide academic programs in language, business, education and medical technology.
At an historic ceremony amongst the archaeological treasures of Cyrene in the Green Mountain region of Eastern Libya, Saif al-Islam Gadafi, signed the Cyrene Declaration witnessed by an invited audience of journalists, VIP’s and people’s representatives from Libya and abroad.
Astudio is delighted to announce that it has won the Future Projects Award at Mipim this year in the Big Urban Projects category. The project is a large mixed use Culture and Media City in the heart of Tripoli.
Building on a decade of experience in university and college masteplanning in the UK and Ireland, BDP has won the commission to design seven new universities as part of a major programme of educational development by the ODAC (Organisation for the Development of Administrative Centres) an agency of the Libyan Government.