IDOM designed this hospital following the needs specified by the National Cardiovascular Centre’s management and medical departments, offering new solutions for a specialised reference hospital.
Design: Margot Krasojević Architects. Innovative pedestrian bridge design proposal for Ordos government. The bridge can sail – using a carbon fiber triple sail – into any location along the river or be moored using Caisson foundations, on the Wulanmulun River, Mongolia.
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Design: Margot Krasojevic. The Gobi desert has a dry prevailing Westerly wind which choreographs a shifting landscape, reforming dunes and redefining ecological terrains. The Gobi’s extreme climate and latitude contribute to the nature of the wind currents.
Barna Architects’ first prize-winning proposal of The National Archaeological Museum of Mongolia international architecture competition. The National Archaeological Museum of Mongolia is a multifunctional complex, containing research, educational, and exhibition space, and offices as well, all in all, making it the building floor area 50,000 sqm.
Benoy is delighted to announce the company’s expansion into Mongolia will begin with the exciting new Olympic Residence, a luxury mixed-use development commissioned in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
The project has been commissioned by the city of Ordos. It is an open Buddhist temple located on the outskirts of the Ordos desert, an area that is currently used for meditation and religious ceremonial offerings, Mongolian Buddhist rituals dictated the design.
Cable Car Station Building, Ordos Architecture, News, Design, Image Cable Car Stations Ordos Inner Mongolia Architectural Project, China – design by Margot Krasojevic 15 Aug 2011 Dichroic Illusion Stations Location: Ordos Shi, Kubuqi desert, Inner Mongolia, Peoples Republic of China Design: Margot Krasojevic Dichroic Illusion Stations Design Type: 2 cable car stations Designer: Margot Krasojevic…
Beijing Sunlay Design’ s proposal for the Yellow River Hotel of Jungar Banner. This building stands with a building area of 44560 m²above ground and has a building area of 23644 m²under ground, which adds to a total building area of 68204 m².
This project, commissioned by Mr. Fong Yun Gao, is a meeting are for exhibitions as part of an Urban Theme Park in Ordos. The structure will be set within an urban park acting as a public promenade and open-air foyer providing shelter to the rest of the site.
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.
Traditional cave dwellings in China, often referred as Yaodong, have been passed down from generations as they have proven to be superior in harsh environments particular to Inner Mongolia.
The Ordos 100 projects are challenged to go beyond the individuality of the villa in itself and achieve, in the togetherness of all 100 villas, an urban totality with a coherent sense of whole.
Ordos 100 Villa, Mongolian building – design by Slade Architecture, architects – Inner Mongolian architecture: Ordos 100 project