London’s Royal Opera House has been reinvigorated following a major transformation by architect Stanton Williams and a team of over 30 contractors to enhance the experience for the public, staff and performers alike.
Wavegarden Scotland approved to develop Scotland’s first artificial surf park and leisure complex, which will be nestled within a 23 hectare country park at Craigpark Quarry near Ratho, Edinburgh.
Located by the new Crossrail exit at the crossroads of Oxford Street, Tottenham Court Road, New Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road, St Giles Circus has just started onsite and will provide two new live music venues within the Tin Pan Alley revival scheme.
The Yas Arena building designed by HOK Architects to be the first multipurpose built arena in the city designed to accommodate a wide variety of sport and entertainment events. The arena in Abu Dhabi will have a capacity of 18,000.
Planning application submitted for Scotland’s first artificial wave park. The proposal is to redevelop Craigpark Quarry near Ratho, Edinburgh into a word-class surf and leisure facility offering a variety of water sports on its man-made loch.
Design: Howeler + Yoon Architecture – the Circus Conservatory building will house America’s first accredited degree program in Circus Arts. As the anchor tenant of a peninsula, the new site plan will transform an undeveloped section of Portland into a vibrant artistic center.
Design: Architects of Invention
The Project of a new residential complex ORDYNKA. CLUB HOUSES COMPLEX has been presented. The buildings of the former Factory named after Marat were taken as a basis for the Project – they will be carefully renovated and will retain its historical appearance.
Design: Matteo Cainer Architects
The proposal for the new Suncheon Art Platform is strategically placed amidst historical and cultural trails of the old Suncheon Wall, acting thus as a new cultural hub and gateway for the Old City.
Design: The Evolved Architectural Eclectic Limited
‘Nature-friendly theme park’ for humans and horses, designed by the architects as a total paradigm shift from traditional horse-racing culture to horse-race-meets-theme-park.
Design: Now Architects and Grimshaw
The project was secured through an international design competition hosted by the Korea Racing Authority and organized by the International Union of Architects, receiving entries from 23 leading global practices.
Design: Sid Lee Architecture & FCSD architecture + design
The architectural intervention aimed to bring coherence to this space, open perspectives to better connect the spaces and identify their functions, and rework the vertical lines offered by the building.
Design: The Buchan Group, Architects: Planning Approval of the $300m expansion of SKYCITY Adelaide granted, paving the way for an “enduring and sophisticated icon” for Adelaide.
Design: MAD Architects
In 2010, MAD won the international open competition for Harbin Cultural Island, a master plan for an opera house, a cultural center, and the surrounding wetland landscape along Harbin’s Songhua River.
Design: Les architectes FABG
Located in the Laurentian ountains, 250 kilometers northwest of Montreal, Mont-Laurier is a small town where the forest industry still plays a centralrole despite a declining demand for lumber.