Criticism for New European headquarters of Bloomberg LP, designed by architects Foster+Partners, winner of 2018 RIBA Stirling Prize: an ‘exemplar of sustainable development’, with a BREEAM Outstanding rating – the highest design-stage score ever achieved by any major office development.
21 Young Street Sculpture by Shaun Leane – Arbour artwork in Kensington by internationally acclaimed fine jewellery designer, with Cumbrian blacksmith, for his first foray into the architecture and public arts realm.
The Bazeley Partnership selected Kebony, a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects to clad the exterior of the holiday cottages due to its enhanced durability, sustainable qualities and unique aesthetic.
Verticality emphasised through façade’s vivid vertical rhythm, creating a new landmark for Makati financial district. Design is now underway on Woods Bagot’s first major project in Manila – a 36-storey Grade-A office tower in the city’s prominent Makati financial district.
Regent Street RIBA Windows competition winners news. Some of Regent Street’s leading retailers, including Jo Malone London, L’Occitane and lululemon, partnered with emerging and established architects to create a series of unique shop windows.
PARADIGM DH designed Concrete with translucency sets special effects through play of light and shadow on the Capital Bank’s Facade in Jordan with Self-Supporting LUCEM Light-Concrete Walls.
The Regent Street RIBA Windows competition returns for its eighth year. The project sees some of Regent Street’s leading retailers, including Jo Malone London, L’Occitane and lululemon, partnered with emerging and established RIBA Chartered Architects to create a series of unique shop windows.
Union Street Aberdeen, cleaning granite facades in North East Scotland – revitalising the city centre shopping area – Aberdeen Union Street cleaning, funding & building refurbishment news: stone facades.
Design: CAZA (Carlos Arnaiz Architects) – award for this multi-level building landscape, growing from an expansive public park on grade to a vertically-hanging arboretum along the circulation cores, and up towards a health-themed urban roof farm.
The new city hall in Deventer unites the old historical city hall with a new city office. The City Hall’s design by Neutelings Riedijk Architecten seamlessly blends in with Deventer’s typical urban tradition of gardens and squares that are interconnected via alleys, pathways and gates.
Designed by Rafael de La-Hoz Arquitectos and located in the city’s financial heart, just a few steps from La Castellana, the project the project is a benchmark for innovation, sustainability and design, developed by Zurich Group, to accommodate offices, achieving the A Energy Performance Certificate and the LEED Gold rating.
C. F. Møller, Architects’ building is making a bold statement on the campus of the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, blending in and standing out at the same time with its unique façade and innovative interior layout for cutting-edge research.
Situated in Hudson Square, between SoHo and Tribeca, this building has a strongly-modelled facade of dark aluminum reflective fins, creating strong shadows. Setback zoning requirements are played with to create mini garden terraces. New York City’s strict dormer rule can limit architectural design, but here it launched innovation.
A 2 million sqft building development comprising two high-rise towers plus new public spaces and pedestrian links through downtown. The buildings are in rapidly changing Transbay Area, close to Market and the financial district. They provide 1.35 million sqft of office space and 650,000 sqft of residential units.