Overlooking some of the largest casino resorts across the river, the development is set to be an integrated cultural tourism-oriented complex with two high-rise Grade-A office towers and a series of retail, banquet, entertainment and leisure venues.
Ericsson Globe, or Globen as it is commonly known, will be developed into a modern multi-arena and C.F. Møller Architects has been entrusted with developing one of Stockholm’s most famous buildings.
The Regatta Foreshore Walk project develops an existing public recreation space at the southern end of a foreshore reserve. The lakeside project designed by day bukh architects presented an opportunity to redevelop a unique cultural and historical recreational area.
Leisure destination with a 2,000 sqm snow centre featuring two real-snow slopes; a 12-screen cinema with the largest IMAX screen in the UK; a bowling alley; an indoor trampolining centre; a 130 room hotel; and a variety of shops, bars and restaurants.
The design draws on the ‘patchwork’ of building styles within the Brighton cityscape and reinterprets them as part of a progressive and sustainable new quarter. The result is an exemplar urban design for mixed-use development.
Design: Stefano Boeri Architetti and MVSA Architects
The Wonderwoods plan comprises two towers, 90m and 70m in height, that will be used for living, working, relaxing and entertainment. The highest tower is on the Croeselaan.
The 10,000-sq-ft headquarters and youth centre for UK charity Youthscape, designed by HOK, has been recognised with an Inspirations Award by Contract magazine.
The aim of the project has been to turn the office cubicle inside out with an array of inspiring spaces for every type of working style or activity, complemented by hospitality, lifestyle and wellbeing offerings.
Architects: The Architectural Design and Research Institute of Harbin Institute of Technology
The functional layout design is mainly based on the rational organization of events and the environment space shaping during and after events to provide athletes and citizens with diverse activity spaces.
Design: AART architects
Denmark’s Rowing Stadium at Bagsværd Lake fulfils the vision of creating a rowing stadium in an international league of its own. Beautifully situated with water and forest on all sides, it is a place that accommodates both the elite and the broader public.
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: Diamond Schmitt Architects
Diamond Schmitt Architects is among a shortlist of firms selected to design a new civic centre for the Toronto suburb of Etobicoke. The scheme was recently presented at a public event.
Design: ELÍAS RIZO ARQUITECTOS
Situated in a commercial area to the west of the city of Guadalajara, the project developed from the idea of creating a building with a removable metal frame capable of holding a machine with artificial waves for surfing.
Design: ikon.5 architects
Located in Newark’s South Ward in a residential neighborhood bordering Weequahic Park, an Olmsted-designed landscape, the TREC provides vital education, training and recreation services to the underserved citizens of Newark.