M4H Merwe-Vierhavens, Rotterdam, design by DELVA Landscape Architecture| Urbanism: the future in the making – spatial framework, a basis for a new zoning plan and for future investments.
The Royal Wharf Pier wins Transport & Infrastructure (Unbuilt winner) category at 2019 New London Awards. Developed by Ballymore & Oxley and designed by Nex—, it’s a new riverboat terminal and public space on the Thames.
Topping out of £21m residential development, Plaza 1821 at Princes Dock, part of £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters scheme, for the Regenda Group, and Your Housing Group, design by Manchester architects Hodder and Partners.
Provencher_Roy and the Port of Montreal have moved forward with the restoration of the Grand Quay site and cruise terminal.
Kengo Kuma & Associates, in team with Cornelius Vöge, Søren Jensen engineers and Niels Sigsgaard, wins architect competition for New Aquatics Centre on Copenhagen’s Waterfront.
Designed by Heams & Michel Architectes On the Port of Cannes is a wooden structure sitting on a concrete base in the marina. Rising only one level, it is home to services for boaters in Cannes.
That’s Yacht All: Marina Architecture Is In – when it comes to designing a marina, there is literally a world of inspiration to take from. The functions of a marina are basic and form the building blocks of some interesting designs.
Innovative Oceanix City design by celebrated Danish architect Bjarke Ingels: BIG and partners propose a vision for the world’s first resilient and sustainable floating community for 10,000 residents.
Projet pour le site de Fontvieille in Monaco, architecture design by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas – restructuring and extension, grouping cultural spaces, commercial spaces and urban landscape.
Europahafenkopf Bremen buildings in northwest Germany by COBE Architects: 77,000 sqm harbourfront project designed by the Danish architectural firm under leadership of architect Dan Stubbergaard.
A beach house in Camber Sands designed by RX Architects, a building to withstand extreme environment, maximising views across this fantastic expanse of sandy beach in East Sussex, England.
Halic Shipyards at the Golden Horn, Istanbul, Turkey, design by Tabanlioğlu Architects, highly commended in the category ‘Future Projects – Commercial Mixed Use’ at World Architecture Festival.
Exciting new cultural tourism space along the shores of Dubai’s iconic Creek, merging the city’s past with its present. Overall master plan, plus design and construction supervision of the eastern section which follows a more traditional heritage style by GAJ.
Dutch yacht builders enjoy a reputation as some of the finest shipyards on earth, with a growing fleet of iconic yachts for sale and charter.