Designed by Godwin Austen Johnson Architects the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club building is without doubt one of Dubai’s original iconic landmarks, so much so the memorable structure has been emblemised on the 20 Dirham note.
Turner Rooms, Margate building – design by David Chipperfield Architects, expansion of the architecture practice’s Turner Contemporary gallery on the Kent waterfront, a hostel with 100 sea-facing rooms plus new public spaces.
Largest Water Themed Attraction in the Middle East: Atlantis, The Palm as the flagship resort on The Palm Jumeirah – was the first resort to open its doors on Dubai’s revolutionary island. The building contains 1,539 rooms, redefining tourism in Dubai, UAE.
The client asked for a building that would become a symbol for Dubai. Sydney has it’s Opera House and New York has the Statue of Liberty so Dubai would also have a building for people to associate with it.
Peel Energy, the low carbon energy arm of Peel Land and Property, plans to develop a district heat network at its ambitious £5 billion Liverpool Waters development transforming the River Mersey waterfront.
Aquatecture 2018 Design Competition: Water – an element in nature that life is constantly surrounded by; an element that has given birth to life on Earth and continues to support it. Although we made our shift to land, our bond with water still remains significant.
With a completely re-conceptualized conversion and extension, the Wadden Sea Centre – gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Ribe on the west coast of Denmark – by architects Dorte Mandrup, shortlisted at WAF 2018.
Design: Foster + Partners. Grand opening of new building for the Yacht Club de Monaco. Opening celebrations were held on Friday at the Yacht Club de Monaco, led by HSH Prince Albert II and attended by Lord Foster and the club’s members.
The Royal Vancouver Yacht Club’s new Dock Building, designed by Michael Green Architecture, is an example of industrial architectural elegance crafted from a modest budget.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects wins competition to design the Maritime Knowledge Hub at Wirral Waters in Liverpool, United Kingdom
How do you create a touristic landmark that catches people’s attention whilst fluidly merging with the surroundings? Connecting landscape and landmark formed a basis for the winning design by NEXT architects for the Hoge Blekker, a watchtower on the Belgian coast.
This architecture competition aims to improve the Porto Corallo promenade, stretching from the mouth of the river Flumendosa to the beach of Porto Su Tramatzu, Sardinia. The 1st prize is 10,000 Euros.
Luxury vehicle insurance broker and incident service provider Novo signs a five-year lease of 2,500 sqft at No. 12 Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters. The firm currently occupies space in ‘The Quay’ the serviced office provision also located at No. 12 Princes Dock.
Planning application approve 8 former shipping containers at Collingwood Dock, to be transformed into a new heritage trail visitor centre highlighting the long and illustrious history of the north Liverpool and Bootle docks.