The Snøhetta-designed Fish Market building serves both as a focal point for the community of Muttrah and as a hub for Oman’s thriving fishing industry. This new waterfront landmark is on the lively corniche west of Muscat, on the coast of Gulf of Oman.
Pike Place Marketfront building in Seattle, design by The Miller Hull Partnership in this highly compact, complete urban neighborhood, expandsion forms a web of layered spatial experiences.
Neil Tomlinson Architects commissioned for a new stage of work at New Covent Garden Market in London’s Nine Elms, a scheme the architecture practice has been involved with continually since its original masterplan for the market’s future development in 2011.
Designed by architect Josep Miàs the new metal figures create new market spaces for Barceloneta Market, not touching the ground, but suspended from the old structure, the old and new, never really overlap structurally, rather they do so in a false equilibrium.
Design: Tengbom, Architects. Award news – the temporary structure has been a popular success with almost twice as many visitors per week as the historic market hall building and an increase in the trader’s turnover of up to 50%.
Design: b720 architecture studio
This reflective building is energetic and captivating. This 14th Century market didn’t have a permanent structure for 85 years. The surface is fractured, cut around the edges and bent upwards.
Smithfield London, Building, History, Projects, Photos, News, Designs, Property, Images Smithfield Buildings, London Market Buildings in central-east London, England : Built Environment Information Museum of London West Smithfield International Design Competition photograph © Adrian Welch Museum of London Building Competition – 14 Jan 2016 The Museum of London has announced that Malcolm Reading Consultants, the…
Roquetas de Mar Market in Spain: building restoration design by OOIIO Architecture, enhancing that evocative roof is what we understand as the great opportunity to highlight of the project and get an excellent contemporary market.
Design: John McAslan & Partners
John McAslan’s Smithfield proposal is ‘sophisticated’, states English Heritage.
Save Britain’s Heritage calls the plans the ‘worst mutilation of a major Victorian building in 30 years’.
The market halls date from 1883, but derelict for the last 15 years, are facing a controversial £160m plan to scoop out their innards and insert six-storey blocks of shops and offices in their place.
The Victorian Coalition Government has announced the builder of a major warehousing development for the new state-of-the-art Epping Wholesale Fruit, Vegetable and Flower Market, Minister for Major Projects David Hodgett said today.
“Hansen Yuncken, an experienced Victorian-based construction company has been selected as the builder of market warehousing at Epping”.
The Moor Market, Sheffield, England, design by Leslie Jones Architecture, Architects, drew inspiration from traditional market halls and used innovative modern construction techniques and high quality materials to create this exciting building.
Nou Mercat dels Encants, New Barcelona Building, Catalonia Architecture Nou Mercat dels Encants Barcelona New Catalonian Building, Spain – design by Fermín Vázquez, b720 architecture studio 31 May 2013 Nou Mercat dels Encants Barcelona Design: architect Fermín Vázquez, studio b720 Location: Barcelona, Spain New Market Encants, Barcelona URBAN CONTEXT AND ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAM AS ESSENTIAL ASPECTS…
Novo mesto central market lies in the very centre of the historical town core in the immediate vicinity of the main town square. Despite this, it feels somewhat removed today, being separated by its level and oriented towards the low-quality city space of Florjanov Square.
Leadenhall Market London, Arcaded Building, Image, Design, Property, Photographs Leadenhall Market, London Photos of Historic City Building, England: Arcade Architecture – by Sir Horace Jones 12 Nov 2012 Leadenhall Market Building New photo from 12 Nov 2012: photo © Adrian Welch Address: Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 1LR Phone: 020 7332 1961 Design: Sir Horace Jones…