Dalkeith on Waratah designed by MJA Studio is a four storey mixed use development project and the first large scale development on Dalkeith’s main commercial strip in more than 30 years.
This new project designed by Elenberg Fraser puts the mixed in mixed-use, taking cues from our client to bring a bit of Singapore-style precinct urban planning and a tropical twist to this prominent site in the CBD.
Elenberg Fraser built the Ikebana development around courtyards that evoke the intense reflection of the famous Japanese rock gardens, and the ability to blend outdoor space with indoor – these central spaces offer respite from the urban surrounds, a place for contemplation.
This tower, designed by Elenberg Fraser, will see Melbourne move from the Mid-West USA city model to a new urban model of pencil thin skyscrapers that occupy minimal footprints whilst still offering all the amenity of towers based on larger podiums.
The building was commissioned by a private investor who was interested in revitalizing the zone and create a building that could house office spaces for rent. The architects for this were Lauster & Radu Arhitecti.
Marks Barfield Architects gained planning permission for 23,000 sq m mixed-use Stephenson House development. This will create 17 new homes including 6 at London Affordable Rents and retail space.
DIALOG Design’s redevelopment of the ancient Sears building has now been finished. Renamed Crosstown Concourse, the building has become an “urban magnet” and a true success story for regenerative design.
Dalston Works was designed by Waugh Thistleton Architects and comprises 121 apartments for rent alongside two ground level courtyards flanked by retail and restaurant spaces, and a flexible workspace hub caters to the growing creative community in Dalston.
Situated in the Innovation Park at Ullandhaug, Stavanger, the Archive House has been imaginatively designed by Lund+Slaatto Architects to provide a 14,000 sqm cultural research centre which includes a café, library, meeting facilities and exhibition space.
Designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects the Pinnacle One Yonge development, on Toronto’s waterfront, rethinks the typical mix of residential, commercial and retail space found in Toronto.
3XN’s first North American highrise has been commissioned by a Canadian developer, One Properties in Toronto, Canada. The 43 stories tall building is planned for Toronto’s vibrant and historic Church and Wellesley district.
This major new 426,073 sqm mixed use, commercial office, residential, hotel, retail and cultural development jointly designed by Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio – is set to revitalise Shanghai’s waterfront.
The Memorial complex should not be just a symbol of past times like a grandiose statue but more like a modern monument fit for the XXI century which would additionally enrich and animate the society.
The new building design by RLP Rüdiger Lainer + Partner Architects is the missing mosaic stone in the development area Sonnwendviertel. It is the beginning and transition to Helmut Zilk Park. Key challenges were high building density and a wide range of uses.