Valley Towers by MVRDV at Amsterdam CBD Zuidas

Valley Towers by MVRDV at Amsterdam CBD Zuidas

The Valley contains offices topped with residences. The jagged, natural stone façade is defined via a parametric tool developed by architects MVRDV with Arup Amsterdam. This provided real-time control over quantities of daylight and sunlight, over structural limitations and required privacy. No two apartments are alike.

S1 King’s Cross Building

S1 King’s Cross Building

Mossessian Architecture submits planning application for 26,172 sqm office building adjacent to building S2. The building is located on the corner of Handyside Street and Canal Reach. Both buildings are clad in tuff stone, black volcanic lava stone from Armenia, a first for UK buildings of this scale.

Punjab Kesari Headquarters Office in Delhi

Punjab Kesari Headquarters Office Building, Delhi NCR

Translation of a traditional Indian facade pattern (Jali) using digital simulations into an iterative processes to create a responsive built form. Sustainability is central to the design by Studio Symbiosis Architects, via optimized natural lighting, cross ventilation and heat gain reduction. Landscape flows inside the building through an urban lobby.