MORE proposed a radical design strategy, not based on program, but on embracing change. The key driver for this new Chinese office building is the unpredictability of the environment and the ability of the office to adapt.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects design for the new CaoHeJing Guigu Creative Headquarters in Shanghai aims to be a platform for innovation. The new Headquarters will help high-tech firms develop, and collaborate locally and internationally. This will act as an accelerator for new technology in China.
i29 interior architects has redesigned the new lobby, meeting area and restaurant for BKR, the Dutch national credit registration center in Tiel, Holland.
Burda Bebek company’s office is situated in Istanbul and has an area of nearly 500 square metres. Together with colours that reflect its corporate identity, the office was designed to be modern, integral and functional by Istanbul based nord architecture design.
RDA’s studio has undergone many transformations in its lifetime. From a bakery in the 1880s, to a dental surgery to an architectural studio. RDA were keen to reflect the buildings history when renovating.
MAX Architects has completed the £35 million, 150,000 sq ft mixed-use redevelopment of 25 Wilton Road in London Victoria for Royal London Asset Management (RLAM).
Nomadic office trends inspired ISSADESIGN to create the Montreal main offices for Sologlobe. Various environments were created for employees to circulate and work freely according to their needs, divided on two levels.
Architecture practice Orms has completed work on the major redevelopment of 79-86 Chancery Lane, London, comprising of contemporary office space, five apartments and retail space.
This renovation project, aiming to create an institute of digital arts, is located in an old sugar factory building located in Beijing and was designed by JSPA DESIGN.
This project by Pich Architects’ main objectives are the integral remodeling of the current building in order to update and revitalize the facade, make flexible, optimize and modernize the interior spaces.
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.
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.
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.