The Senate of Canada Building design by Diamond Schmitt Architects: a historic landmark in Ottawa re-opens as interim home to Canada’s upper house of Parliament, restoring Beaux-Arts central train station.
Elizabeth Peace CBE appointed as Chair of shadow Sponsor Board of the restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster building. AECOM and HOK are in the design team.
Exclusion of historians and archaeologists from Westminster Hall repair project doesn’t bode well for overall Palace of Westminster repairs. BDP and CH2M selected for vital renewal work on this world-famous Grade I listed building. The Houses of Parliament, with Westminster Abbey and St Margaret’s Church, is part of a UNESCO World Heritage site. Building work is to start in 2022.
Design: Gensler, architects
A new film released of the radical concept for a new temporary Houses of Parliament located on the River Thames, a solution for the long overdue refurbishment of the historic Palace of Westminster building.
Design: Bureau Architecture Méditerranée
The building needs to embody the idea of democracy in action, the Algeria of the future, freedom, peace, strong but deliberative power. The architecture must communicate a distinct national identity founded on universal values.
Design: gmp – von Gerkan, Marg and Partners: The new building was erected in Hanoi’s historic city center, at the site of the former People’s Building in the area known as the Citadel.
Alex Salmond suggests the Houses of Parliament should be rebuilt in Liverpool or Manchester. The current ‘patch and mend’ maintenance approach is no longer sustainable. Work to save the Grade I listed Palace of Westminster building is to start in 2022.
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects + KWC Architects
This joint venture design to transform Ottawa’s century-old train station building to become an interim home for The Senate of Canada has been approved by the National Capital Commission.
New Iraq Parliament Building, Project News, Design, Property Image New Iraqi Parliament Complex : Competition Iraqi Parliament Development – design by Assemblage Architects 10 Jan 2013 New Iraqi Parliament Building Design: Assemblage, Architects Project: New Iraqi Parliament Complex – Competition win Client: Iraq Government image from architects Announcement Assemblage has won the international architecture competition…
German Speaking Community Parliament Building, Eupen, Belgium, Architect, Belgian Architecture Parliament Building of the German Speaking Community in Belgium Belgian Governmental Building – design by Atelier Kempe Thill 17 Oct 2011 New Parliament Building of the German Speaking Community in Eupen START BUILDING PROCESS PARLIAMENT OF THE GERMAN-SPEAKING COMMUNITY EUPEN / BELGIUM English text (scroll…
European Parliament Strasbourg, Building, Architect, Images, French Architecture The European Parliament, Strasbourg European Parliament Building, France, Europe 14 Oct 2011 The European Parliament Strasbourg eastern France Architect: AS.Architecture-Studio pictures from AS.Architecture-Studio Programme Hemicycle and offices for the Head Office of the European Parliament including a hemicycle of 750 seats, 1133 offices for the members of…
European Parliament Brussels, Parlamentarium, New Belgian Building, Architecture, Project Parlamentarium Brussels : European Parliament Visitor Centre Visitors’ Centre Building in Belgium – design by ATELIER BRÜCKNER 11 Oct 2011 European Parliament in Brussels Now open: PARLAMENTARIUM Design: ATELIER BRÜCKNER Parlamentarium Brussels ATELIER BRÜCKNER designs visitors’ centre of the European Parliament in Brussels Beginning 14th of…
Wolf D. Prix / COOP HIMMELB(L)AU presents the new ‘Open Parliament of Albania’ in Tirana which incorporates fundamental democratic values such as openness, transparency and public co-determination.
The grand prize in the international architectural competition to design the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) Federal National Council’s (FNC) New Parliament Building Complex has been awarded to Ehrlich Architects, the Los Angeles, California, design firm.