Portes Bonheur, le Chemin des Carrières in Rosheim, France, designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, Norway – ADC Awards nomination news for Oslo architecture office.
Designed by Slow Life Architects, LUX* La Baraquette, is a picturesque new waterfront resort in the charming port town of Marseillan. The development offers a diverse range of budgets and lifestyles, including a collection of Garden Suites and Apartments.
The Public Condenser building designed by Muoto Architects hosts a mix of activities including indoor and outdoor sports facilities, a restaurant, cafeteria, and various public spaces: a pedestrian square, street terraces, park areas for deliveries, bikes and cars.
In their design for the new head office and production site for Kirsch Pharma HealthCare GmbH in Wedemark, Germany, SAOTA rethinks the often underwhelming and generic industrial prototype.
Revitalization of Streets in Rybnik, southwestern Poland, by Toprojekt, Architects: the complete area of intervention is divided into smaller segments of streets with five main squares at specific intervals.
PDP London architects win architecture contest to create new green vision for South London’s Low Line, following path forged by railway viaducts through Bankside, London Bridge & Bermondsey.
The City of Sydney has announced Adjaye Associates with Sydneybased contemporary Aboriginal artist Daniel Boyd as the design team for a new public square, Plaza building and public artwork near Circular Quay in Sydney.
gmp refurbishes protected Hyparschale Building in Magdeburg by Ulrich Müther. Having stood empty for over 20 years, the refurbishment of the building will be carried out in line with monument preservation guidelines.
Designed by Miller Hull Partnership Del Mar Civic Center resolves this seaside village’s longstanding need for a centralized venue where people can come together to celebrate community and exercise civic engagement.
Designed by Saunders Architecture, Solberg Tower & Rest Area is located in Sarpsborg, which is is a green, flat and calm piece of South Norway and a traditional stopover for travellers.
Shortlist news: five green visions for the path forged by the railway viaducts through Bankside, London Bridge and Bermondsey, will be revealed for the first time.
Maitland’s Riverlink Building by architects CHROFI / McGregor Coxall wins Walter Burley Griffin Award for Urban Design at 2019 AIA awards. It extends a legacy of place-making public architecture.
Designed by Cox Architecture the South Morang Rail Extension provides improved access to public transport services for Melbourne’s northern communities.
Snøhetta has designed The Best Weapon installation which is currently showcased at the UN Headquarters Plaza in New York City, as a symbol of diplomacy and dialogue.