Designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, Portes Bonheur, le Chemin des Carrières in Rosheim, France opened on the 5th and 6th October 2019.
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.
The Case for a River Thames Cultural Vision, a new report by Publica, that sets out how the we can utilise the Thames’ potential to transform London’s cultural life.
New Cultural Quarter in Ipswich, Suffolk, UK: WG+P Architects (Waind Gohil + Potter) have designed a new theatre square and pavilion as part of a wider mixed-use development to revive the Westgate area of Ipswich.
A landmark building by RIBA Award-winning architects, dMFK, has been granted planning permission by Camden Council. The seven-storey triangular complex will occupy a prominent corner site in the centre of Kentish Town.
Joan Miquel Seguí’s intervention for the Palma Intermodal Station upgrade in Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, focuses on two aspects: covering the access and emphasizing the location of the entrance.
Ho Chi Minh City Central Park Competition, Vietnam, design by LAVA architects / ASPECT Studio: sunken gardens provide performance and play spaces in 16 hectare park.
Designed by ALA Architects, Oodi has proven to be extremely popular with Helsinki residents and visitors alike. The library welcomed its one millionth visitor already in March 2019 with daily visits topping at 20,000.
London’s Bridges on Film, a new free online film collection looking at how the Thames and its iconic bridges have inspired filmmakers for 100+ years and become central to London’s global identity on film.
A look back at The Stairs in Rotterdam by MVRDV, Architects. The scaffolding structure, assembled by Dutch Steigers, took visitors 29 metres up to the roof top of the Groot Handelsgebouw. The structure commemorated 75 years of the Dutch city’s reconstruction.