‘I Saw The World End still’, London – British And Japanese Artists Es Devlin And Machiko Weston collaborate on new commission by IWM to commemorate 75th Anniversary of Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Tooley Street Triangle wayfinding beacon design by Charles Holland Architects – London Bridge Station public realm improvement transforms overlooked piece of pavement into a local landmark.
HyperLane development Chengdu, Sichuan, China: 2.4km multi-level linear sky park, youth culture and lifestyle destination at the heart of the city’s music and arts university district. It establishes a vibrant and fun orientated linear space.
Russian public realm by SWA/Balsley and 5+design – model of landscape urbanism and placemaking at city’s historic train station: poised to become city’s next great urban park and public attraction.
King Street Pedestrianisation Bristol landscape by LDA Design: one of the city’s most iconic streets is set for transformation after a successful campaign, creating a new open space and place to socialise.
The Ministry of Culture in Croatia has announced the winners of the “Vladimir Nazor” Award for 2019. 3LHD was awarded the annual award in the architecture and urbanism category with Urania.
Sky Mirror, Xintiandi Style, Huangpu, Shanghai, tries to guide people to sit down and looking at the sky together through the combination of two stainless steel art installations with different functions – the mirror and the chair.
Designed by NEON Shiver House was previously installed in 2015 as part of the Barfotastigen exhibition in Korppoo, Finland. The project was intended to be in-situ for 4 months only, but it was kept on-site on a longer-term basis.
Redcliffe Way Bristol shared space news: bold reclamation of a dual carriageway proposed by a Bristol community and LDA Design – radical changes support more walking and cycling.
TIRPITZ – a sanctuary in the sand, acting as a gentle counterbalance to the dramatic war history of the site in Blåvand on the west coast of Denmark, by architects: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group.
Designed by Stevens Lawson Architects, Blyth Performing Arts Centre sits in a suburb of Hastings, amidst trees on a gentle slope near the entry to Iona College as a new symbol and public gesture of welcome.
When considering the approach for a park located six miles north of Istanbul city center, Dror asked themselves: how do we draw strangers-to-nature to this destination?
ProRail, responsible for the Dutch railway network together with the national supervisor for railway architecture started a campaign to make waiting more comfortable. Smaller stations can be desolate and dull. What can architects do to improve them?
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.