Designed by Maniramka & Associates Greenwood Sonata Towers is located in the new town Rajarhat, Kolkata. It is exclusive in design and form with its state of the art HiG apartments and green areas.
By redefining the way of inhabiting and occupying one territory, the Pekuliari Tower project, designed by MU Architecture announces a new relationship between humans and their natural habitat.
Designed by Beijing Institute of Architectural Design the total construction area of the whole Marine Sports Base project is only 27180 sqm, but the function is numerous and the ground level of the site is highly variable.
MVRDV has begun construction on Downtown One, a 140-metre-tall mixed-use skyscraper in Tirana that will become Albania’s tallest building.
BEHF Architects and German architectural firm JSWD Architekten have joined forces to develop The Icon Vienna with a total area of around 135,000 sqm.
Mecanoo reveals alternative proposal for Konka Office and Commercial Towers inspired by the small-scale urban tissue of historical Chinese towns.
Designed by Rocco Design Architects, Wesleyan House Methodist Church embraces a challenging site in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The building provides a sanctuary space for worshippers.
The Shenzhen North Station Huide Tower, designed by HPP is a multifunctional high-rise complex including a 258m tower is about to be completed on behalf of Shenzhen Metro Group and China Railway Group.
New Luxury Hotels in São Paulo, Brazil: Four Seasons São Paulo, Hotel e Residências Fasano Itaim and W São Paulo, all designed by Brazilian firm Aflalo/Gasperini Arquitetos and following the trend of hotel + residences.
Designed by MRTN Architects the Smiths Beach Surf Life Saving Tower was required to provide that most basic of architectural intents, shelter from the weather.
Pointilism have proposed a tower that responds to the sweeping views of Brisbane and its river. The architecture is driven by the desire for each room to be expressed as a framed bay window.
Picasso Towers Malaga, Costa del Sol building design by Carlos Lamela Architect: the first tower ‘Living’, has three swimming pools, spa, fitness centre, private cinema, playroom, co-working area and nursery.
Multi-level building landscape, growing from a public park to a vertically-hanging arboretum along circulation cores, and up to a health-themed urban roof farm, design by CAZA (Carlos Arnaiz Architects), New York
Controversial changes to Erno Goldfinger’s 1960s Balfron Tower in east London approved by planners. The Twentieth Century Society had called for redevelopment designs by Studio Egret West and Ab Rogers to be abandonded.