Major new square in Copenhagen: Karen Blixens Plads design by COBE. The square has an undulating landscape with hollow hills and low bicyclebeds creating a new and innovative way to park bicycles.
Team C.F. Møller wins ambitious urban development project Randers – Our River City. A green, healthy and diverse city where climate solutions open city life towards the tranquillity of nature.
The first part of Studio petrjanda/brainwork’s revitalization of the Prague riverfront area called Náplavka is coming to completion, making it one of the most attractive public embankments in Europe.
mateo arquitectura’s design for the new multimodal hub redevelopment is currently starting at the central axis which will channel all the flows of traffic meeting here, creating a new centrality of this site.
The Maersk Tower design by C.F. Møller Architects is a state-of-the-art research building: innovative architecture creates the optimum framework for world-class health research and forms a landmark in Copenhagen.
The Tivoli Hjørnet project design by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects on the western edge of Tivoli Gardens in central Copenhagen brings fresh excitement to the city’s urban core.
Make Architects’ new commercial scheme reveals and celebrates original Roman Wall and Saxon remains in London for the first time in decades.
Designed by Valerie Schweitzer Architects Bubble Shade are clear-stained aluminum pods with wide openings and oculi at their roofs provide a sequence of refuges for a park, urban plaza or backyard. They are modules that may increase in number depending on the size of the site and the need for shade.
Jakarta Jaya: the Green Manhattan, a green master plan proposal by SHAU Architects, has won a Smart Cities prize at the World Architecture Festival 2017. Residents will enjoy access to plenty of lush tropical parks, beaches, lakes and canals.
AECOM and Van Alen Institute, with 100 Resilient Cities announce finalists for global student ideas competition. It challenges multidisciplinary teams to help bridge the divide between thriving and struggling communities in regions around the world.
DIALOG Design’s redevelopment of the ancient Sears building has now been finished. Renamed Crosstown Concourse, the building has become an “urban magnet” and a true success story for regenerative design.
Following the “slight flavor of beef” the architects Design: Middle Interior Design Shenzhen Ltd. developed an “urban ranch” design theme. Integrated red brick, granite and wood shapes an interior reflecting in the British Industrial Revolution.
The SFA house is a refurbishment project. Architects Arqmov Workshop initially advised a new project, given previous unfortunate refurbishment work on the home, which was 30 years old. The property was stripped its original structure.
Design: MLA+ and Felixx Landscape Architects & Planners
First prize project in the design competition for the regeneration of the area along the G107 highway in Bao’an district in Shenzhen.