The Cobram Library & Learning Centre is a distinctively ‘local’ library, designed by CohenLeigh Architects, embracing emerging technologies & promoting flexible learning & library spaces across all ages.
Designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the Frick Environmental Center (FEC) is the first Living Building in the U.S. that is municipally owned and free and open to the public. After more than a year of extensive testing and documentation, the FEC has achieved Living Building certification.
Five years in the making Maitland’s Riverlink Building is the work of award-winning Architectural firm CHROFI and extends a legacy of place-making public architecture.
Snøhetta designed the new Planetarium and Visitor Center for Solobservatoriet in Harestua, situated near the original solar observatory, a twelve-meter research tower built by the University of Oslo for the total solar eclipse of 1954.
Designed by GD-Lighting Design, Maki and Associates, LIGHTDESIGN INC the Shekou Sea World Culture and Arts Center building highlights openness and connectivity, so people, space and nature can have quiet dialogues.
Dutch architecture studio 70F architecture win Prix Versailles 2018 for this kinetic building in The Netherlands, selected as best project in the restaurant ‘exterior’ category in Europe.
Ericsson Globe, or Globen as it is commonly known, will be developed into a modern multi-arena and C.F. Møller Architects has been entrusted with developing one of Stockholm’s most famous buildings.
Atelier Hoffman designed the conversion of a former boiler house into a multi-functional leaseable area for cultural, corporate and social events, with an ambition to become the heart of a future arts & culture district.
The Eagle Arthurs Seat is a contemporary reinstatement of the iconic Victorian tourist destination. Providing an all-assessable / all-weather gondola ride that soars through the tree canopies to the summit, revealing spectacular panoramic views of the Port Phillip Bay.
Anne Carrier architecture opted for a Land Art approach, focusing on natural settings and materials. The aim was to make the new building as discreet as possible and showcase the site’s landscape and heritage features.
Located in the heart of downtown, the complex, designed by Graham Baba Architects, touches upon the pri-mal notions of gathering, creating a venue for passive and active recreation.
Studio Libeskind designed the National Holocaust Monument honoring the millions of innocent men, women and children who were murdered under the Nazi regime and recognize those survivors who were able to eventually make Canada their home.
Kengo Kuma & Associates, in team with Cornelius Vöge, Søren Jensen engineers and Niels Sigsgaard, wins architect competition for New Aquatics Centre on Copenhagen’s Waterfront.
The new Centre de services Le Bonnallie building, designed by Anne Carrier architecture, is located in a forest. The first half of the building’s main volume gently follows the same contours from which the outdoor amphitheatre is carved.