BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group and LEGO bring the toy scale of the classic LEGO brick to architectural scale with LEGO House, forming vast exhibition spaces and public squares that embody the culture and values at the heart of all LEGO experiences.
3000 heart-shaped triangles populating the Queen of the curves landscape. The building designed by Zaha Hadid Architects stands on concrete stilts allowing visitors to the Autostadt to pass through without having to interfere with the workings of the building.
Purcell is the lead consultant and conservation-accredited architects working with Niall McLaughlin Architects on the repair, re-presentation and enhancement of the Grade-I listed, 900 year old, Auckland Castle, Co. Durham.
This new attraction has won an architecture award for the best leisure and hospitality project of the year. The flagship centre, designed by Plymouth firm Form Design, stands at the heart of the world-renowned Jurassic Coast.
Design: TengYuan Design Institute Co
In this project, we hope to establish a linkage between architecture and nature as well as architecture and culture in a simple and plain way. Just as art and literature both have sketches, this project is a construction sketch to some extent.
Margate’s Dreamland – AECOM has created striking new landscaping designs for the redevelopment of Dreamland, a historic amusement park in Margate: following a major renovation programme, brings together sensitively restored vintage rides and an array of modern facilities, including a 15,000-capacity open air venue for music events.
Architects: 5V Studio
The purpose of the creation of “Sinkhole Floor Drain” is to strengthen the geological characteristics and historical memory of the field. This project is in the shape of “funnel” .
Architects: ATELIER BRÜCKNER
The Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang has opened its doors. It is the largest centre of automotive culture in Korea, a brand world used by car maker Hyundai to present itself to a broad public.
Design: Zalewski Architecture Group
The main objective of the exhibition space is to present the products of GE grouped in thematic areas and at the same time familiarizing viewers with additional information by means of multimedia installations.
Architects: Schmidt Hammer Lassen
When opened in 1997 the building provided for the first time a cultural and artistic meeting place for both locals, the international Inuit community and visitors from all over the world.
Design: Twelve Architects and Masterplanners
A planning application has been submitted for the restoration, conversion and extension of Bodmin Jail to create a leading visitor attraction, teaching facility and hotel for the region.
Design: Gijs Van Vaerenbergh
The installation invites the spectator to walk through one kilometre of steel corridors. A series of Boolean transformations create spaces and perspectives that reinterpret the traditional labyrinth.
Architects: West-line studio
The Chetian Village runs parallel to a river and the local traditional architectural style is characterized by stone houses with open air courtyards repeated in a parallel way. Each unit is linked to the others and all these parallel bands form separated groups.
Design: Martin Duplantier Architectes
The platforms are opportunities, each in their own respect, to create a physical relationship with this rock face. The illusion of a mirror for the one, the fear of the void for the next, and lastly the setting in abyss for the final.