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The Carmen Hotel by sanzpont, a project inspired by the coral in the Caribbean Sea

20-05-2020 - Sustainable Architecture

The Carmen Hotel by sanzpont, a project inspired by the coral in the Caribbean Sea

The coronavirus pandemic is impacting our day-to-day lives, but we can still dream about travelling. The Carmen Hotel by sanzpont arquitectura in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Yucatan state, Mexico is exotic, sustainable and state-of-the-art, and it’s all inspired by the coral reef in the Caribbean Sea.

Weinstein A+U and the new fire station 22 in Seattle

08-05-2020 - Sustainable Architecture

Weinstein A+U and the new fire station 22 in Seattle

The architects from Seattle-based studio, Weinstein A+U designed fire station 22 in their city. The building, on a small, narrow lot with drive-through access for the fire trucks, also achieved LEED Platinum certification.

Yongjiang Experimental School in Jiangbei District by DC Alliance

01-05-2020 - Sustainable Architecture

Yongjiang Experimental School in Jiangbei District by DC Alliance

The Chinese architecture firm DC Alliance has completed the Yongjiang Experimental School in Jiangbei District, Ningbo, arranging the architectural volumes around a large courtyard that serves as the core of the school activities, also intended as student interaction and the pleasure of spending time together.

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Meet Point Cumbres, a sustainable mall in Cancun by Sanzpont Arquitectura

05-12-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Meet Point Cumbres, a sustainable mall in Cancun by Sanzpont Arquitectura

The architecture studio Sanzpont designed the Meet Point Cumbres shopping centre in Cancun, Mexico, located between the airport and the city centre. The complex is a response to the neighbourhood’s steady growth and includes a wide range of services for its users, including shopping and office areas as well as an important urban corridor.

Kenmore Hangar by Graham Baba Architects

02-12-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Kenmore Hangar by Graham Baba Architects

The Hangar Kenmore Town Green by Graham Baba Architects and the adjacent Town Square provide a year-round focal point and a symbolic living room in and for the city. Conceived as a pavilion, the project is designed to morph depending upon weather or functional requirements.

Drawing the drought by Luzinterruptus

21-11-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Drawing the drought by Luzinterruptus

Luzinterruptus, the Spanish creative collective was in Sierra de Guadarrama, where they created a small environmental lighting installation that they call an act of artistic guerrilla warfare. A creative, temporary action resulting from the observation of this drought-ridden landscape, interpreted with the use of light.

New sustainable Exploration Centre in Laval, Canada by Cardin Julien

08-11-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

New sustainable Exploration Centre in Laval, Canada by Cardin Julien

The Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles Exploration Centre by Cardin Julien brings a number of different services under the one roof. The sustainable building is targeting LEED Gold certification and was designed with the goal of helping people understand and appreciate the Mille Îles river, a true gem in Laval, Canada.

Aman Kyoto: resort in an old forgotten garden

07-11-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Aman Kyoto: resort in an old forgotten garden

Far from the city centre, the Aman Kyoto resort designed by Australian firm Kerry Hill Architects sits at the foot of the Hidari Daimonji mountain, close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the golden Kinkaku-ji temple. The resort architecture is a contemporary tribute to the traditional Japanese Ryokan inns.

LMCC Arts Center by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners opens in New York

05-11-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

LMCC Arts Center by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners opens in New York

The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) opened its new Arts Center at Governors Island in New York Harbor. The pro bono project by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners is the latest piece in the ongoing transformation of the island, a former military base, into a vibrant cultural destination.

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