Aqualuna and Aquabella are two important new projects by the Danish studio 3XN Architects, two big residential buildings completing the master plan for the Toronto waterfront development known as Bayside Toronto. The renderings accompanying and presenting the two projects precisely illustrate the architectural solutions and the materials chosen by the architects, as well as the panoramic views residents will enjoy from the apartments’ terraces.
The volume in the Nordic Architects series of publications that Arvinius+Orfeus is dedicating to Nordic architecture uses examples of Scandinavian architects to explore one of the key aspects of contemporary architecture - the global impact of urbanisation.
The Danish architecture firm 3XN has designed Royal Arena in Copenhagen, a venue for international sporting events and concerts that opened a few weeks ago with four sold-out concerts by Metallica, proving that it is a good neighbour in the middle of a residential area.
Winner of the competition on invitation for the new cultural centre in central Molde, Norway, Danish studio 3XN interprets the building as a city square, using the same materials on the walls as on the outdoor paving. The work demonstrates continuity with its context and with the most recent developments in architecture.
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