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BIG (Bjarke Ingels): Danish National Maritime Museum

30-04-2014

BIG (Bjarke Ingels): Danish National Maritime Museum

The Danish National Maritime Museum completed recently in Helsingør is a contemporary architecture project by an international team including Bjarke Ingels (BIG), Rambøll, Kossmann.dejong and KiBiSi. Six years of work went into this project celebrating Denmark’s seafaring tradition, a museum leading the way in redevelopment of the docks near Kronborg Castle to give the city a new meeting-place and landmark.

Shigeru Ban’s Tamedia offices: architecture that’s all about details in Zurich

08-01-2014

Shigeru Ban’s Tamedia offices: architecture that’s all about details in Zurich

Known for his focus on sustainability and the architectural potential of humble but long-lasting materials, Shigeru Ban built an office building for the Tamedia Group overlooking Sihl canal in Zurich. The Japanese architect has designed a building with an exposed frame, a double skin of glass and a joint connecting the column and the beam.

Tchoban&Kuznetsov: Museum for architectural drawing in Berlin

01-01-2014

Tchoban&Kuznetsov: Museum for architectural drawing in Berlin

Russian architects Sergei Tchoban and Sergey Kuznetsov of Speech have created a museum for architectural drawings in Berlin’s arts district. The form and design of the construction makes it a landmark overlooking one of the city’s liveliest districts. The building’s architecture demonstrates its functions, so that it is both the medium and the message.

Bader: Islamic cemetery in Altach, Austria

18-12-2013

Bader: Islamic cemetery in Altach, Austria

Bernardo Bader has designed Austria’s second Islamic cemetery. Awarded the Aga Kahn Award for Architecture in 2013, the project is of profound historical and cultural significance, as demonstrated by the architecture’s sensitivity to its surroundings. The choice of materials and focus on chromatic details contribute to the uniqueness of the place.

Pedevilla Architekten Pliscia 13 home in Pieve di Marebbe

13-12-2013

Pedevilla Architekten Pliscia 13 home in Pieve di Marebbe

A home built by Pedevilla Architekten has won the public award and the first prize in the "housing" category at the 7th Alto Adige Architecture Award.

Steven Holl, Nanjing Sifang Art Museum, China

09-12-2013

Steven Holl, Nanjing Sifang Art Museum, China

"Nanjing Sifang Art Museum" opened on November 2: Steven Holl Architects’ first project in China.

Tsukano architects: house without windows in Japan

04-12-2013

Tsukano architects: house without windows in Japan

Michiya Tsukano’s residential project, which won a special mention in Floornature’s 2013 Next Landmark International Architecture Contest, underlines the clear distinction between the interior of the home and the city outside. The outdoor space is completely redesigned within the walls, shutting out all visual and acoustic elements that could disturb the inhabitants of the home in this inhospitable city landscape.

JDS (Julien De Smedt architects): Kalvebod Brygge waterfront in Copenhagen

27-11-2013

JDS (Julien De Smedt architects): Kalvebod Brygge waterfront in Copenhagen

Julien De Smedt architects is at the centre of the group of designers now working on another important urban project after Copenhagen’s Islands Brygge Park in 2003. The opposite shore of the canal has been redeveloped with a walkway over the water equipped to host sports activities and outdoor events, with the aim of reconnecting the city centre with the port and revitalising what was historically an industrial area.

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