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The winners of Next Landmark 2016

17-11-2016

The winners of Next Landmark 2016

FAB Architectural Bureau Berlin hosted the final phase in Next Landmark 2016, the international contest promoted by Floornature.com in partnership with IUSVE. The winners in each of the contest category were announced at an awards ceremony held in Berlin last night, November 16.

Twisting Towers

23-09-2016

Twisting Towers

Inspired by the CTBUH study of the "twisting towers", here is a rapid overview of twisting towers all over the world: iconic examples of contemporary architecture presented in Floornature.

Architectural itineraries

29-07-2016

Architectural itineraries

This summer we have selected a number of architectural itineraries presented in Floornature to offer you inspiration for a trip inspired by architecture.

Santiago Calatrava The Tower Dubai Creek Harbour

18-04-2016

Santiago Calatrava The Tower Dubai Creek Harbour

The design of the new tower in Dubai Creek Harbour planned by architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, winner of the international design competition, was unveiled on April 11.

Sears Tower: the Shanghai Tower is China’s tallest building

04-04-2016

Sears Tower: the Shanghai Tower is China’s tallest building

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has recognised that the Shanghai Tower, designed by Gensler, is China’s tallest building and the world’s second tallest, at 632 metres.

First European exhibition by SOM Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

03-02-2016

First European exhibition by SOM Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

The exhibition “SOM Skidmore, Owings & Merrill – The Engineering of Architecture” at the Architekturgalerie München (Munich) gives visitors a look at 80 years of activity by the US-based firm known for its skyscrapers.

Dubai Design Week, installations

11-12-2015

Dubai Design Week, installations

Dubai Design Week decided to celebrate the communicative capacity of architectural installations that challenge conventions and set up ties between observer and location by handpicking site-specific works positioned at strategic locations around the city.

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