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Zaha Hadid Architects zero emissions headquarters in Sharjah

04-04-2022

Zaha Hadid Architects zero emissions headquarters in Sharjah

The new headquarters of the BEEAH Group in Sharjah, in the United Arab Emirates, opened on March 30. Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects to achieve net-zero emissions, the new headquarters could become a landmark for the design of sustainable workplaces in even the most challenging settings. Powered by a photovoltaic array, it uses the latest new technologies to meet LEED Platinum standards.

Paradise Masterplan in Birmingham, first stage completed

18-11-2021

Paradise Masterplan in Birmingham, first stage completed

In Birmingham, Two Chamberlain Square is an eight-storey office building with columns and glass façades. Designed by the Glenn Howells Architects (GHA) studio, it is the second building to be completed within GHA’s larger Paradise Masterplan, marking the completion of the first phase of the project. A major milestone therefore for the redevelopment of the English city.

John McAslan: Lancaster University’s Health Innovation Campus

06-10-2021

John McAslan: Lancaster University’s Health Innovation Campus

John McAslan + Partners designs the Innovation Hub within the Health Innovation Campus at Lancaster University in the UK. Environments that stimulate cross-fertilisation are grafted onto traditional lab spaces. The hilly landscape penetrates the new spaces, becoming an element of the working system.

MAD Architects YueCheng Courtyard Kindergarten, Beijing

09-02-2021

MAD Architects YueCheng Courtyard Kindergarten, Beijing

MAD Architects’ YueCheng Courtyard Kindergarten is an example of intergenerational integration from China. The kindergarten commissioned by the Yuecheng Group is located next to a seniors’ home in Beijing, a situation permitting integration of preschool education with seniors’ care in a surreal structure that inspires children to think, reflect and pursue endless possibilities.

McAslan’s King’s Cross Station in steel and glass panels

05-02-2021

McAslan’s King’s Cross Station in steel and glass panels

London’s King’s Cross Station has been refurbished with the specific aim of modernising and expanding it with a grandiose glass and steel mantle-style roof which stretches over the exterior square.

Greening the City, exhibition at the DAM in Frankfurt

13-01-2021

Greening the City, exhibition at the DAM in Frankfurt

It is evident that green plays a vital role in architecture, and we are all familiar with iconic examples of landmarks adorned with greenery. But it’s time to up the ante and think on a larger scale to make our cities greener in general. The DAM exhibition called Greening the City opens at the end of the month, and there is still time to submit green projects to be included on an interactive map.

Heatherwick’s EDEN, the studio’s first residential project in Singapore

27-11-2020

Heatherwick’s EDEN, the studio’s first residential project in Singapore

The architects of Heatherwick Studio have completed their first residential project in Asia. EDEN is a "super-green" skyscraper 104 metres high in Singapore’s historic Newton district inspired by Lee Kuan Yew’s original concept of a "city in a garden". The entire complex contains only 20 apartments featuring crafted details and combining passive climate control with a refined concept of luxury.

Piercy&Company 25 Savile Row - Derwent London’s headquarters

27-05-2020

Piercy&Company 25 Savile Row - Derwent London’s headquarters

Piercy&Company has renovated a building at no.25 Savile Row, London’s historic fashion district, with all the care characteristic of custom tailoring. A light-filled atrium and a suspended staircase are the two key elements characterising the project, illustrated in the short film "Making 25 Savile Row" directed by Nick Ballón.

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners a new building for Copenhagen’s Tivoli Hjørnet gardens

23-04-2020

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners a new building for Copenhagen’s Tivoli Hjørnet gardens

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners’s new building for Tivoli, the amusement park and gardens in Copenhagen first opened to the public in 1843, has won the American Institute of Architects’s 2020 Architecture Award. Hufton+Crow’s images clearly reveal the unusual light effects on the building’s undulated glass walls, making the Tivoli Hjørnet into a sumptuous curtain ready to rise and reveal the fantastic world of Copenhagen’s Tivoli gardens.

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