Tag Infrastrutture

IrwinKritioti Architecture, Cruise Terminal in Limassol

28-06-2022

IrwinKritioti Architecture, Cruise Terminal in Limassol

Following the competition for the design of the new Limassol Terminal, the Cyprus-based IrwinKritioti Architecture studio created the first building specifically built for cruise ships on the island of Cyprus. A series of elliptical shells stretching for 350 metres along the pier replace the old industrial warehouse that has provided basic services for many years, as well as allowing for alternative uses of the structure.

Mazzanti: Plaza del Cauca Community and Operations Centre

17-06-2022

Mazzanti: Plaza del Cauca Community and Operations Centre

Is it possible to use a motorway control centre as a hub to facilitate connections between travellers and the local population? The answer is yes: El Equipo Mazzanti designed and proposed just such a thing to the Colombian government, building a prototype dubbed La Plaza del Cauca in the Antioquia department.

Smith Vigeant Architectes’ award-winning beauty for the Montréal aqueduct

04-05-2022

Smith Vigeant Architectes’ award-winning beauty for the Montréal aqueduct

Canadian architectural studio Smith Vigeant Architectes designed a building for the Montreal aqueduct, a delicate project in the natural setting of the green banks of the canal in a public park which has conquered the local citizens and been awarded the Order of Architects of Quebec’s Prize for Excellence in Architecture 2022 in the industrial buildings category.

Beautiful and pragmatic design by PAPOUSEK & SILHAN ARCHITECTS in Ostravice

25-04-2022

Beautiful and pragmatic design by PAPOUSEK & SILHAN ARCHITECTS in Ostravice

The Czech PAPOUSEK & SILHAN ARCHITECTS studio has designed the maintenance complex for the Golf & Ski Resort in Ostravice. Three houses and a courtyard accommodate the necessary functions, without sacrificing beauty, all in full respect of the natural context in which the complex is set, in the Beskydy Mountains.

TEF Design’s Larkin Street Substation Expansion

22-04-2022

TEF Design’s Larkin Street Substation Expansion

TEF Design of San Francisco has completed an interesting urban infrastructure project: a 12,200 square metre building which is America’s first net-zero energy (NZE) electrical substation. The expansion on the historic 1962 substation building not only meets the operator’s practical requirements but brings new value to the community around it.

MAD Architects Cuntan International Cruise Centre Chongqing

21-01-2022

MAD Architects Cuntan International Cruise Centre Chongqing

By 2027 Chongqing, China will have a new cruise centre featuring the futuristic Yangtze River Skywalk designed by architect Ma Yansong and his studio MAD to welcome tourists from the adjacent cruise terminal on the Yangtze River. MAD Architects, in collaboration with the China Academy of Building Research (CASR), have won the international competition for the design of the Cuntan International Cruise Centre in Chongqing.

Powerhouse Company designs Çanakkale Antenna Tower

04-01-2022

Powerhouse Company designs Çanakkale Antenna Tower

In western Turkey, in an elevated position not far from the historic city of Çanakkale, the Powerhouse Company architecture studio has designed the Çanakkale Antenna Tower, in collaboration with Inter.National.Design (IND). The project is a unique and strong architectural gesture, consisting of a ring-shaped path which, climbing up above the trees, offers panoramic views of the city and culminates into a tower reaching up towards the sky.

Nizio Design International: Mausoleum of Martyrdom in Michniów

05-11-2021

Nizio Design International: Mausoleum of Martyrdom in Michniów

Speaking about the Mausoleum of the Martyrdom of Polish Villages in Michniów, Mirosław Nizio says that seeing the photographs of the houses on fire left him with the visceral feeling that he had been transported back to the time of the Nazi massacre. This was the starting point for his design for a memorial.

H&P Architects: Revitalisation of the Mao Khe Mining Park, Vietnam

03-11-2021

H&P Architects: Revitalisation of the Mao Khe Mining Park, Vietnam

Thanks to a design by H&P Architects, the Mao Khe Mining Park in Vietnam has been redeveloped and opened up to the city: by using reclaimed materials salvaged from old attractions, now dismantled, the new green square is home to multiple spaces equipped for collective activities.

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