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Mecanoo’s steel structure for Tainan library

23-04-2021

Mecanoo’s steel structure for Tainan library

Mecanoo creates a bamboo forest of steel for Tainan library

Prefabricated concrete renovation and addition with a perforated aluminium façade

16-04-2021

Prefabricated concrete renovation and addition with a perforated aluminium façade

A 1937 Salle des Fêtes in Romainville has been restored and expanded as a multipurpose pavilion

A GWWO tower in Port Canaveral with an iridescent painted façade

02-04-2021

A GWWO tower in Port Canaveral with an iridescent painted façade

Port Canaveral has a painted aluminium tower built for watching aerospace launches and serving as a lighthouse for the port

Mecanoo’s Kaohsiung station is being completed

19-03-2021

Mecanoo’s Kaohsiung station is being completed

Work is in progress on the new railway station in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, designed by Mecanoo: a railway hub that reconnects a city that had been divided by the railway line.

FRPO’s Estación San José in Toluca

11-03-2021

FRPO’s Estación San José in Toluca

The new Estación San José, a mixed-use infrastructure in Toluca, Mexico designed by international architectural studio FRPO, is a social condenser: a volume containing a multitude of different activities intended to revitalise the city centre.

Curved steel façade for BIG’s The Smile building

26-02-2021

Curved steel façade for BIG’s The Smile building

BIG has constructed a building on 126th Street in Harlem, New York, with a façade made of interlocking blackened steel panels. The building’s curved shape has earned it the nickname “The Smile”.

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.

Francesca Perani’s urban refuge: creativity with a reduced environmental footprint

04-02-2021

Francesca Perani’s urban refuge: creativity with a reduced environmental footprint

Italian architect Francesca Perani, in the province of Bergamo, planned the conversion of a porch into a 25 square-metre tiny house making bold use of colours and materials. All infused with the clients’ intercultural identity in a fun but practical construction.

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