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The playable city, projects by The Urban Conga

05-03-2021

The playable city, projects by The Urban Conga

The Urban Conga, a multidisciplinary international design studio based in Brooklyn, has won several awards for its work exploring the concept of the "playable city ": an ecosystem of “playable” opportunities interwoven with the existing urban infrastructure which interrupt and enrich our daily routines.

Winners of the 2021 CTBUH Best Tall Building Awards

25-01-2021

Winners of the 2021 CTBUH Best Tall Building Awards

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat recently announced the annual Best Tall Building Award of Excellence Winners in a number of categories. Koichi Takada Architects’ Arc in Sydney, Sou Fujimoto, Nicolas Laisné and Oxo Architects’ White Tree in Montpellier, France, Heatherwick Studiop’s Eden in Singapore, Studio Gang’s MIRA Tower in San Francisco, WOHA’s Sky Green in Taichung, Taiwan, Zaha Hadid Architects Leeza SOHO in Beijing and One Thousand Museum in Miami, and Safdie Architects’ Raffles City Chongqing in the Chinese city of the same name are only a few of the skyscrapers selected by CTBUH that have been described in Floornature.

Iosa Ghini Associati interior design of the Brickell Flatiron in Miami

25-11-2020

Iosa Ghini Associati interior design of the Brickell Flatiron in Miami

Miami’s tallest residential skyscraper, the Brickell Flatiron, has an Italian heart: the interiors of the spacious luxury residences with top quality furnishings and finishes are designed by Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini’s studio, Iosa Ghini Associati. The building designed by architect Luis O. Revuelta contains 549 residential units and a spa on the top floor, the 64th, suspended 224 metres above the ground. The building’s curved shapes translate into spacious floor plans for the residences, which include apartments with 1 to 5 bedrooms, penthouses and townhomes.

Winners of the ARCHMARATHON Awards 2020 Miami

20-03-2020

Winners of the ARCHMARATHON Awards 2020 Miami

The 2020 edition of the ARCHMARATHON Awards Miami was recently concluded. The final event was held on February 27 to 29 at the Moore Elastika Building in Miami, where the 48 architecture studios selected by an international jury chaired by architect Luca Molinari, were presented. The overall winner for the interior design section was the Valextra Bal Harbor Shops project by ArandaLasch studio, and for the architecture section the Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park Phase II project designed by the SWA/Balsley and Weiss/Manfredi firms. A special prize for sustainability was awarded to the Mc Donald’s Chicago Flagship project designed by the Ross Barney Architects studio.

Zaha Hadid Architects One Thousand Museum: a skyscraper with an exoskeleton in Miami

13-03-2020

Zaha Hadid Architects One Thousand Museum: a skyscraper with an exoskeleton in Miami

Hufton+Crow recently produced a beautiful photo feature illustrating Miami’s One Thousand Museum, one of the last projects Zaha Hadid designed before her death. The 62-storey skyscraper measures 216 m in height, with a concrete exoskeleton that frees the surfaces inside of structural elements.

Miami Museum Garage by WORKac

28-08-2018

Miami Museum Garage by WORKac

New York-based architecture firm WORKac, featuring at SpazioFMG in Milan on 13 September 2018 has made a key contribution to the Miami Design District, transforming a multi-storey garage into a work of art, the Miami Museum Garage.

Concrete and a steel and glass bubble for the Dalí Museum of St. Petersburg, Florida, by HOK

24-08-2018

Concrete and a steel and glass bubble for the Dalí Museum of St. Petersburg, Florida, by HOK

The largest collection of works by Dalí outside Spain is preserved in St. Petersburg (Florida), in a museum designed by HOK architects

Faena Bazaar and Park in OMA’s Faena District in Miami Beach

01-06-2018

Faena Bazaar and Park in OMA’s Faena District in Miami Beach

The Faena District is made up of three buildings, two of which, the Bazaar and the Park, have unique technical features despite their simplicity


	A façade of catenary curves for OMA’s Faena Forum

16-04-2018

A façade of catenary curves for OMA’s Faena Forum

The Faena District is a series of three buildings of bold visual impact which do not need illuminated signage to become landmarks in the city by both day and night, with their white finishes and the seductive shapes of the curves in its design.

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