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Rafiq Azam: Mayor Mohammad Hanif Jame Mosque, Dhaka

03-12-2021

Rafiq Azam: Mayor Mohammad Hanif Jame Mosque, Dhaka

His first mosque project, Mayor Mohammad Hanif Jame Mosque in Dhaka, offers Rafiq Azam an opportunity to create a place of worship that is also a centre for civic society. The contemporary idiom of Rafiq Azam’s work is grafted onto the building tradition of Bengal.

<strong>RE-THINKING URBAN PUBLIC SPACES</strong>

30-11-2021

RE-THINKING URBAN PUBLIC SPACES

Perhaps never before as in this period the city has been at the center of the unanimity of reflections and re-evaluations, partly caused by the need to find adaptive strategies facing climate change and migratory flows, and partly due to a pandemic that has shaken certainties, questioning life and work’s usual practices.

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.

SOM Skidmore, Owings & Merrill - Manhattan West renovates Far West Side in New York

05-10-2021

SOM Skidmore, Owings & Merrill - Manhattan West renovates Far West Side in New York

Manhattan West, a complex of six mixed-use buildings designed in large part by the Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) studio and developed by Brookfield Properties was officially inaugurated on September 28. An adventure that originally began thirty years ago, the first development programme to transform the unused space located above the active railway lines, an essential point in the pedestrian paths that connect New York’s West Side, in fact goes back to 1990.

SHAU: Alun-alun Kejaksan Square, Cirebon, Indonesia

04-08-2021

SHAU: Alun-alun Kejaksan Square, Cirebon, Indonesia

Lots of different places on a single site: this is how we might describe the importance of this social cohesion project by Dutch studio SHAU in Alun-alun Kejaksan Square in Cirebon, West Java, Indonesia.

Waterloo City Farm, a Feilden Fowles project made of timber and sheet metal

02-07-2021

Waterloo City Farm, a Feilden Fowles project made of timber and sheet metal

Waterloo City Farm is a place in central London where office work, farming and livestock-raising are combined with schooling.

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

Faithlie Centre, transformation by Moxon Architects in Fraserburgh, UK

25-03-2021

Faithlie Centre, transformation by Moxon Architects in Fraserburgh, UK

Moxon Architects completed the restoration of two buildings in Fraserburgh, Scotland, joining them with a new addition to form a single architectural complex housing Aberdeenshire Council. The project plays a key role in the 2021 plan for regeneration of Fraserburgh’s urban heritage and conservation area.

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