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Roland Baldi, infrastructure protecting the environment

02-11-2015

Roland Baldi, infrastructure protecting the environment

Roland Baldi is an architect from the Italian province of South Tyrol who designed the new barracks for the Fleres Fire Department in the City of Brennero.

Dominique Coulon Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal at Montmorency

15-04-2015

Dominique Coulon Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal at Montmorency

Dominique Coulon designed the new Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal of Montmorency in France: a building that fits perfectly into the urban fabric of Montmorency, north of Paris, while providing the town with a new landmark.

Lahdelma & Mahlamäki design the Finnish Nature Centre Haltia in Espoo

09-03-2015

Lahdelma & Mahlamäki design the Finnish Nature Centre Haltia in Espoo

A series of eco-sustainable solutions make Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects’ Finnish Nature Centre Haltia in Espoo an example for future constructions in Finland. In the Finnish Nature Centre Haltia, Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects have created a symbol of the relationship between nature and culture in Finland.

Fügenschuh: New school in Rattenberg

16-05-2012

Fügenschuh: New school in Rattenberg

Architect Daniel Fügenschuh won the competition for an expansion for a secondary school in the old town centre of Rattennberg, Austria, building a new wing which is connected to and continuous with the old building but stands out from it in terms of the architectural vocabulary used.

TAO: new elementary school in Xiaoquan

28-03-2012

TAO: new elementary school in Xiaoquan

Nine hundred children can attend the new elementary school in Xiaoquan, completed to plans by architect Hua Li thanks to private financial contributions for rebuilding the school after the 2008 earthquake. Local materials and building techniques are used in a work that fits into its surroundings, avoiding the international “post-seismic” style in favour of a form of architecture demonstrating respect for local history.

Arolat: Raif Dinçkök Yalova Cultural Center

29-02-2012

Arolat: Raif Dinçkök Yalova Cultural Center

Raif Dinçkök Yalova cultural centre, near Istanbul, is a reflection on the theme of the façade in homage to Arabian architecture with its decorative gratings. Architect Emre Arolat interprets the façade as a skin which is entirely independent of the interior layout, and uses his material, Corten steel, to build a landmark in the landscape.

Erika car park in Malmö harbour area

05-12-2011

Erika car park in Malmö harbour area

The new Erika car park building near the harbour in Malmö, Sweden, reminds us that any building must be designed appropriately for the landscape and urban context in which it will be constructed. Metro Arkitekter AB has built an infrastructure in the city’s old industrial area reflecting on the theme of urban regeneration.

Souto de Moura: Paula Rêgo Museum

09-05-2011

Souto de Moura: Paula Rêgo Museum

Never sensationalist, Eduardo Souto de Moura’s architecture is determined by choices linked with the landscape, the meaning of the work and the details of the materials. These intentions are clearly expressed in his plan for Paula Rêgo Museum in Cascais, with its red cement, glass permitting contemplation of details and two pyramidal roofs making the building an architectural symbol in the landscape.

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