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Farewell to Helmut Jahn

13-05-2021

Farewell to Helmut Jahn

German architect Helmut Jahn was killed in a car accident on May 8 in Campton Hills, 100 km from Chicago, the city where he had studied and lived since the late sixties and which his architecture helped transform. Helmut Jahn designed projects all over the world; his better-known, most iconic constructions include the Sony Centre on Berlin’s Postdamer Platz and the Frankfurt Messeturm in Germany, One Liberty Place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok, Thailand.

Atelier DYML’s YUE City is the metamorphosis of an existing building

26-04-2021

Atelier DYML’s YUE City is the metamorphosis of an existing building

Atelier DYML has transformed a shopping centre built more than 15 years ago on the site of an old cement mill in Guangzhou, China into YUE City, a complex standing out with a new sense of identity that brings new value to its surroundings.

Area15, an immersive experiential shopping centre in Las Vegas

31-03-2021

Area15, an immersive experiential shopping centre in Las Vegas

Michael Beneville of Beneville Studios designed the new Area15 entertainment complex in Las Vegas: a place that has been described as an immersive experiential next-generation shopping centre, where you can surround yourself with art in one of the most artificial places in the United States.

Beijing De Fang Yuan and the Shijiazhuang CBD Planning Exhibition Centre

17-02-2021

Beijing De Fang Yuan and the Shijiazhuang CBD Planning Exhibition Centre

Shijiazhuang CBD Planning Exhibition Centre is located in the city of Shijiazhuang, capital of the Chinese province of Hebei. The interiors in this elegant white building with a futuristic look were created by design studio Beijing De Fang Yuan.

Werk 12 designed by MVRDV and N-V-O Nuyken Von Oefele Architekten winner of DAM Preis 2021

03-02-2021

Werk 12 designed by MVRDV and N-V-O Nuyken Von Oefele Architekten winner of DAM Preis 2021

Werk 12, the multifunctional complex built in Munich and designed by the MVRDV and N-V-O Nuyken Von Oefele Architekten architecture firms is the DAM Preis 2021 winner. The most important recognition for architecture built in Germany is being awarded, for the fifth consecutive year, by Frankfurt’s Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) in collaboration with Jung. Together with the Werk 12 complex, the other finalists were "Wohnregal" in Berlin designed by FAR Frohn&Rojas, "Administration building with integrated roof green house" in Oberhaus designed by Kuehn Malvezzi and the "University for Dramatic Arts" in Berlin designed by O&O Baukunst.

Gare Maritime by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, a sustainable conversion

18-01-2021

Gare Maritime by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, a sustainable conversion

More than merely the largest cross-laminated timber structure in Europe, the Gare Maritime on the Tour & Taxis site in Brussels is a sustainable project by Neutelings Riedijk Architects in collaboration with Bureau Bouwtechniek to convert what was once Europe’s largest freight station into a new district of the city.

gmp plans a refurbishment project in central Hamburg:  Alter Wall 2-32

14-10-2020

gmp plans a refurbishment project in central Hamburg: Alter Wall 2-32

The Alter Wall 2-32 renovation project by gmp von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects brings new life to central Hamburg. Historic buildings have been renovated to give the city new spaces and pedestrian zones, while uncovering and revealing architectural elements that had been hidden as the buildings were changed over the years.

CLOU Architects designs the Shoukai Vanke Centre Beijing

14-10-2020

CLOU Architects designs the Shoukai Vanke Centre Beijing

CLOU Architects completed the new Shoukai Vanke Centre in Beijing’s Daxing district. It is an extensive, mixed-use development with a shopping mall, office tower and hotel. It has been designed with a focus on outdoor spaces, integral elements of this iconic architecture.

y.ad studio designs the Yuangping Meijing Bookstore

23-09-2020

y.ad studio designs the Yuangping Meijing Bookstore

The creatives from y.ad studio worked in an existing shopping mall in Renqui, a city Hebei province, China, where they incorporated a bookshop. The Yuangping Meijing Bookstore acts as a catalyst to rethink the image and atmosphere of the existing retail area and brings a breath of culture to boost the attraction of the structure.

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