Tag Shopping Centers

Traverso-Vighy: Salvagnini Campus in Sarego, Vicenza, Italy

23-09-2022

Traverso-Vighy: Salvagnini Campus in Sarego, Vicenza, Italy

Salvagnini asked Giovanni Traverso and Paola Vighy to transform its historic headquarters into a cutting-edge production facility. A stunning new face for the company, an exceptional combination of digital design and advanced prefabrication, but also the careful planning of light with a view to improved staff wellbeing.

AZL Architects: BingDing Wood Kiln Factory, Qiancheng, China

22-06-2022

AZL Architects: BingDing Wood Kiln Factory, Qiancheng, China

AZL Architects has built a symbolic enclosure around an old kiln used for firing porcelain. The mission is to safeguard an ancient Chinese technique that is under threat from industrialisation, as well as to construct a space for respect and contemplation to make the population proud.

Aulík Fišer architekti: Bořislavka Centre in Prague

25-05-2022

Aulík Fišer architekti: Bořislavka Centre in Prague

Prague’s Bořislavka Centre takes advantage of its privileged location above the metro station of the same name to become a public plaza. Aulík Fišer’s project provides the area with an infrastructure connecting the residential neighbourhoods around it, in a form of architecture designed on the basis of memories of the area’s urban development.

Cité Arquitetura Shopping Mall integrated into the landscape of Brasilia

19-04-2022

Cité Arquitetura Shopping Mall integrated into the landscape of Brasilia

Partage Shopping Brasília, designed by architectural studios Cité Arquitetur and Sá & Almeida, aspires to become a model of innovation in shopping mall design on the Brazilian market. The architects have designed a building which aims to achieve LEED certification for sustainability and fits into the local landscape and culture.

Colectivo C733: Public market in Matamoros, Mexico

02-03-2022

Colectivo C733: Public market in Matamoros, Mexico

Collettivo C733’s market in Matamoros, on the border between Mexico and Texas, responds to society’s need for spaces for hospitality and dialogue with its form and internal layout. The market is not just a centre of trade, but a sustainable system that may be replicated elsewhere to support vulnerable communities.

UNStudio's Shanghai Jiuguang Center inaugurated

30-12-2021

UNStudio's Shanghai Jiuguang Center inaugurated

The recently inaugurated Shanghai Jiuguang Center, the largest shopping complex in the northern part of Shanghai, was designed by the architectural studios Nihon Sekkei and UNStudio. The former was in charge of the exterior shell, while the latter was tasked with making the mall an important landmark not only for customers, but for the entire community. UNStudio's project addressed all the interior spaces of the shopping centre, including the design of the courtyard and its façades, as well as the public roof terrace.

Best of Livegreenblog, commercial and industrial architecture

24-08-2021

Best of Livegreenblog, commercial and industrial architecture

Being sustainable is also a prerogative for companies, so we dedicate this Best of Livegreenblog to the business world that has opted for environmentally friendly solutions in its architectural choices. We find projects involving the recovery and reuse of existing buildings, but also new constructions.

MVRDV begins construction of the Shenzhen Terraces

20-05-2021

MVRDV begins construction of the Shenzhen Terraces

In Shenzhen, in southeastern China, construction has begun on the Shenzhen Terraces, the mixed-use project designed by the MVRDV architecture firm and which will form the core of the thriving university district in the city’s Longgang District. The project, which stands as one of the most sustainable carried out in the Chinese metropolis, is characterised by a strong urban component, with a series of terraced areas that aim to maximise public life and an abundance of green spaces.

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.

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