Tag Skyscraper

KPF’s 18 Robinson skyscraper: green terraces over the city of Singapore

12-03-2021

KPF’s 18 Robinson skyscraper: green terraces over the city of Singapore

18 Robinson, designed by KPF, or Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, in Singapore’s Central Business District, has an unusual shape determined by the particular geometry of the lot it stands on and the need to comply with government restrictions. The green land sacrificed to construction is restored in the form of indoor and outdoor spaces accessible to the public, such as big open-air terraces establishing a visual dialogue with the city.

CTBUH names Urban Habitat Award Excellence Projects

17-02-2021

CTBUH names Urban Habitat Award Excellence Projects

In preparation for the 2021 edition of the Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, set to take place online on May 18 to 20 of this year, the CTBUH (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat) revealed the winning “excellence” projects in various categories of its prestigious awards. After the buildings have been categorised according to height, the new excellence winners are skyscrapers selected for the technological and construction aspects adopted, for their intended use or for the Urban Habitat category.

Regeneration of Pirelli 39 awarded to Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Stefano Boeri Architetti

02-02-2021

Regeneration of Pirelli 39 awarded to Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Stefano Boeri Architetti

January 28 saw the presentation of the project by Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) and Stefano Boeri Architetti, winners of the international architecture competition announced in November 2019 for regeneration of the real estate complex at Via Pirelli 39. The project is part of a plan for redevelopment of a vast area, practically a whole city district, which began with Gioia 22 and will be completed in the years to come with projects for the Pirelli 35 and Gioia 20 buildings.

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.

Heatherwick’s EDEN, the studio’s first residential project in Singapore

27-11-2020

Heatherwick’s EDEN, the studio’s first residential project in Singapore

The architects of Heatherwick Studio have completed their first residential project in Asia. EDEN is a "super-green" skyscraper 104 metres high in Singapore’s historic Newton district inspired by Lee Kuan Yew’s original concept of a "city in a garden". The entire complex contains only 20 apartments featuring crafted details and combining passive climate control with a refined concept of luxury.

An aerospace façade for Studio Gang’s MIRA Tower

06-11-2020

An aerospace façade for Studio Gang’s MIRA Tower

Studio Gang’s MIRA Tower in San Francisco is a 425-foot architectural spiral with a façade based on aerospace technology

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.

InterContinental Chongqing Raffles City designed by Moshe Safdie with interiors by CL3

03-09-2020

InterContinental Chongqing Raffles City designed by Moshe Safdie with interiors by CL3

The metropolis of Chongqing in southwest China has a new landmark, Chongqing Raffles City, an urban complex that sits on the Yangtze River in Chaotianmen Square. The architecture was designed by Moshe Safdie, and the Chinese studio CL3 Architects were responsible for the interior design. The recently opened InterContinental Chongqing Raffles City hotel is a standout tenant of the complex.

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