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The Flinders Street Station Shortlisted Proposal / Zaha Hadid Architects + BVN Architecture

Recently announced as one of the shortlisted entries in the People's Choice Award competition organized by Major Projects Victoria, this design for the Flinders Street Station weaves together the history of the station with a potent new form to create a new public place for the future. Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects + BVN Architecture, their concept resolves the functional challenges while celebrating the travel experience. More images and architects' description after the break.

The Braggs / BVN Architecture

  • Architects: BVN Architecture
  • Location: University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia
  • Client: University of Adelaide
  • Project Year: 2013
  • Photographs: John Gollings

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Taronga Zoo / BVN Architecture

  • Architects: BVN Architecture
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Client: Zoological Parks Board of NSW
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: John Gollings

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The Kinghorn Cancer Centre / BVN Architecture

  • Architects: BVN Architecture
  • Location: Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia
  • Client: Garvan Institute and St Vincent’s and Mater Health
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: John Gollings

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Brisbane Indesign Installation / BVN Architecture

In collaboration with Space Furniture, BVN Architecture designed this unique installation for the 2012 Bisbane Indesign. ‘The Project’ was inspired by the theme, Exploring the Common Thread, and resulted in a spectrum of color expressed through cotton yarn poised in a frozen geometric form. Drawn under tension the geometry is justified to fit within the constraints of the existing spatial condition. Continue after the break for more.

Architecture City Guide: Beijing

Courtesy of Flickr CC License / Sarmu
Courtesy of Flickr CC License / Sarmu

This week, with the help of our readers, our Architecture City Guide is headed to Beijing. Beijing has a range of architectural styles, but the three most prevalent are the traditional imperial style (the Forbidden City), the “Sino-Sov” style (boxy structures built between the 1950s and 70s), and lastly the explosion of a modern corporate style that is punctuated with Starchitect buildings like OMA’s CCTV TV Station HQ. We put together a list of 12 modern/contemporary buildings that we feel provides a good starting point. It is far from complete. There are dozens of other great buildings that are not our list, and we are looking to add to the list in the near future. Please add your favorites in the comment section below so we can add them on the second go around. Again thank you to all our readers who sent in their suggestions and photographs. The city guides would not be possible without your help. To check out other cities visit our world map or our Architecture City Guide page. The Architecture City Guide: Beijing list and corresponding map after the break.

Youth Mental Health Building, Brain and Mind Research Institute / BVN Architecture

  • Architects: BVN Architecture
  • Location: Sydney NSW, Australia
  • Architects: BVN Architecture
  • Area: 3000.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Courtesy of bvn architecture

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Puckapunyal Military Area Memorial Chapel / BVN Architecture

  • Architects: BVN Architecture
  • Location: Puckapunyal, Australia
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: John Gollings

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