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City Culture Center Competition Entry / Kubota & Bachmann Architects

01:00 - 4 June, 2013
City Culture Center Competition Entry / Kubota & Bachmann Architects, Courtesy of Kubota & Bachmann Architects
Courtesy of Kubota & Bachmann Architects

Designed by Kubota & Bachmann Architects, main purpose of their proposal for the Taichung City Cultural Center (TCCC) is the integration of the Gateway Park and the best practice implementation of green architectural policies. Aiming to be the new landmark of Taichung, together with the Gateway Park and the Taiwan Tower, the architectural ambition of the TCCC/Gateway Park is nothing less than creating a world-leading model in sustainable architecture. More images and architects' description after the break.

Hotel Park and Seeallee Heiden Competition Entry / Kubota & Bachmann Architects + Martinez

01:00 - 29 April, 2013
Hotel Park and Seeallee Heiden Competition Entry / Kubota & Bachmann Architects + Martinez, Courtesy of Kubota & Bachmann Architects + Martinez
Courtesy of Kubota & Bachmann Architects + Martinez

Located in a strategic point in Heiden, where different urban conditions come together, the Hotel Park and Seeallee Heiden proposal is shaped by the surrounding landscape. The landscape continuity crossing the plot area, the particular building density, and its relevant position from the main entrance to the city are all used to achieve a perfect urban integration. Designed by Kubota & Bachmann Architects + Martinez, this strategy enhances the environmental qualities, while staying within the strict respect of urban regulations. More images and architects’ description after the break.