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shedkm's £130 Billion Mixed Use Masterplan to Facilitate Brighton's Economic and Creative Revitalisation

06:00 - 23 August, 2017
shedkm's £130 Billion Mixed Use Masterplan to Facilitate Brighton's Economic and Creative Revitalisation, © Picture Plane
© Picture Plane

Designed by London and Liverpool based practice shedkm, construction is underway on Circus Street, an exemplary urban design for a mixed-use innovation quarter in Brighton that aims to celebrate the diverse architectural styles and individuals that populate the city. Working with regeneration developers U+I, shedkm’s masterplan works with an existing abandoned fruit and vegetable market to create “a strong sense of place, distinct yet in tune with the unique city of Brighton and its people.” 

The start on site is a major milestone in our journey to create a new urban quarter in Brighton, which, through the belief and dedication of all stakeholders and individuals, has become a significant placemaking venture in our portfolio, explained Hazel Rounding, director at shedkm.

HASSELL's Sweeping Entertainment Development to Become New Gateway to Sydney CBD

16:00 - 2 August, 2017
HASSELL's Sweeping Entertainment Development to Become New Gateway to Sydney CBD, © Bloom Images. Courtesy of HASSELL
© Bloom Images. Courtesy of HASSELL

HASSELL has unveiled the design of a striking new building to be located along Sydney’s Darling Harbour. Known as The Ribbon, the $700 million mixed-use development will rise between two elevated highways, connecting visitors between the city and the waterfront and becoming the new gateway to the western end of Sydney’s central business district.

Kobi Karp’s Pair of Mixed-Use Developments to Celebrate Wynwood's Culture of Creativity in Miami

08:00 - 1 August, 2017
Kobi Karp’s Pair of Mixed-Use Developments to Celebrate Wynwood's Culture of Creativity in Miami, Courtesy of Kobi Karp Architecture & Levy Public Relations
Courtesy of Kobi Karp Architecture & Levy Public Relations

Miami’s growing art district of Wynwood is set for further development in the form of two projects designed by renowned local architect Kobi Karp – Wynwood 25 and Gateway at Wynwood. The first is a $100 million unique mixed-use residential opportunity in the neighborhood, co-developed by the Related Group in Miami and the New York based East End Capital, and interiors by Meshberg Group, while the second is an upcoming 12-story tower responding to the increasing demand for office rental space.

Wynwood’s artistic spirit and modern vibe are elements that inspired our designs for Wynwood 25 and Gateway at Wynwood,” explained Kobi Karp, Founder, and Principal of Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design, Inc. “This forward-thinking, vibrant area is gaining so much momentum and we wanted this to translate into our designs. It’s an exciting time to be a part of Wynwood’s growth and we aim to create unique designs that merge seamlessly with the area’s culture and unique energy.”

Courtesy of Kobi Karp Architecture & Levy Public Relations Courtesy of Kobi Karp Architecture & Levy Public Relations Courtesy of Kobi Karp Architecture & Levy Public Relations Courtesy of Kobi Karp Architecture & Levy Public Relations +6

RKW Architektur + Wins Competition for Stone-Clad Mixed-Use Building in Stuttgart

16:00 - 26 July, 2017
RKW Architektur + Wins Competition for Stone-Clad Mixed-Use Building in Stuttgart, RKW Architektur + , Rendering: Foormtool Anton Kolev
RKW Architektur + , Rendering: Foormtool Anton Kolev

RKW Architektur + has been selected as the winners of a competition to design a new mixed-use residential tower located at Mailänder Platz in Stuttgart, Germany. Rising from a triangular site, the building features a dynamic facade of shifting stone that creates openings for vertical greenery, and an abundance of public space, including cafes, retail, a hotel and a library.

RKW Architektur + , Rendering: Foormtool Anton Kolev Courtesy of RKW Architektur + Courtesy of RKW Architektur + Courtesy of RKW Architektur + +10

Undulating Brick Development Reimagines the Cornice in New York

16:30 - 17 July, 2017
Undulating Brick Development Reimagines the Cornice in New York, via NY YIMBY
via NY YIMBY

NY YIMBY has unearthed plans for a new mixed-use development at 540-544 Hudson in New York’s West Village. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, renderings show a brick building with a contemporary reimagining of the historic cornices found throughout the neighborhood.

LEVS Architecten Brings New Type of Mixed-Used Development to Russia

16:00 - 2 July, 2017
 LEVS Architecten Brings New Type of Mixed-Used Development to Russia, Courtesy of LEVS Architecten
Courtesy of LEVS Architecten

In LEVS Architecten’s newest development Forum City, the firm reinterprets Russian urban life in the center of its fourth-largest city, Yekaterinburg. The nine-building complex, developed by the Forum Group, curates its own metropolitan microcosm inside the larger urban area by combining residential, leisure facilities, and retail inside an archetypal city block.  

Courtesy of LEVS Architecten Courtesy of LEVS Architecten Courtesy of LEVS Architecten Courtesy of LEVS Architecten +15

Diamond Schmitt’s Mixed-Use Tower Will Be the Largest Urban Development in Canada

06:00 - 28 June, 2017
Diamond Schmitt’s Mixed-Use Tower Will Be the Largest Urban Development in Canada, Courtesy of Diamond Schmitt Architects
Courtesy of Diamond Schmitt Architects

Ground has been broken on a key component of Canada’s largest urban development undertaking, in the form of a 236,000 square foot mixed-use tower in the City of Vaughan, designed by Toronto-based firm Diamond Schmitt Architects. Situated at the core of SmartCentres Place with easy access to nearby retail and commercial spots, the tower will serve as the new home of PwC Canada, in combination with a 100,000-square-foot YMCA, a 20,000-square-foot public library, 10,000-square-foot community space and 3000 square feet of retail.

The PwC-YMCA Tower further illustrates the architectural quality and urban design excellence that is a hallmark of this smart, pedestrian-friendly precinct, explained Donald Schmitt, principal at Diamond Schmitt Architects.

Diamond Schmitt’s Mixed-Use Tower Will Be the Largest Urban Development in Canada Courtesy of Diamond Schmitt Architects Courtesy of Diamond Schmitt Architects Courtesy of Diamond Schmitt Architects +5

KPF Advances Growth of Boston Seaport with Towered Mixed-Use Building

14:00 - 24 June, 2017
KPF Advances Growth of Boston Seaport with Towered Mixed-Use Building, Courtesy of KPF
Courtesy of KPF

Echelon Seaport, a mixed-used development designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) and CBT Architects, will join the growing number of buildings and public spaces slated to revitalize the Boston Seaport neighborhood in the coming decade. The 1.3 million square foot property will accompany projects such as OMA’s 88 Seaport and developments by James Corner Field Operations, Sasaki, and NADAAA.

Courtesy of KPF Courtesy of KPF Courtesy of KPF Courtesy of Interior Designer, TBA, 2017 +5

Powerhouse Wins Competition to Build New Urban Plaza in Eindhoven

06:00 - 20 June, 2017
Powerhouse Wins Competition to Build New Urban Plaza in Eindhoven, © Powerhouse Company
© Powerhouse Company

Powerhouse Company have won a competition to create a new mixed-use hub in Eindhoven, Netherlands. For the competition, Powerhouse teamed up with landscape architects ZUS and developer Amvest to design a trio of skyscrapers forming the winning proposal for a new urban plaza, called “District E”. The 70,000 square meter proposal will be located next to Eindhoven Station.

© Powerhouse Company © ZUS © Powerhouse Company © Powerhouse Company +5

MVRDV Breaks Ground on Riverfront Housing Complex in Bordeaux

10:45 - 14 June, 2017
MVRDV Breaks Ground on Riverfront Housing Complex in Bordeaux , © MVRDV
© MVRDV

MVRDV and local architects Flint have revealed designs for a new riverfront mixed-use housing complex in Bordeaux, Ilot Queyries, as the project breaks ground. Located on the east bank of Garonne River, the site will house over 300 apartments, retail spaces, a rooftop restaurant, and a communal park in a densely mixed environment. The complex will integrate into the neighboring ZAC Bastide-Niel masterplan by MVRDV to create a lively urban neighborhood aimed at “combining the virtues of the historic city–intimacy, surprise and liveliness– with the density, ecology, light and comfort of the modern city.”

© MVRDV © MVRDV © MVRDV © MVRDV +6

Diversity of Use and Landscape Defines Denmark's New Rowing Stadium

14:00 - 10 June, 2017
Diversity of Use and Landscape Defines Denmark's New Rowing Stadium , Courtesy of AART architects
Courtesy of AART architects

Denmark-based AART architects have been selected to design the country’s national rowing stadium, seeing off strong competition from prominent firms such as BIG and Kengo Kuma. Situated upon Bagsværd Lake on the outskirts of Copenhagen, the scheme seeks to allow the sporting elite and broader public to form a close interaction with picturesque natural surroundings.

Courtesy of AART architects Courtesy of AART architects Courtesy of AART architects Courtesy of AART architects +13

The United States' First Mass-Timber Highrise Receives Planning Permission

16:15 - 9 June, 2017
The United States' First Mass-Timber Highrise Receives Planning Permission, Courtesy of LEVER Architecture
Courtesy of LEVER Architecture

The United States’ first mass-timber highrise (defined by Emporis Building Standards as a building with an architectural height of 115-328 feet, or between 12 and 40 floors) has been granted planning permission, allowing construction on the landmark project to begin. Located in downtown Portland, Oregon, the building known as Framework will cap out at 12 floors and approximately 128 feet, ushering in a new era of tall building construction in the US. 

Courtesy of LEVER Architecture Courtesy of LEVER Architecture Courtesy of LEVER Architecture Courtesy of LEVER Architecture +12

OMA Designs Carved Mixed-Use Building for Boston Seaport

11:50 - 31 May, 2017
OMA Designs Carved Mixed-Use Building for Boston Seaport, Rendering of 88 Seaport Boulevard, a mixed-use retail and office project designed by OMA and developed by WS Development in Boston’s Seaport neighborhood. Image © OMA. Rendering by Bloom
Rendering of 88 Seaport Boulevard, a mixed-use retail and office project designed by OMA and developed by WS Development in Boston’s Seaport neighborhood. Image © OMA. Rendering by Bloom

OMA New York has revealed renderings for it latest project, a 490,000-square-foot mixed-used retail and office development located at 88 Seaport Boulevard in the emerging Boston Seaport neighborhood. Being developed by Massachusetts-based property developer WS Development, the structure adds to a growing collection of quality architecture commissioned for the district, including projects by James Corner Field Operations, Sasaki, and NADAAA.

From War Relic to Mixed-Use: Plans to Build a “Green Mountain” Atop a Bunker in Hamburg

06:00 - 25 May, 2017
From War Relic to Mixed-Use: Plans to Build a “Green Mountain” Atop a Bunker in Hamburg, Courtesy of Hilldegarden.org
Courtesy of Hilldegarden.org

A team of local residents and architects in Hamburg’s neighborhood of St. Pauli have been granted planning permission for a proposal to repurpose a war bunker dating back from the 1940s. Coined Hilldegarden, the proposal seeks to create a “green mountain” garden atop the disused roof of the bunker along with a range of mixed-use projects that increase its height by several stories. “We are rebuilding what we inherit.” The project’s initiative states, “Adding something to history while dealing with it and thereby reshaping history itself.”

via PLANUNGSBÜRO BUNKER via PLANUNGSBÜRO BUNKER Courtesy of Hilldegarden.org Courtesy of Hilldegarden.org +19

Zaha Hadid Architects Breaks Ground on Sky Park Development on Industrial Site in Bratislava

11:30 - 22 May, 2017
Zaha Hadid Architects Breaks Ground on Sky Park Development on Industrial Site in Bratislava, © Penta Investments
© Penta Investments

Zaha Hadid Architects have broken ground on the construction of a new 5.5 hectare development in Bratislava, Slovakia. Known as ‘Sky Park,’ the master plan will transform an abandoned site in a formerly industrial area of the city into a 20,000-square-meter park and mixed-use community containing more than 700 apartments and 55,000 square meters of office and retail space.

© Penta Investments © Penta Investments © Penta Investments © Penta Investments +20

Goettsch Partners Wins Competition for 1,312-Foot-Tall Tower and Mixed-Use District in Wuhan

16:15 - 18 May, 2017
Goettsch Partners Wins Competition for 1,312-Foot-Tall Tower and Mixed-Use District in Wuhan, Courtesy of Goettsch Partners
Courtesy of Goettsch Partners

Goettsch Partners has been announced as the winners of an international competition for the design of the new Optics Valley Center complex in Wuhan, China. Being developed by prominent developer Greenland Group, the project will consist of 3.4 million square feet (315,000 square meters) of mixed-use space across three buildings,  including a landmark 1,312-foot-tall (400-meter-tall) office tower that will “symbolize the future vision of Wuhan as the perfect balance between modern development and the environment.”

Courtesy of Goettsch Partners Courtesy of Goettsch Partners Courtesy of Goettsch Partners Courtesy of Goettsch Partners +7

OMA-Alumni NEUBAU Greenlighted for Pixelated Mixed-Use Complex in London

17:03 - 17 May, 2017
Courtesy of NEUBAU
Courtesy of NEUBAU

Emerging practice NEUBAU has received planning permission to begin construction on Tower Station, a mixed-use residential building located on Fincheley Road in London. Commissioned by County Tower Properties, the ‘pixelated’ building will be located on the site of a former gas station and clock tower, replacing the previous use with a new mechanical clock at the building’s peak, creating a new local landmark that echos the site’s history.

This is the largest commission to date for NEUBAU, founded in 2014 by former OMA architects Brigitta Lenz and Alexander Giarlis.

Courtesy of NEUBAU Courtesy of NEUBAU Courtesy of NEUBAU Courtesy of NEUBAU +9

C.F. Møller Wins Competition for Hybrid-Structure High-Rise in Sweden

12:00 - 1 May, 2017
C.F. Møller Wins Competition for Hybrid-Structure High-Rise in Sweden, © C.F. Møller
© C.F. Møller

C.F. Møller has been selected as the winner of a competition to design a new residential high-rise in the Swedish city of Västerås, beating out proposals from Wingårdhs & Tham and Videgård Architects. Employing a hybrid solid wood/concrete structure and a wrap-around-terrace facade characterized by 3-dimensional elements, the building will serve as a new landmark on the city skyline.

© C.F. Møller © C.F. Møller © C.F. Møller © C.F. Møller +7