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Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Wins Competition for Housing and Transportation Complex in Finland

14:00 - 18 January, 2017
Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Wins Competition for Housing and Transportation Complex in Finland, View from City Center. Visualization by Brick Visual. Courtesy of Lahdelma & Mahlamäki
View from City Center. Visualization by Brick Visual. Courtesy of Lahdelma & Mahlamäki

Lahdelma & Mahlamäki, with associate architect Arkkitehdit m3, has won a competition for the design of a new Travel Services Center and residential block to be located in the city of Oulu, Finland. Located between the low-lying neighborhood of Puu-Raksila and the high-rising city center, the complex will connect districts through large, arching openings puncturing through a dynamic, horizontal profile, while providing new housing for the city.

View from City Center. Visualization by Brick Visual. Courtesy of Lahdelma & Mahlamäki View from Puu-Raksila. Visualization by Brick Visual. Courtesy of Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Inside the Travel Service Center. Visualization by Brick Visual. Courtesy of Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Site Plan. Visualization by Brick Visual. Courtesy of Lahdelma & Mahlamäki +4

Courtyard near West Sea / META - Project

19:00 - 16 January, 2017
Courtyard near West Sea / META - Project, © Su Chen, Chun Fang
© Su Chen, Chun Fang

© Su Chen, Chun Fang © Su Chen, Chun Fang © Su Chen, Chun Fang © Su Chen, Chun Fang +28

  • Architects

  • Location

    West Sea, Beijing, China
  • Design Team

    Wang Shuo, Zhang Jing, Yaping Wu, Yin Cheng, Qianqian Chang, Han Wang, Guowei Zhang, Tian Lan
  • Area

    800.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2013
  • Photographs

Aedas Wins Competition for Dragon/Phoenix-Inspired Transportation Hub in Sanya, China

16:15 - 13 December, 2016
Aedas Wins Competition for Dragon/Phoenix-Inspired Transportation Hub in Sanya, China, Courtesy of Aedas
Courtesy of Aedas

Aedas has been selected as the winner of a competition for a new mixed-use tourist and transportation hub in Sanya, China. To be located in front of the existing Sanya High-Speed Railway Station, the Sanya Integrated Commercial and Transportation Hub will feature a variety of public program elements serving visitors to the city.

BIG Unveils Mixed-Use Concrete Superstructure for Los Angeles' Arts District

14:10 - 12 December, 2016
BIG Unveils Mixed-Use Concrete Superstructure for Los Angeles' Arts District, Courtesy of BIG
Courtesy of BIG

BIG has revealed plans for a 2.6 million square foot (242,000 square meter) mixed-use complex in LA’s burgeoning Arts District. Called 670 Mesquit, the project will take the form of a series of stepped boxes containing 800,000 square feet of office space, 250 residential units and two hotels. The development will mark BIG’s first project in Los Angeles.

Courtesy of BIG Courtesy of BIG Courtesy of BIG Courtesy of BIG +33

Studio Gang Designs Tiered Mixed-Use Tower on Forest Park in St. Louis

14:45 - 9 December, 2016
Studio Gang Designs Tiered Mixed-Use Tower on Forest Park in St. Louis, Courtesy of Studio Gang
Courtesy of Studio Gang

Studio Gang has revealed their design for One Hundred, a mixed-use tower to be located on Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri. Studio Gang’s first project in the city, the tower will rise over 350 feet and include retail, amenities, parking and residential apartments featuring views of the park and the Gateway Arch.

New Mixed-Use Complex Expresses Past, Present, and Future of Chinese Culture

06:00 - 6 December, 2016
New Mixed-Use Complex Expresses Past, Present, and Future of Chinese Culture, © Aedas
© Aedas

Novotown is China’s latest cultural and creative incubator, designed by Aedas as an iconic destination on Hengqin Island in Zhuhai, China. Located just five minutes from Macau, the 120,000-square meter cultural and entertainment complex aims to straddle the roles of tourist destination and local icon. 

© Aedas © Aedas © Aedas © Aedas +5

Aedas' "Cloud on Terrace" Will Bring Vertical Public Space to the Heart of Shanghai

06:15 - 8 November, 2016
Aedas' "Cloud on Terrace" Will Bring Vertical Public Space to the Heart of Shanghai, © AsymmetricA
© AsymmetricA

Aedas has unveiled plans for Gemdale Changshou Road, a new mixed-use project located within Shanghai’s urban city ring that will add 45,000 square meters (484,000 square feet) of terraced office and retail space within close proximity of a planned residential development.

Designed by Andrew Bromberg at Aedas, the design is nicknamed “Cloud on Terrace,” as it uses a series of green terraces as a visual and occupiable “bridge between the low-rise, residential developments to the south and Changshou Road to the north.”

© AsymmetricA © AsymmetricA © AsymmetricA Section. Image Courtesy of Aedas +9

Richard Meier & Partners Designs Waterfront Mixed-Use Building in Hamburg

12:20 - 27 September, 2016
Richard Meier & Partners Designs Waterfront Mixed-Use Building in Hamburg, © bloomimages
© bloomimages

Richard Meier & Partners has released images of their competition-winning design for a new 34,750 square meter (374,045 square foot) mixed-use building in Hamburg, Germany that will combine luxury condominiums, rental apartments and the new headquarters for German real estate company Engel & Völkers.

The firm was selected as the winners of an international competition for the design in 2013, beating out proposals from Foster + Partners and Zaha Hadid Architects.

© bloomimages © bloomimages © bloomimages © bloomimages +20

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Wins Competition for Mixed-Use Tower and Urban Plan in Stavanger, Norway

14:20 - 20 September, 2016
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Wins Competition for Mixed-Use Tower and Urban Plan in Stavanger, Norway, © Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
© Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects has won an international competition for the design of an urban redevelopment plan and high-rise in Stavanger, Norway. Beating out entries from Snøhetta, UNStudio, Dark Arkitekter and Eder Biesel Arkitekter, the winning proposal, “Breiavatnet Lanterna,” features a dynamic scheme to support the proliferation of sustainable and creative work environments throughout the city.

The project encompasses a new public center, the transformation of an existing park and a new 101 meter (331 foot) tall tower that will contain 18,170 square meters (195,580 square feet) of highly-flexible space for offices, restaurants, conferences and exhibitions. Both the ground and top floors of the high-rise will be publicly accessible, ensuring the building will remain an asset for the entire community.

© Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects © Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects © Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects © Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects +14

MVRDV Wins Competition to Masterplan New Innovation Port in Hamburg

12:20 - 13 September, 2016
MVRDV Wins Competition to Masterplan New Innovation Port in Hamburg, MVRD’s masterplan foresees the development of a vast site of which hotels, conference halls, offices and start-ups, laboratories, research facilities and parking will occupy the site.. Image Courtesy of MVRDV
MVRD’s masterplan foresees the development of a vast site of which hotels, conference halls, offices and start-ups, laboratories, research facilities and parking will occupy the site.. Image Courtesy of MVRDV

MVRDV with co-architects morePlatz have won a competition to design the masterplan of the Hamburg Innovation Port, a new 70,000 square meter waterfront development that will add to the high-tech hub of Channel Hamburg in Hanse City, Hamburg. The plan for the mixed-use development uses a fusion of existing port typologies and dynamic architectural interventions to create a network of buildings containing hotels, laboratories, research facilities, offices for start-ups and a conference center.

MVRD’s masterplan foresees the development of a vast site of which hotels, conference halls, offices and start-ups, laboratories, research facilities and parking will occupy the site.. Image Courtesy of MVRDV A total surface of 70,000m2 will transform the waterways of  the Channel Hamburg development, the southern high-tech hub of Germany’s northern metropolis.. Image Courtesy of MVRDV The roofs of some buildings are partly green and partly used for terraces and solar cells.. Image Courtesy of MVRDV Part of the plan is the idea of a diverse public space in which each part has its own strong character inviting the office workers to have outside meetings and al fresco luncheons. . Image Courtesy of MVRDV +4

ODA Designs D.C. Development With Views into Nationals Park

16:15 - 5 August, 2016
ODA Designs D.C. Development With Views into Nationals Park, © Luxigon
© Luxigon

ODA New York has released plans for “West Half,” a mixed-use development for the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood of Washington, D.C., that will offer residents views into baseball games at the adjacent Nationals Park. The 11-story building will also feature two floors of retail space and community amenities as it becomes a new visual complement to the neighboring cultural landmark.

© Luxigon © Luxigon © Luxigon © Luxigon +16

Forum Studio's "The Pearl of Istanbul" Features a Marina of Man-Made Islands

16:45 - 3 August, 2016
Forum Studio's "The Pearl of Istanbul" Features a Marina of Man-Made Islands, Courtesy of Forum Studio
Courtesy of Forum Studio

Forum Studio has released plans for “The Pearl of Istanbul”, a mixed-use development situated along a natural bluff overlooking the Marmara Sea that will provide residential, cultural and retail venues for the city of Istanbul. The project’s centerpiece will be the new marina, a string of man-made islands for boat parking that will function as an alternative to a seawall, protecting the development from harsh weather.

Courtesy of Forum Studio Courtesy of Forum Studio Courtesy of Forum Studio Courtesy of Forum Studio +17

TEN Arquitectos' Brooklyn Tower Nearing Completion

14:55 - 26 July, 2016
TEN Arquitectos' Brooklyn Tower Nearing Completion, Courtesy of TEN Arquitectos
Courtesy of TEN Arquitectos

A new landmark on the Brooklyn skyline, TEN Arquitectos’ DBCD (Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District) South building at 300 Ashland, is nearing completion, with tenants expected to move in by the end of the summer. The mixed-use building will feature 379 apartment units and will also become the new home of a number of cultural tenants, including the performing arts organization 651 Arts, MoCADA, Brooklyn Academy of Music cinemas, and a new branch of the Brooklyn Public Library.

Courtesy of TEN Arquitectos Courtesy of TEN Arquitectos Courtesy of TEN Arquitectos Courtesy of TEN Arquitectos +22

Perkins+Will Designs Miami Beach 'Glass Prism'

12:00 - 24 July, 2016
Perkins+Will Designs Miami Beach 'Glass Prism', © Perkins+Will
© Perkins+Will

The Miami office of Perkins+Will has unveiled the designs for 1212 Lincoln Road, a five-story mixed-use structure at the corner of Alton Road and the internationally renowned Lincoln Road Mall in Miami Beach.

The complex, which will span 140,000 square feet excluding parking, will feature 100 boutique hotel units, a European-style market, high-end retail space, as well as 450 parking spaces. The Market portion of the complex will contain fresh produce, as well as a variety of exotic eateries.

Colorful New Shopping District "Joytown" Under Construction in Changsha, China

06:00 - 15 July, 2016
Colorful New Shopping District "Joytown" Under Construction in Changsha, China, Courtesy of AGA
Courtesy of AGA

AGA Architects have designed a new mixed-use development which is currently under construction in the Hong Xing district of Changsha, China. The project is set to become the first prototype of a combined leisure park and shopping mall in the country. A mix of retail, office, residential and hotel space is interspersed with "joyful" elements such as a sky walking corridor, 360-degree restaurant and a sky pool which overlooks the complex. Integrated landscape and a focus on sustainability transform the center into what the architects call a "green park mall."

Courtesy of AGA Courtesy of AGA Courtesy of AGA Courtesy of AGA +17

Ingenhoven Architects' Marina One Tops Out in Singapore

14:10 - 8 July, 2016
Ingenhoven Architects' Marina One Tops Out in Singapore, © Doug and Wolf V5. Courtesy of Ingenhoven
© Doug and Wolf V5. Courtesy of Ingenhoven

Ingenhoven Architects have released images of Marina One, a high-density mixed-use complex for the new Marina Bay Financial District in downtown Singapore. The plan consists of two office towers, two residential towers and a retail podium set between two large urban parks. The project’s centerpiece is the “Green Heart,” which upon completion will become the largest public plaza in the central business district. Construction has currently topped out, with an expected completion date falling sometime in 2017.

Courtesy of Ingenhoven Architects © Doug and Wolf V5. Courtesy of Ingenhoven © M + S Pte Ltd. Courtesy of Ingenhoven © Alexander Schmitz. Courtesy of Ingenhoven +4

Behind the Scenes: Building the American Copper Buildings' Skybridge

12:00 - 12 June, 2016

A new video by JDS Development Group, Building Knowhow: Skybridge, begins with an anecdote of a day when the firemen showed up at the site. “We got a call – the buildings are falling down!” the chief fireman told Michael Jones, director of JDS. Jones responded with a chuckle, "they're supposed to be like that!"

Located on the East Side of Manhattan, the American Copper Buildings, designed by New York-based SHoP Architects, test the boundaries of engineering. In an informative video, JDS Development Group documents the building of a skybridge between the towers, outlining their detail-oriented, step-by-step approach. Located 300 feet in the air, it is New York's first major skybridge in 80 years.

Gensler Unveils Design for AltaSea Campus at the Los Angeles Port

08:00 - 31 May, 2016
Gensler Unveils Design for AltaSea Campus at the Los Angeles Port, ALTASEA campus aerial view. Image Courtesy of Gensler
ALTASEA campus aerial view. Image Courtesy of Gensler

Gensler has revealed their design for the new AltaSea Campus at the Port of Los Angeles. The 35-acre project is dedicated to the scientific study of the ocean and will integrate historic buildings with new research centers and public areas. AltaSea’s existing partnerships make them a key connector within the community, and the new project will “expand scientific-based understanding of the ocean, incubate and sustain ocean-related business and pioneer new ocean-related education programs.” Read more after the break.