AD Round Up: Mixed Use Part VI

AD Round Up: Mixed Use Part VI

For our sixth selection of previously featured mix-used projects we have some great designs from last year. Check them all after the break!

8 House / BIG Celebrating its third project with the same development team in the maturing neighborhood of Orestad, the construction of the 61,000 sqm 8 House has come to an end, allowing people to bike all the way from the street up to its 10th level penthouses alongside terraced gardens where the first residents have already moved in (read more…)

M+ / HAHN Design M+ is a building located at the resonating border/liminal space where heterogeneous urban elements such as super-luxury residential skyscrapers, dilapidated low-rise housing, houses converted into offices, and offices that double as residences all collide and interact. M+ is a process of discovering the ever renewing relational possibility within this liminality (read more…)

Crystal Towers / Vivid Architects South Africa-based Vivid Architects shared with us their project “Crystal Towers”. The development comprises a 5 star hotel, 90 luxury residences, a standalone office building, and a 80m steel suspension foot bridge (read more…)

Library + Restaurant + Multifunctional Space / BOB361 Architects The building site is situated between the main road of the city of Dendermonde and the green bank of the river Dender. Three urban strategies lead to the creation of a new connection of these two contrasting atmospheres (read more…)

International Coffee Plaza / Richard Meier + Partners New York architects Richard Meier & Partners announced the opening of the new corporate headquarters for Neumann Kaffee Gruppe (NKG), the world’s largest green coffee service group located in Hamburg’s HafenCity. The site of the new building is a part of a redevelopment initiative of the post-industrial port into a business, commercial and cultural center (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Mixed Use Part VI" 08 Mar 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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