AD Round Up: Awarded Competitions Part III

It’s been a long time since our last Round Up on Awarded Competitions. So to finish this week, here’s our third selection. Check them all after the break.

Schmidt hammer lassen architects to design largest public library in Scandinavia Our friends from SHL architects just sent us their new project. They won an international competition to design “Urban Mediaspace”, the largest public library in Scandinavia. The € 228 million scheme, located in Aarhus, Denmark, will become a new visual and cultural focal point for the city whilst pioneering the next generation of library design. SHL Architects’ innovative, 30.000 m2 scheme reassesses traditional concepts of library design (read more…)

3XN wins architecture competition for the Randers Museum of Art 3XN just shared with us their winning entry for the Randers Museum of Art, a “sculpture sitting in a sculpture garden” according to the architects, a sinuous building both open to both the town and the landscape. The red-tile façade of the exterior becomes the roof, and similarly on the inside, the floor becomes a wall, and then the wall a ceiling (read more…)

Archi5 wins “Nya Årstafältet” Master Plan Competition for Stockholm French firm archi5 has been announced winner of the International Master Plan Competition for Stockholm’s Nya Årstafältet neighborhood. Archi5’s winning proposal ‘Arkipelag’ has been a collaboration with landscape architect Michel Desvigne. The master plan covers 260 acres of which 2,260,000 sf will be used for office space and 4,300,000 sf for residential (read more…)

drdharchitects wins library and concert hall competition in Norway drdharchitects has won first place in the international competition to design a new library and concert hall in Bodø, Norway. The Bodø Kulturhus and Library will consist of two public buildings; a new city library (5,500m²) and a three-auditorium concert hall (7,350m²), creating a new cultural centre for the Norwegian coastal city (read more…)

Cie architects to design the Tianjin Urban Planning Museum Dutch firm Cie Architects recently received first prize in the competition to design the Tianjin Urban Planning Museum, China. The building is composed of 3 distinct sections: Urban planning museum and offices, new year’s painting gallery and studios, and a conference centre totaling 29,000 sqm including parking (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Awarded Competitions Part III" 28 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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