Housing, retail, hotels, restaurants, offices and even a library. You’ll find everything in the fourth part of our previously featured mixed use projects selection. Check them all after the break.
Bumps / SAKO Architects ‘BUMPS in Beijing’ is an integrated project with four residences as well as a commercial building. The traditional residence buildings in China are oriented south and north. With the increase in the density of the buildings, the traditional method causes buildings too close to each other and the rooms facing to the north can hardly get sunshine (read more…)
The Ubud / TWS & Partners This project is a small scale of mix use building, located within the heart of Jakarta. The main function is to house the famous BEBEK BENGIL restaurant from Ubud, Bali. The original Bebek Bengil restaurant is very famous with it’s specialty of crispy fried duck menu and have a unique location, which sit on the exotic rice or padi field. That’s why this place is become one of the must – visit tourist destination place (read more…)
The Docks Dombasles / Hamonic + Masson architects Hamonic et Masson’s mixed-use office and housing building is part of an initiative to preserve and reuse the industrial heritage of the southern quarters of Le Havre, France. Through its scale, rhythm, shape and materials, the project forms an integral part of a re-envisioned harbour landscape, creating the transition between a domestic scale and the greater harbour landscape (read more…)
Zagrad Center / Randić & Turato Zagrad project is located in the center of Rijeka. Project is located on top of the underground garage with 900 parking places and a future city train station. The mixed-use program of 18,000 sqm consists of retail and office spaces and in third of housing. Center is divided in 6 separate office buildings, each with a different façade, on top of which is laid a continuous structure of apartments (read more…)
Lucien Rose Complex / Atelier du Pont Dreamed by of Edmond Herve, Mayor of Rennes from 1977 to 2008 and a leading figure on the French political scene, the new Lucien Rose Complex created by Atelier du Pont is in keeping with an area that has historically belonged to the city’s more prosperous inhabitants: the down-town Thabor Botanical Gardens district. This could have evoked a trend from the distant past – a sort of ‘ghettofication‘ where the poorer classes took over ‘posh’ neighbourhoods but it has resulted in a happy marriage instead (read more…)