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Mosque of Reflection / waiwai

© Darren Bradley© Darren BradleyCourtesy of waiwai© Darren Bradley+ 14

  • Architects: waiwai
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  2800
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Colortek, Cornish
  • Professionals : waiwai

Explore Architecture Studios from Around the World Through the Lens of Marc Goodwin

Moving forward with his "ultra-marathon of photoshoots", architectural photographer Marc Goodwin is putting together an Atlas of Architectural Atmospheres by Arcmospheres, a project that seeks to document diverse architecture and design studios from around the world. Since 2016, the architectural photographer has been traveling "far and wide to capture the atmospheres of architecture studios in order to produce an online and print resource for the architecture community", and after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Goodwin resumed his project with an exploration of Berlin's architecture offices, capturing the work environment of renowned firms such as Hesse, LAVA, JWA, and FAR frohn&rojas, to name a few.

archi5 - Paris. Image © Marc GoodwinJägnefält Milton - Stockholm . Image © Marc GoodwinESTUDIO CARME PINOS - Barcelona. Image © Marc GoodwiniArc Architects - Seoul. Image © Marc Goodwin and Felix Nybergh+ 21

Hungary Pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai / ArchEA Atelier + Paralel Atelier

© Mr. Bence Csernyus
© Mr. Bence Csernyus

© Mr. Bence Csernyus© Mr. Bence Csernyus© Mr. Bence Csernyus© Mr. Bence Csernyus+ 26

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  1828
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Viaplant

First Images of Killa Design's Museum of the Future in Dubai Unveiled Ahead of Opening

New images of Dubai's Museum of the Future by Killa Design and Buro Happold have been unveiled ahead of its official opening on February 22nd, 2022. The museum promises a one-of-a-kind experience that merges science, technology, and the environment through distinct themes and immersive environments that tap into all five senses. The project aims to "transform the very perception of the future as we know it", showcasing a world that is imaginable 50 years from now.

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Brazilian Pavilion Expo Dubai 2020 / MMBB Arquitetos + Ben-Avid + JPG.ARQ

© Joana França© Jon Wallis© Joana França© Joana França+ 46

3 New Projects in Dubai that Highlight the Possibilities of Fiber Cement Cladding

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Made of cement reinforced with cellulose fibers, fiber cement cladding is a building material used to cover the exterior of a wide range of buildings, including hotels, schools, office buildings, retail centers, hospitals, corporate centers, and residential buildings. Fibre cement panels are aesthetically pleasing, long-lasting, and highly resistant to fire and weathering.

Architect Diana Najib Hamad provides interesting case studies for the use of fiber cement in three recent Dubai-based commissions.

German Pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai / LAVA

© Taufik Kenan
© Taufik Kenan

© Roland Halbe© Roland Halbe© facts and fiction NUSSLI Adunic photographer Andreas Keller© Roland Halbe+ 34

The Green Arch Belgian Pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai / Vincent Callebaut Architectures + assar architects

© Nizar Bredan
© Nizar Bredan

© Nizar Bredan© Nizar Bredan© Nizar Bredan© Nizar Bredan+ 33

Thematic Districts Expo Dubai 2020 / Hopkins Architects

© Marc Goodwin
© Marc Goodwin

© Marc Goodwin© Marc Goodwin© Marc Goodwin© Marc Goodwin+ 8

Calatrava's UAE Pavilion Through the Lens of Stephane Aboudaram

A "symbolic interpretation of the flow of movement", Calatrava’s design for the UAE Pavilion at the 2020 Expo Dubai is a 15,000 square meters immersive and multisensory experience. Images recently shot by Stephane Aboudaram highlight a structure of 28 automated cantilevered wings, that open and rotate at a range of 110 and 125 degrees. Moreover, these photos also show a central skylight, that mimics the logo of this year’s expo.

© Stephane Aboudaram© Stephane Aboudaram© Stephane Aboudaram© Stephane Aboudaram+ 34

Polish Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai References the Flight of Birds Through Kinetic Sculpture

Designed by Warsaw-based architecture practice WXCA and Swiss studio Bellprat Partner, the Polish Pavilion for Expo 2020 Dubai is a nod to the country's natural landscapes representing an essential part of Polish identity. Through a modular structure enveloped by a kinetic sculpture resembling a flock of birds, the project references the idea of mobility while showcasing the natural connection established by bird migration between Poland and UAE.

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Brazil Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai Offers Sensory Experience of Brazilian Biodiversity

Designed by JPG.ARQ, MMBB Arquitetos, and Ben-Avid, the Brazil Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai offers a sensory experience that connects visitors of the World Expo with Brazilian biomes and cultural heritage.

© Dima Stouhi© David Basulto© David BasultoFoto © Rui Furtado+ 32

South Korean Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai / Moon Hoon + Mooyuki

© Kim Changmook© Kim Changmook© Kim Changmook© Kim Changmook+ 42

Spanish Pavilion at the Universal Expo Dubai 2020 / amann-canovas-maruri

© Luis Asín© Luis Asín© Adriá Goula© Luis Asín+ 36

Russian Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai / SPEECH

© Ilya Ivanov
© Ilya Ivanov

© Ilya Ivanov© Ilya Ivanov© Ilya Ivanov© Ilya Ivanov+ 36

  • Architects: SPEECH
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  3630
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Professionals : Inventure

The Netherlands Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai Creates a New Temporary Biotope in the Desert

The Netherlands Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai proposes a circular climate system that harvests water, energy, manufactures rain and produces food, creating a temporary biotope that embodies the fusion between art, architecture and technology. Designed by V8 Architects, with a visitor experience curated by Kossmanndejong, the pavilion creates a multi-sensory narrative around natural phenomena. Industrial materials like metal sheets, steel tubes, ducts and pipes blend unexpectedly with vegetation and textile fabrics to create a spatial journey culminating in a centrepiece that provides a tranquil stop amidst the bustle of the Expo.

© Jeroen MuschCourtesy of Netherlands Pavilion and Kossmanndejong© Jeroen Musch© Jeroen Musch+ 23