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Mixed Use Architecture: The Latest Architecture and News

How Mixed-Use Neighborhoods Can Reduce Crime Rates

The planning and design of mixed-use neighborhoods and individual mixed-use developments are on the rise. Many of the places we frequent most feature a variety of programs, bringing many of life's daily conveniences to one place. But mixed-use spaces do more than just create a diverse array of experiences in cities- they might also help contribute to lower crime rates.

Taipei Roofs / Akihisa Hirata

© akihisa hirata architecture office© PUAEN© akihisa hirata architecture office© Dean Cheng+ 24

Hoa's House / H.2

© Quang Dam
© Quang Dam

© Quang Dam© Quang Dam© Quang Dam© Quang Dam+ 61

  • Architects: H.2
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  113
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  An Cuong, Jotun, Toto, Megan Man, Xingfa
  • Professionals : KAA Studio, AT Cons.

5 Regenerative Strategies to Activate the Dead Edges in our Cities Post-Pandemic

As the city continues to evolve and transform, dead edges in the cityscape begin to emerge, subsequently reducing the level of activity in our built environment. These 'dead edges' refer to the areas that lack active engagement, they remain empty and deprived of people, since they no longer present themselves as useful or appealing. As the Covid-19 pandemic draws to an ultimate close, the first issue we may face post-pandemic is to revive our urban environment. A kiss of life into a tired and outdated cityscape...

The focal element in creating an active and healthy urban environment is by increasing vitality through placemaking. Creating diverse and interesting places to reside, thrive, and work. Here are five regenerative strategies that animate the cityscape and ultimately produce resilient, attractive, and flexible environments.

WeWork Weihai Lu Offices / Linehouse. Image © Jonathon Leijonhufvud10 Charles Apartment Building / COOKFOX Architects. Image © Frank OudemanTOD Project Shenzhen Biophilic design / Ronald Lu & Partners . Image Courtesy of Ronald Lu & PartnersNeighbourhood Next 15-Minute City / Gehl Architects . Image Courtesy of 3XN+ 18

Hybrid Houses: 15 Projects that Explore the Variations of the Home Office

It's not uncommon to see housing complexes integrate commercial spaces at the ground level, but the challenge of mediating between the private and public realm on a smaller scale, especially with the rise of the home office, has forced architects to explore all aspects of the structure, from the topography it sits on, to the direction of light and wind, to the design and organization the domestic space. This interior focus explores different design solutions that show how architects and interior designers transformed their projects from a living space into a mixed-use typology, taking into account privacy, flexibility, functionality, and predefined spatial requirements.

Baan Priggang / BodinChapa Architects. Image © Witsawarut Kekina10M4D House / guga Urban Architecture. Image © Joonhwan YoonMultiple House / P+S Estudio de Arquitectura. Image © Imagen SubliminalHae-mut-je House and Office / Architecture Studio YEIN. Image © Joonhwan Yoon+ 28

FCBStudios Designs Mixed-Use Development in the Heart of Bristol

Courtesy of FCBStudios
Courtesy of FCBStudios

FCBStudios' redevelopment plans for St Mary le Port Bristol received planning approval, spearheading the transformation of the key site into a vibrant piece of the urban fabric. The scheme embraces the historical importance of St Mary le Port church tower and ruins, reinstates pre-WWII street patterns while reconnecting the area with the city centre. Featuring office and commercial spaces, the project is set to improve central Bristol's working and shopping experience.

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Noa* Network of Architecture Envisions Triangular Modules for Community and Culture Center

noa* network of architecture has unveiled a prototype of a Centre for Culture and Community (CeCuCo) questioning "what form flexibility takes, how nature can be embedded in the project and how far the role of the architect goes, in the belief that a project only works when people make it their own". The center is a research project that explores how to create flexible and multifunctional spaces without a fixed context, giving the community the chance to decide, act, and circulate within the architecture.

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Benthem Crouwel Architects Designs Mixed-Use Development in Prague

Benthem Crouwel Architects reveals competition-winning design for the Valley, a new mixed-use development comprising housing, workspaces and retail in Prague. Featuring a rooftop landscape designed by Felixx Landscape Architects & Planners, and a network of diverse public spaces, the project introduces high density and varied programming while establishing a strong connection with the surrounding neighbourhood.

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Escenario SHIROKANE Building / Ryuichi Sasaki / Sasaki Architecture + Rieko Okumura / YTRO DESIGN INSTITUTE

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SOM's Mixed-Use Development in West Manhattan Opens to the Public

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) and Brookfield Properties' Manhattan West, a six-building project, has opened to the public. Nestled in the heart of New York City’s Far West Side, the mixed-use development aims to link several New York neighborhoods and transform unutilized spaces above rail lines into new dynamic destinations.

© Jakob Dahlin© Lucas Blair Simpson © SOM© Lucas Blair Simpson © SOM© Fadi Asmar © SOM+ 5

The 2022 Edition of the EU Mies van der Rohe Award Reveals Final List of Works Competing

The European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe have announced the second list of 85 works competing for the 2022 European Union Prize for Contemporary ArchitectureMies van der Rohe Award. Joining the batch of first nominations announced in February 2021, the full list comprises now of 532 competing works for the EU Mies Award 2022. The shortlist of 40 will be announced in January 2022, the winners in April 2022, and the Award ceremony will take place in May 2022.

Kirkkonummi Library (Fyyri) - Finland ©Tuomas Uusheimo. Image Courtesy of EU Mies AwardHarbor Building Belgium ©Karin Borghouts. Image Courtesy of EU Mies AwardPatio of the Faculty of Fine Arts Spain ©Jesús Granada. Image Courtesy of EU Mies AwardAlbania - VIlla Mara ©Genti Onuzi. Image Courtesy of EU Mies Award+ 10

Daramu House / Tzannes

© Ben Guthrie© Brett Boardman© Ben Guthrie© Ben Guthrie+ 16

SHAREtenjincho / Spatial Design Studio + A Studio + Tailand

© Kaoru Yamada© Kaoru Yamada© Kaoru Yamada© Kaoru Yamada+ 23

Lume Residential Building / SJB

© Brett Boardman© Brett Boardman© Brett Boardman© Brett Boardman+ 24

  • Architects: SJB
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  7250
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020

Book Strolling House / Todot Architects and Partners

© Jinbo Choi© Jinbo Choi© Jinbo Choi© Jinbo Choi+ 28

Pyeongtaek-si, South Korea

Lee Lee Heon / SOSU ARCHITECTS

© Kyung Roh
© Kyung Roh

© Kyung Roh© Kyung Roh© Kyung Roh© Kyung Roh+ 29

Ngói Space / H&P Architects

© Le Minh Hoang© Le Minh Hoang© Le Minh Hoang© Le Minh Hoang+ 40

  • Architects: H&P Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  510
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Viglacera