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XTU Reveal Singapore Monument Inspired by Tropical Forests

09:00 - 20 June, 2019
XTU Reveal Singapore Monument Inspired by Tropical Forests, © XTU
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XTU architects have published their competition entry for the Founder’s Memorial in Singapore’s Bay East Garden. Inspired by the mangroves and banyans of Singapore which stand tall along the coastal regions of tropical areas, the memorial dives its routes into the ground, before shooting skywards.

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JTP Designs New Russian Eco-City District in Kazan

05:00 - 28 March, 2019
JTP Designs New Russian Eco-City District in Kazan, Kazan Eco-city District. Image Courtesy of JTP
Kazan Eco-city District. Image Courtesy of JTP

London-based practice JTP won the competition to create a 760ha masterplan for a new eco-city district in Kazan, Russia. Working with OXO Architects, Terra Scape and XTU Architects, the team proposed the development outside the regional capital of Tatarstan. Dubbed Ecopolis, the design centers on a series of "green fingers" that connect to a landscape ring around the district.

Kazan Eco-city District. Image Courtesy of JTP Kazan Eco-city District. Image Courtesy of JTP Kazan Eco-city District. Image Courtesy of JTP Kazan Eco-city District. Image Courtesy of JTP + 5

9 Female Architects Shortlisted for AR’s Women in Architecture Awards

12:00 - 7 February, 2017
9 Female Architects Shortlisted for AR’s Women in Architecture Awards

The Architectural Review (AR) has announced the shortlist of 9 female architects in the running for its 2016 Woman Architect of the Year and the Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture awards. This year’s candidates come from a wide range of backgrounds, operating in UK, Mexico, France, the USA and Canada, and have been lauded by the AR for their “projects demonstrating exceptional design and awareness of geographical and political contexts.”

XTU’s French Wine Civilizations Museum Set to Open in 2016

06:00 - 5 June, 2015
XTU’s French Wine Civilizations Museum Set to Open in 2016, Wooden Structure. Image Courtesy of XTU Architects
Wooden Structure. Image Courtesy of XTU Architects

The Bordeaux Wine Museum’s wooden structure has been completed, the first step in an ambitious project slated to open in 2016. Designed by XTU Architects, and situated along the coast of the river Garonne in Bordeaux, France, the museum aims to stand as a beacon and “guardian angel” against the skyline of the riverbank. Inspired by the timeless spirit of French wine, the building forms flow in a continuous space without corners, evoking the circular motion that awakens a wine before tasting.

Rendered Exterior View. Image Courtesy of XTU Architects Rendered Interior View. Image Courtesy of XTU Architects Rendered Interior View. Image Courtesy of XTU Architects Exterior Diagram. Image Courtesy of XTU Architects + 14