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DFDS Global Headquarters / PLH Arkitekter

© Thorbjørn Hansen, Kontraframe
© Thorbjørn Hansen, Kontraframe

© Thorbjørn Hansen, Kontraframe© Thorbjørn Hansen, Kontraframe© Thorbjørn Hansen, Kontraframe© Thorbjørn Hansen, Kontraframe+ 37

  • Architects: PLH Arkitekter
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  15500
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Boen, Wood Flooring, Dalton, Terrazzo Stairs, Desso, Carpet Tiles, Ecophon, Acoustic Ceiling, Eiler Thomsen, Alu facades, +5

Ahad Ha’am Tower / Bar Orian Architects + Schwartz Besnosoff Architects

© Amit Geron© Amit Geron© Amit Geron© Amit Geron+ 22

Coral Pavilion / cmDesign Atelier

© Tolulope Sanusi© Tolulope Sanusi© Tolulope Sanusi© Tolulope Sanusi+ 14

Kamigori Nursery School / Katsuhiro Miyamoto & Associates

© Takumi Ota© Takumi Ota© Takumi Ota© Takumi Ota+ 18

Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep / JGMA

© Dimitre Photography Inc© Dimitre Photography Inc© Dimitre Photography Inc© Dimitre Photography Inc+ 39

A Saramaga House / DC.AD

© Francisco Nogueira
© Francisco Nogueira

© Francisco Nogueira© Francisco Nogueira© Francisco Nogueira© Francisco Nogueira+ 32

  • Architects: DC.AD
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021

Lidhja e Prizrenit Kindergarden / StudioArch4

© Besart Cani© Besart Cani© Besart Cani© Besart Cani+ 27

Paskuqan, Albania
  • Architects: Studioarch4
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  2337
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AutoDesk, Alumil, EMSH Shpk, Weiss Profil

Casa granero / Sur taller de arquitectura

© Gonzalo Viramonte© Gonzalo Viramonte© Gonzalo Viramonte© Gonzalo Viramonte+ 19

Falda del Carmen, Argentina
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  3552 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AutoDesk, Sika, ACINDAR, Aluar, Atrim, +7

Foster + Partners Reveals BWDC Residential Tower in Manila

Foster + Partners has revealed the design of the BWDC Residential Tower, a luxury apartment building in Manila, the Philippines. The new tower combines the city’s vernacular architecture and traditional veranda lifestyle with modern high-rise living. The project is the firm's latest in the tropics which responds to the regions’ intense weather systems, mitigating high temperatures and humidity through passive design strategies.

Courtesy of Foster + PartnersCourtesy of Foster + PartnersCourtesy of Foster + PartnersManila. Image © KieferPix. Image via Shutterstock+ 4

Thorpness Beach House / IF_DO

© Nick Dearden
© Nick Dearden

© Nick Dearden© Nick Dearden© Nick Dearden© Nick Dearden+ 33

Thorpeness, United Kingdom

A Wooden Shelter Open to the Landscape: A Project Born From YACademy Courses

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Courtesy of YAC - Young Architects Competitions
Courtesy of YAC - Young Architects Competitions

It was 2019 when, within the workshop of YACademy’s course in Architecture for Landscape, a group of international students developed the project for a bivouac for the Brédy family. Today, thanks to that experience, a magnificent new intervention of contemporary architecture arises in the mountains of Aosta Valley, signed by Chiara Tessarollo, Skye Sturm and Facundo Arboit, alumni of the prestigious international academy.

David Chipperfield Architects and Zeidler Architecture Selected to Redesign “Most Prestigious Property in Canada”

David Chipperfield Architects and Toronto-based Zeidler Architecture, have won an international competition to transform the Block 2 parliamentary precinct, a 51,000 sqm redevelopment zone in downtown Ottawa, Canada. As a site with significant national importance, the project aims to not only provide facilities for democratic government and urban infrastructure, but also to represent the values of a nation and a vision for its sustainable and inclusive future. The project proposes a new public square alongside the main building and on axis with the Peace Tower, as well as an open space to promote dialogue between Parliamentarians, the community, and the wider public.

The garden atrium is a covered courtyard and shared social space. Image © ProspetticaA committee room in the eastern part of the block. Image © ProspetticaThe project retains the existing buildings and integrates new net-zero additions. Image © ProspetticaThe new additions use reclaimed copper facades with timber structure and interior. Image © Prospettica+ 6

Ventolera Refuge / TATÚ Arquitectura

© Marcos Guiponi
© Marcos Guiponi

© Marcos Guiponi© Marcos Guiponi© Marcos Guiponi© Marcos Guiponi+ 27

Villa Serrana, Uruguay
  • Architects: TATÚ Arquitectura
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  753
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021

Camden Highline, London’s New Park in the Sky, Is Submitted for Planning

The Camden Highline, a London project that plans to turn a disused stretch of railway viaduct into a new elevated park and walking route, was submitted for planning. The 1.2km route, 8 meters above ground, will connect Camden Gardens in the west to York Way in the east. The design was awarded to a team led by James Corner Field Operations, the practice behind the New York High Line, who will work with Kentish town-based vPPR Architects, London artist Hew Locke, community consultation organization Street Space and Dutch garden designer Piet Oudolf, among others.

Courtesy of James Corner Field OperationsCamden Highline aerial view visualisation. Image © Hayes DavidsonCamden Highline ground level view visualisation. Image © Hayes DavidsonCamden Highline axon drawing. Image © Camden Highline+ 5

When Architecture Innovates in Beauty Salons

Usually, people look for a beauty salon to leave transformed. In addition to the aesthetic changes, the environment itself can trigger different sensations that change the mood of customers. That being said, some establishments hire architects and interior designers to think of ways to innovate their spaces. Relaxing, having fun, surprising, are just some of the actions that can be passed through a project that thinks about different ways to bring comfort to users.

Lula Hair Salon / YYA / Yusuke Yoshino Architects. Image: © Takumi OtaMaitre Hair Salon / FATHOM. Image: © Tatsuya Tabiiend…Link Beauty Salon / Yasunari Tsukada Design. Image: © Stirling ElmendorfHairdresser's Salon Talstrasse Zürich / Wuelser Bechtel Architekten. Image: © Stefan Wülser+ 12

Fascination and Repulsion for the Aesthetics of Abandonment

Image © Romain Veillon
Image © Romain Veillon

The hands hold the weight of the entire body, feeling the rough texture of unplastered mortar on its thin membrane. Even with the whole body stretched out against the wall, it still was not possible to see what was behind it. Sweat, in a mixture of adrenaline and heat, ran down his temples, indicating the movement for a final effort, a last impulse before the imminent fall that, for a few seconds, allowed him to overcome the last row. The field of vision was then opened to a fragmented, disconnected and oddly free world. An urban power that allowed itself to be strangled by the breath of tropical vegetation while being consumed by abandonment amidst an active and dynamic city.

Image © Sandra CalvoImage © Sandra CalvoImage © Romain VeillonImage © Romain Veillon+ 9

New York City Is Failing Its Citizens on the Environment

This article was originally published on Common Edge.

The new, online NYC Climate Dashboard confirms that New York City is not doing enough to meet its climate goals. What’s worse, the goals don’t measure up to the challenge citizens face. A growing consensus among scientists says the world has only until the end of this decade to avert catastrophic climate change. Here in New York, the biggest contributions to greenhouse gasses come from our buildings and our driving. As an architect and urban designer, John Massengale shares what he believes the world is missing and some significant changes that the world can make for the sake of future generations.

© Iwan Baan© Jermaine Ee on Unsplash . Image Central Parkvia Shutterstock User OscityCourtesy of NYC Municipal Archives+ 6

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