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Innovative copper staircase goes beyond the limits of design

Innovative copper staircase goes beyond the limits of design

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• July 5, 2013 • Comments (0)

The project was designed and completed in close collaboration with Design Architect STUDIO MISHIN Architectural Bureau’s Sergey Mishin and Katya Larina and Technical Architects Daniel Llofriu Pou, Alberto Arguimbau. Arup has created a unique three dimensional and perforated copper staircase, specifically designed as the central staircase of “Villa Mallorca” project, pushing the limitations of geometry […]

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Arup supports ALA win Helsinki Central Library competition

Arup supports ALA win Helsinki Central Library competition

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• June 20, 2013 • Comments (0)

ALA Architects, a Helsinki-based architectural firm supported by Arup Ireland, was announced as the winner of the international design competition for this new library. The project is the new benchmark for energy consumption in a modern high-technology library facility. The Architectural concept has required us to develop an economic structural solution combining a 3D arched […]

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1 Bligh Street wins the The International Highrise Award 2012

1 Bligh Street wins the The International Highrise Award 2012

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• December 7, 2012 • Comments (0)

This elliptical-shaped office in the heart of Sydney set new standards for sustainability and innovative high-rise design in Australia. 1 Bligh Street, Sydney’s first 6 Star Green Star high-rise building, won the International Highrise Award 2012 during a ceremony which took place in Paulskirche in Frankfurt. Designed by Germany’s Ingenhoven Architects and Australia’s Architectus, the […]

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Oslo's Astrup Fearnley Museum reopens

Oslo’s Astrup Fearnley Museum reopens

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• September 29, 2012 • Comments (0)

The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Contemporary Art is to reopen on 29 September in Tjuvholmen, the newest arts district of Oslo. Daylight in Norway, particularly in the winter months, is precious. With this in mind, we designed a roof system that allows as much winter sun in as possible and, through a series of layers, […]

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Stedelijk Museum opened by the Queen Beatrix

Stedelijk Museum opened by the Queen Beatrix

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• September 23, 2012 • Comments (0)

The new levitated superstructure contains exhibition space, a restaurant, a shop and the new entrance. Arup is responsible for the structural design and the lighting design. Designed by Benthem Crouwel Architects, the new building, popularly called ‘the Bath Tub’, adds over 9,000m2 to the historic museum building. This includes programme space as well as 3,400m2 […]

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Fireworks \ ARUP

Fireworks \ ARUP

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• June 23, 2012 • Comments (0)

Fireworks above the Amsterdam motorway Love in the City introduces Aphrodite of Amsterdam, a piece of art by Leonard van Munster in the public space. The declaration of love on the rooftop of a building will be visible for the next few years. Overlooking the city’s A10 ring road, the 10m high LED-installation simulates fireworks […]

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The Metropol Parasol \ Film by Arup

The Metropol Parasol \ Film by Arup

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• February 1, 2012 • Comments (0)

The Metropol Parasol was designed by Architect, J. MAYER H., with engineering consulting from Arup. The Metropol Parasol is one of the largest wooden structures in the world and was completed in April 2011. It has become a new centre for Seville. Arup‘s positive influence on the world is explored in a film about Metropol […]

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