Ruta del Peregrino Lookout Point, designed by Swiss architects HHF architects. + Text below provided by HHF architects Context and shape of the building Ruta Peregrino is a path that goes from Ameca to Talpa de Allende, in the State of Jalisco near Guadalajara, Mexico. During holy week, about 2 million people walk along this [...]
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Located in the southwestern part of Inner Mongolia, in Ordos City, the Kaokaoshina New District is an emerging art and cultural district organized by Ai Wei Wei. Kaokaoshina is positioned to be a thriving tourist destination, in anticipation, the development calls for a series of villas for people to live and visit to experience this [...]
A young Sweden based architecture firm Visiondivision believes in strong concepts and constantly re-investigating their role as architects by always pushing the limits of their field of work and the strategies of their design. Tornado, is an entry for an opera competition in Taiwan which was a collaboration with Markus Wagner, a member of Svensk [...]
Regium Waterfront project designed by London practice Zaha Hadid Architects for the Municipality of Reggio Calabria in southern Italy. The project composed of 3 separated elements that will house a museum of Mediterranean history and performing art center, serving a gathering place for all ages.
The new Campagneplein dormitory with 87 apartments at Twente University campus, Enschede, Netherlands is designed by Arons and Gelauff Architects. The building features a nine stories high climbing wall on one side, this climbing wall was an integral part of the building’s design from the first design sketches, whereby the wall and the apartments helped [...]
The renovation project for the mother house of the Deaconess Community of St-Loup was awarded to Localarchitecture and architect Danilo Mondada.
Ian Bryan Architects designed a 14 storey tower in Walter Jinonice Development that will act as a visual focal point and landmark for the whole development. The incredible tower ideally inclined towards highway is to expose the visual connection to the public
Dutch architects MVRDV and Danish co-architects ADEPT have won a competition to design the Rødovre Skyscraper in Copenhagen, Denmark. By creating a tower that is basically a grid structure with a minimal pixel size, any configuration can be imagined and filled in.
Type: Competition, 3rd prize Project: Italian Pavillion for Expo Shanghai 2010 Architect: BiCuadro Architects Location: Shanghai, China Images © BiCuadro Architects The first prize winner of the contest: “Better City, Better Life” for Shanghai Expo 2010 was BIG, Bjarke Ingels Group – Denmark Pavillion. Here again the 3rd prize winner Italian Pavillion, designed by BiCuadro [...]
Architect: Oficina De Arquitectura – Emilio Marín + Nicolás Norero Project: WOMEN’S MONUMENT IN MEMORY – Female Victims of Political Repression Location: Santiago, Chile. Photography: Cristobal Palma This project was the first Prize won by Chile architect Oficina De Arquitectura in Sep 2004 and has been constructed in 2006/07.
Project: The Bella Center Architect: 3XN architects Location: Island of Amager, Denmark Area: 31,000 m2 (Phase 1 16,000 m2 + Phase 2 15,000 m2) Team: Kim Herforth Nielsen, Bo Boje Larsen, Jan Ammundsen, Marie Hesseldahl Larsen, Maiken Schmidt Nielsen, Børge Motland, Svend Roald Jensen, Jørgen Søndermark, Bodil Nordstrøm images © 3XN architects 3XN architects have [...]
Type: Competition, First Prize Project: The Danish Pavilion Architect: BIG, Bjarke Ingels Group Size: 3,000 m2 Client: Danish Enterprise and Construction Authority Location: Shanghai, China Completion: 2010 all images © BIG BIG, Bjarke Ingels Group has won the design competition for the Danish Pavilion at the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, in collaboration with Arup [...]