Yenikapı Transfer Point, Archaeo-Park by MVRDV-ABOUTBLANK

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Yenikapı Transfer Point and Archaeo-Park Area designed by Rotterdam, The Netherlands based Dutch architecture firm MVRDV and Istanbul based Turkish architecture firm ABOUTBLANK for İstanbul Metropolitan Municipality. Location of the project is Yenikapı, İstanbul, Turkey. Project area is 1.300.000 sqm, and constrcuted area 160.000 sqm. With Istanbul as the immutable intersection of vast and diverse mobilities, the design created by MVRDV and […]

FW observatory by Jun Murata

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FW observatory designed by Japanese architect and designer Jun Murata’s Osaka based design office JAM. Location of the project is Osaka, Japan. Overall completion will be in 2013. Function of FW observatory is rest place, observatory. Site area is 363 m2, architectural area is 93 m2, design completed between June – August 2012. The site is located at the gentle […]

TAG by Ontwerpwerk

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Renovation of TAG is a project by Dutch designer Ed Annink’s The Hague and Amsterdam based multidisciplinary design agency Ontwerpwerk. TAG is a platform for contemporary audiovisual art in The Hague. The city council asked Ontwerpwerk to refurbish the existing gallery. Transparency was the watchword. Ontwerpwerk opened up the façade to give the place a more inviting image. […]

Kvadrat Center by Jarmund/Vigsnaes AS Architects

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Kvadrat Center in Sandnes, Norway designed by Oslo-based Jarmund/Vigsnaes AS Architects. Kvadrat is an exhisting shopping mall in Sandnes, close to Stavanger City. Primary architects of this project are Einar Jarmund, Håkon Vigsnæs, Alessandra Kosberg, Claes Cho Heske Ekornås, Halvor Kloster, Trine Johanne Jamtli, Nils Røsvik. The expansion of the shopping center is planned to double its […]

Taipei Performing Arts Center by Architects Collective

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Taipei Performing Arts Center by Vienna-based Architects Collective, awarded with honorable mention at international competition. The Performing Arts Center is located in downtown Taipei, TPE in the vicinity of a large open market and consists of three distinct and different theaters and ancillary buildings. By designing a continuous ramp-like public landscape, the design offers visitors the opportunity […]

AirBaltic Terminal by Architects Collective

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Vienna-based Architects Collective designed AirBaltic Terminal in Riga, Latvia (LVA), for airBaltic. Gross floor area of construction of the airport terminal is 60.000 m2. The new Air Baltic Terminal is located just north of the existing terminal in a C-shaped configuration that can be extended to the south or the north by the addition of L-shaped […]

Turbine Bridge by DWAWU Architects

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Turbine Bridge by DWAWU Architects is a hydroelectric power station concept that also serves as a multifunctional space on Amsterdam’s Amstel River. Architects Adam Wiercinski and Borys Wrzeszcz are the founders of  DWAWU Architects. On the main internal level there is space dedicated to pedestrian walkers and cyclists, cafes and stores while the upper level […]

City Green Court by Richard Meier & Partners Architects

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City Green Court in Prague, Czech Republic is a project by Richard Meier & Partners Architecs. City Green Court is the third of a cluster of buildings designed by Richard Meier & Partners completing the corner of the Radio Plaza superblock located in the Pankrac area of Prague. It is conceived as a geometric volume […]

Mercedes-Benz Museum by Asymptote Architects

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Mercedes-Benz Museum by Asymptote Architects reflects the fascinating history of the brand. Mercedes-Benz Museum is an automotive museum housed in Stuttgart, Germany. A museum for the history of the automobile as expreienced through the lens of Mercedes-Benz must accomodate the rich heritage of the Mercedes brand but place it in the context of the present […]

Odyssey Moving Museum by Hariri&Hariri

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This nomadic museum is 34,000 square feet with a mission to bring art to people and bring people to art. The Odyssey Museum will be exhibiting a cosmic journey of contemporary artists who use myth and cycle of life from creation to death such as Bill Viola, Matthew Barney, Mike Kelley, Carsten Holler, Damien Hirst […]