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7.2

Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) / Zaha Hadid Architects

Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) by Zaha Hadid's latest structure is an over 300,000 square-foot cultural complex in Seoul that contains a landscaped park, exhibition halls, labs, and seminar rooms. The building has a facade made up of approximately 45,000 aluminum panels that was created using advanced three-dimensional digital construction technologies. Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) is a blend of traditional buildings, relics and cutting-edge modern multicultural facilities...... Read More...

Hotel Scandic Victoria Tower / Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB

This amazing glass-clad tower was created by architect Gert Wingardh. The entire hotel features designer furniture from Vitra, Montana and Flos. The lobby, lounge and restaurant flow into each other, creating a social arena for working, meeting, eating, drinking and relaxing. Enjoy a drink in the Skybar on the 34th floor, with its fantastic views over Kista and Stockholm...... Read More...
8.2

The Shard London’s Tallest Tower / Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Designed by Renzo Piano; The Shard will be the tallest building in Western Europe, its crystalline façade transforming the London skyline with a mixed-use 310 m (1,016 ft) vertical city of high-quality offices, world-renowned restaurants, the 5-star Shangri-La hotel, exclusive residential apartments and the capital's highest viewing gallery offering 360° views...... Read More...
8.3

The Market Hall (De Markthal) Rotterdam / MVRDV

The Market Hall (De Markthal) was designed by architectural firm MVRDV. The Market Hall is a residential- and office building with a market hall underneath, located in Rotterdam. The building was opened on October 1, 2014, by Queen Máxima of the Netherlands. Besides the large market hall, the complex houses 228 apartments, 4600 m2 retail space, 1600 m2 horeca and an underground 4-story parking garage with a capacity of 1200+ cars...... Read More...
7.2

Horizontal Skyscraper – Vanke Center / Steven Holl Architects

The Horizontal Skyscraper - Vanke Center, designed by Steven Holl Architects and completed in 2009, is a mixed-use building that includes offices for the Vanke Co., a conference center, restaurant, an auditorium, a hotel, apartments and a large public park. By raising the 1,296,459 sf building on eight cores — as far as 50 meters apart and positioning the building right under the 35-meter high limit of the area...... Read More...
6.7

Parasite Office / Za Bor Architects

A concept developed in the design studio of his own architectural office za bor. It involves the use of open spaces between buildings to create an original and efficient office, do not limit access to the yards. In this embodiment, a three-story volume with accessible roof, divided teams ceilings...... Read More...
7.1

Court Of Justice in Hasselt Belgium / J. Mayer H. Architects

The new fourteen- storey court of justice building alongside the railway line, designed by the temporary twins organisation (consisting of jurgen mayer H. architects, a2o architects and lens°ass), is the new home for all the judicial services formerly spread throughout the city. the Hasselaar is a feel-good building with colours reminiscent of the 1970s and a façade pattern that evokes the veins of a leaf and the structure of a tree...... Read More...
8.2

The New Deutsche Bank Towers in Frankfurt / Mario Bellini Architects & gmp Architekten

The New Deutsche Bank put high goals, not only in the financial sector. In 2005, the company has developed for itself a climate strategy in which it promises to design from 2013 to its operational processes carbon neutral, this of course includes the existing buildings. Ambitious introduction to this topic, the bank ventured same with its corporate headquarters, the German bank towers in Frankfurt...... Read More...
7.6

Antwerp Law Courts / Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Richard Rogers Partnership (now Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners) designed this project with shimmering peaks forming the dramatic roof structure, perhaps with reference to the sailboats on the river Schelde or, if one knew that these were law courts, the fins of circling sharks. The hyperbolic paraboloid shell structure was the result of two years development...... Read More...

Stadshuis Nieuwegein City Hall / 3XN

The ‘Stadshuis’ - City Hall - of Nieuwegein designed by 3XN, mix traditional city hall features of offices and service with a library, a multi-cultural centre, and commercial facilities. In this way, the city hall becomes a part of the everyday life of the town...... Read More...

The Hague Leyweg City Hall / Rudy Uytenhaak

The ' second ' Town Hall, the City Office at the Hague, a signal for the environment and Leyweg a catalyst for renewal of the town. This ambition, expressed in height and in an appealing open form, accompanied by a sense of scale and detail. Official service...... Read More...

Holy Redeemer Church / Menis Arquitectos

Holy Redeemer Church Design by Fernando Menis - Menis Arquitectos. The building consists of four volumes, visually separated by rifts in the walls that align into cross on the front nave. Apart from the obvious symbolic function they allow the daylight into the interior which strengthens the calm meditative atmosphere...... Read More...

Seashore Chapel / Vector Architects

Beijing studio Vector Architects has built a concrete chapel on a Chinese beach. The Seashore Chapel, It should be seen first and foremost as a work of art. The Vector Architects studio imagined the church as an old boat that had floated over the sea a long time ago and finally landed on this shore. The building features a steeply pitched roof, concealed stained-glass windows and a generous balcony facing the ocean...... Read More...

Autobahn Church Siegerland / Schneider + Schumacher

Autobahn Church Siegerland by Schneider + Schumacher, The bright white, polygonal façade of the Siegerland Motorway Church catches the eye even from afar. A pictorial wooden structure, it defies the noisy surroundings of hotel, fast food restaurant and petrol station. Its interior welcomes visitors with a quiet room combining artificial light with daylight to create a warm and contemplative atmosphere...... Read More...

Norwich Cathedral Refectory and Hostry / Hopkins Architects

Designed by Hopkins Architects, The new building is placed on the site of the medieval Hostry and uses the archaeological remains of the former structure to create a new Visitors’ building for the Cathedral. It provides exhibition and education spaces and a new Song School for the Cathedral Choir. A large community room offers conference facilities for external groups and brings together those who live and work in The Cathedral Close...... Read More...

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6.8

Northeastern Illinois University – El Centro / JGMA

JGMA was selected by Northeastern Illinois University from over 30 entrants to design this new El Centro urban campus in the Avondale neighborhood of Chicago. Due to the growing needs of its students, Northeastern Illinois University has worked to expand and modernize its academic programming by opening its new El Centro location in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood...... Read More...
7.4

BE friendly space / H&P Architects

H&P architects has completed a zigzagging structure in vietnam made from bamboo and earth. Location of the land in the center of Mao Khe town, BE friendly space is made up of local friendly materials and simple construction methods with the participation of community construction...... Read More...
7.8

Ivanhoe Grammar School – Science & Senior Years Centre / McBride Charles Ryan Architects

Ivanhoe Grammar’s new Science and Senior Years Centre by MCR - McBride Charles Ryan. This outstanding building has been designed to signify the importance and focus of the senior years as students transition to Tertiary education. There are 10 new classrooms including breakout and private study areas, three specialist Senior Years science laboratories including Physics, Chemistry and Biology laboratories, as well as a Primary and a Middle Years Science laboratory...... Read More...
8.1

Naoshima Hall / Hiroshi Sambuichi

Designed by architect Hiroshi Sambuichi and completed in November 2015, Naoshima Hall is a public hall built in the Honmura district for the residents of Naoshima Island. The Naoshima Hall project, places a beautifully nuanced building in Honmura, an old castle town on the island’s eastern edge. It is known to many for its impressive collection of art and architecture - as a part of the Benesse Art Site...... Read More...
7.5

The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT studio

Architect Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp - FJMT studio designed a unique, poetic building. The Waterfront Pavilion is a state of the art $12 million waterfront attraction located at Darling Harbour. It showcases the danger and drama of military life at sea, through a high-tech immersive journey that reveals the inner workings of the navy like never before. To the general public, this experience is called Action Station...... Read More...
8.2

Wangjing SOHO Complex / Zaha Hadid Architects

Designed by the world-renowned Zaha Hadid Architects, Wangjing SOHO comprises three office towers with beautiful and dynamic shapes. Located in Wangjing’s centre, Wangjing Soho is a mixed-use development consisting of three towers 118, 127, 200 meters in height designed as three interweaving ‘mountains’ that fuse building and landscape to bring together the surrounding community with a new 60,000m2 public park...... Read More...
8.2

Ribbon Chapel / Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP

Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP have designed a uniquely Japanese wedding venue, Inspired by a flying ribbon, two curved staircases encircle the exterior of the chapel, a steel structure 15.4 m in height and with an area of 72 m², meeting at a rooftop platform overlooking the Seto Inland Sea. The staircases start at different locations before ascending and becoming one at the top, symbolizing two paths ending in marriage...... Read More...
8.1

Hearst Tower / Foster + Partners

The Hearst Tower, with its distinctive triangular frame, opened in New York City October 9, 2006 as the city's first Gold LEED® certified building. The 46-story, 856,000-square-foot Midtown structure is defined by vertical and horizontal energy saving, diamond-shaped bands of bright stainless steel. The design is by AIA Gold Medal recipient and Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Lord Norman Foster, Hon. FAIA, of U.K.-based Foster and Partners...... Read More...
7.1

Mirrors Cafe / bandesign

Nagoya-based architecture studio Bandesign have designed a cafe with a mirrored facade, situated in the country’s gifu prefecture, the project is positioned opposite a row of cherry trees, a popular destination for visitors during the blossom season. A row of cherry tree in this residential town inspired the cafe. This situation stimulated strongly connection with nature. The motive is an invitation for the visitors by the reflective gables creating a forest of the cherry tree...... Read More...