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mecanoo proposes noble quran oasis for saudi arabian desert

as part of the ‘noble quran oasis’ competition, dutch practice mecanoo has proposed a unifying structure that references both the physical and the poetic characteristics of ancient islamic cities. to be built in al madinah, saudi arabia, the design reconfigures formal arabic into calligraphy, resulting in a spatial and visual experience for the site’s visitors.






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BIG extends audemars piguet HQ with spiraling landform in switzerland

for an extension to its historic headquarters in le brassus, switzerland, luxury watchmaker audemars piguet has commissioned a design team lead by BIG, with collaboration from HG merz, luchinger & meyer, and müller illien. the 2,400 sqm museum addition, called ‘la maison des fondateurs’ (the home of the founders), is composed as a spiraling and interweaving building form which blends with the landscape. its arrangement is based on a linear sequence of experiences which present a story to visitors. serving as a new attraction to the overall complex, the coiling pavilion properly represents the brand by blending its historic legacy with its independent and avant-garde spirit.




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Populous | Silverstone Pit Lane & Paddock
Posted by editor on June 15, 2014 in Concept & Competition

Silverstone, home of the 1948 inaugural British Grand Prix, is embarking on an ambitious development of its famous 850 acres to reinforce its position at the heart of UK motor sport. The focal point of the redevelopment, and the first of a planned cluster, is this 360 metre long new Pit, Paddock and Conference building that spans the length of the new pit lane between Club and Abbey corners – the Silverstone Wing.




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Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
SPF:a’s modern addition to an existing 1930s post office complex provides a new cultural epicenter for Beverly Hills.
By Nate Berg

Project Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Client The Wallis
Architect Studio Pali Fekete Architects, Culver City, Calif.—Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA (founder and principal)






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Metropolis | Universidad del Pacifico
Posted by editor on June 16, 2014 in Architecture

In this new building, the main idea was to develop a whole campus around a circular space in 5 levels.








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hankook technodome by foster + partners breaks ground in korea

a research and development center for hankook tire has broken ground in daejeon, korea – home to a growing number of asia’s large technology and engineering corporations. designed by foster + partners, the ‘honkook technodome’ will comprise highly developed laboratories and offices alongside integrated social spaces designed to nurture a culture of collaboration and innovation. instead of the conventional arrangement of offices placed above double-height testing areas, the building is arranged as five fingers, comprising parallel work stations and industrial units. responding to a thorough analysis of the organization, the dynamic and versatile positioning promotes visual and physical interaction between laboratories and departments.




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kengo kuma composes aix en provence conservatory of music in france

kengo kuma has completed the ‘aix en provence conservatory of music‘ in the south of france, an aluminum-clad structure that houses a 500-seat auditorium alongside various other facilities. the scheme is conceived as a cultural hub for the area, designed to attract local, national and international visitors of all ages.




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HOK proposes obama presidential library for bronzeville site in chicago

proposed plans for the barack obama presidential library have been revealed by global architecture and engineering office HOK. working alongside the museum campus foundation – a non-profit organization – the submission identifies bronzeville, a historic neighborhood on chicago’s south side, as the site for the project, intended to promote sustainable growth and drive economic development within the district.




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These presidential libraries are getting trite. How about something more imaginative?
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Yacht Club de Monaco, Monaco

Foster + Partners-designed Yacht Club de Monaco enjoys official opening celebrations

The Foster + Partners-designed Yacht Club de Monaco has opened to much fanfare, attended by HSH Prince Albert II, Lord Norman Foster and the wider design team. The club’s members were also welcomed to the new facility which takes its inspiration from traditional sailing vessels and integrates sustainable design principles throughout.

Referred to by the practice as ‘a celebration of sailing’, the Yacht Club de Monaco rises on the waterfront through a series of terraces that resemble decks, offering far-reaching views out to sea and inland to the nearby Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit. Lord Foster said: “The building is a little like a city in microcosm, with schools, parks, offices, restaurants, a network of interior circulation ‘streets’ and a hierarchy of public and private, social and functional spaces.

“It is a continuation of Monaco’s dense urban fabric, as well as the Yacht Club’s traditions and will be an important part of civic life. Every child in Monaco learns sailing at some stage during their education and those lessons will be in the new building - as a result, the Yacht Club will become even more rooted, in a public sense, in the Principality and part of its cultural and urban fabric.”






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Canada's Diversity Gardens

Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Client: Assiniboine Park Conservancy, with Corbett Architecture
Architects: KPMB http://www.kpmb.com/project/canadas-...iniboine-park/ as Design Architect in association with Architecture 49 http://architecture49.com/en/portfol...-conservatory/
Completion: 2020
Size: 84,400 s.f.
Project Type: Cultural
Cost: 75M
Fact: Main structure 'The Leaf' will be made of an extremely lightweight see-through plastic Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE)

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Winnipeg’s biodome garden looks to make a tropical splash in a city defined by winter
In Assiniboine Park, the lush Canada’s Diversity Gardens could help bring the world to a city on the grow, Roy MacGregor writes

The main attraction, The Leaf, is to be constructed using ETFE (ethylene-tetrafluoroethylene), a plastic-like material that is translucent and extremely lightweight yet strong. It is also resistant to wild fluctuations of temperature. Staff travelled to Astana, capital of Kazakhstan, to examine a mall constructed with ETFE and came away convinced it was perfect for their purposes.

“How do you build a tropical garden in Winnipeg, where it goes down to -35 Celsius?” asks Mitchell Hall, principal architect at KPMB.

Using this revolutionary building material, says Mr. Hall, “was a real breakthrough for us.” The challenge was how to heat the substantial volume of air in the largest biodome in the dead of winter and also cool it in summer. Using a combination of sunlight, geothermal heating and earth tubes (underground pipes through which warm or cold air is drawn), KPMB is convinced it can be done in a sustainable way....
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