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  1. After the flood: the pioneering architects embracing flood-conscious design
  2. Oslo’s architectural rise: the transformation of the Norwegian capital
  3. A power plant with a view: the promise of Bjarke Ingels Group’s Amager Bakke
  4. Dutch Mountains: a circular revolution in the world’s largest wooden building
  5. The Fall of the Starchitect: Is the age of the celebrity architect finally ending?

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Design & Build Review: Issue 43

In this issue: The promise of Bjarke Ingels Group’s Amager Bakke, designing the world’s largest wooden building, Oslo's architectural transformation and much more

A power plant with a view: the promise of Bjarke Ingels Group’s Amager Bakke

When it opens in September, Copenhagen’s Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant will include an unprecedented rooftop park and ski slope. Such features have understandably attracted much publicity around the project and its architects, Bjarke Ingels Group, but the plant will ultimately be judged on its energy efficiency. Ross Davies reports.

Chaoyang Park Plaza

Chaoyang Park Plaza is a mixed-use development constructed in the central business district of Beijing, China. The 120m-high plaza comprises 120,000m² of commercial, office and residential space.

Dutch Mountains: a circular revolution in the world’s largest wooden building

Dutch Mountains, a planned high-tech hub near Eindhoven, Netherlands, will be the largest wooden building on Earth when completed. In development by a team of architects, developers and service companies, it will be entirely self-sufficient and highly sustainable. But what makes this project possible now, rather than in the past? And how might it become a model for circular building design in the future?

Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor City

Al Bayt stadium is being built in Al Khor, approximately 60km from Qatar’s capital Doha. The new 200,000m² stadium will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup semi-finals.

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