An increase in extreme weather conditions is requiring architects to increasingly take flooding...
- After the flood: the pioneering architects embracing flood-conscious design
- Oslo’s architectural rise: the transformation of the Norwegian capital
- A power plant with a view: the promise of Bjarke Ingels Group’s Amager Bakke
- Dutch Mountains: a circular revolution in the world’s largest wooden building
- The Fall of the Starchitect: Is the age of the celebrity architect finally ending?
Cowi wins contract for ‘Karlatornet’ skyscraper in Sweden
Services company Bravida has selected global consulting group Cowi to plan the installations, as well as electrical and HVAC systems, in the 245m-tall ‘Karlatornet’ skyscraper in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Arup and CLS Architects unveil new 3D-printed house in Italy
Arup and CLS Architects have unveiled a new 3D-printed house in central Milan, Italy, printed on-site by a portable robot.
After the flood: the pioneering architects embracing flood-conscious design
An increase in extreme weather conditions is requiring architects to increasingly take flooding into account in their designs. Elliot Gardner takes a look at some of the projects pioneering in this area, and hears from some of the architects involved in such projects about the best practices for flood-conscious design.
Oslo’s architectural rise: the transformation of the Norwegian capital
The Norwegian capital Oslo is currently seeing rapid growth, and with it, the transformation of many areas of the city. But what effect has this had on the city’s architectural identity and is it really benefiting the local population?
Paris-Sud University signs €283m design contract for BPC Centre
Paris-Sud University in France and the Platon Saclay project company have signed a €283m contract for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the future Biology - Pharmacy - Chemistry (BPC) Centre.
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.
3D-Rendering with Worldwide Express Service
Hotsnow is a dynamically developing company, founded in 2006. In the course of its activities in the sphere of 3D-rendering services, our company gained a reputation of a reliable business partner in architecture and construction industry.
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.
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