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The Plus is an environmentally friendly furniture factory being developed by furniture manufacturer Vestre in Magnor, Norway.

Vals Quartzite

We quarry Vals Quartzite in the town of Vals, Switzerland and process the natural stone in our factory.

Southbank by Beulah

Southbank by Beulah, Melbourne

Southbank by Beulah is a proposed mixed-use development in Australia, set to be the country’s tallest tower at 365m.

Vauxhall Cross Island

Vauxhall Cross Island, South London

Vauxhall Cross Island is a proposed £600m ($648m) mixed-use development in London, UK. The scheme will include the development of a hotel, offices, new retail and residential establishments, and improvements to the public realm of Vauxhall.

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center (1 WTC), New York, US

One World Trade Center (1 World Trade Centre - 1 WTC), built where the twin towers of the World Trade Center (WTC) once stood, opened for business on 3 November 2014, more than 13 years after the 9/11 attacks.

Eastlands Arena, Manchester

Eastlands Arena, Manchester

Eastlands Arena is a 23,500-capacity indoor arena being developed adjacent to the Etihad Stadium in East Manchester, England, UK. The proposed venue will host music concerts, sporting events, family and other entertainment events.

Hot in the city: Combatting the urban heat island effect

As the climate crisis becomes an increasing concern, architects are starting to incorporate design details into projects aimed at mitigating the urban heat island effect. From white coatings to cycle parks and vegetation, Ross Davies looks at some of the most popular strategies.

Toyota Woven City

Toyota Woven City

Toyota Woven City is a prototype city of the future to be developed at the base of Mount Fuji in the Japanese prefecture of Shizuoka.

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