The Bryghusprojektet is a 27,000m2 mixed-use building under construction at Bryghusgrunden in Copenhagen. It will accommodate the new headquarters of the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC). The building, which is owned by Realdania Byg, a subsidiary of Realdania, will act as a connecting line between the city centre, the waterfront and the Slotsholmen district of Copenhagen.
COBE, an architecture firm based in Copenhagen, won an international design competition to develop a master plan for Christiansholm Island, located in Copenhagen's inner harbour. Christianholm Island occupies a prime location and is considered a 'crown jewel' of the inner harbour, owing to its proximity to the opera house and the Royal Danish Playhouse.
The Millennium Stadium is located in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. The stadium, constructed on a site previously occupied by National Stadium of Wales, was built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup with Wales as the main host of the event. The stadium also hosts international football matches, concerts and other entertainment.
The Neues Museum was originally designed by Friedrich August Stüler. It was built between 1841 and 1859. The building was left in ruins after the Second World War. Several attempts were made to repair the building, but it remained largely exposed to nature until a renovation project was launched in 1997.
Palazzo Lombardia, located in Milan, is the headquarters of the regional government of Lombardy. The tower was built to provide office space for the government departments, with the aim of having an environmentally friendly facility that is easily accessible to the public and contains open spaces to host social and cultural activities to help revamp the Garibaldi-Repubblica District.
Poseidon Undersea Resort is the world's first underwater hotel, which is expected to be built in a lagoon near a private island named Poseidon Mystery in Fiji. The hotel will be located 40ft underwater and spread across an area of 5,000 acres (2,023ha). It will include 51 suites and villas, restaurants, a fitness centre, a spa and other facilities.
Solaris is an office building located in the Fusionopolis hub of central Singapore's one-north business park. Fusionopolis operates as a research and development hub for the info-comm technology, media, physical sciences and engineering industries. The prime objective of building Solaris is to foster entrepreneurship, research and new discoveries in these fields.
The Tokyo Sky Tree, in Japan, became the tallest free-standing structure in the world when it reached its final height of 634m in March 2011. It surpassed the former record holder, Canton Tower in China, which is 600m tall. Tokyo Sky Tree is also the second tallest structure in the world, behind the Burj Khalifa (829.8m) in Dubai, UAE.