Ponte Parodi, Genoa, Italy designed by UNStudio 2001–2015 The Ponte Parodi project establishes a new city attractor based on the proliferation of experience. A three dimensional piazza located on the waterfront combines a variety of programs including a cruise terminal, wellness, cultural and leisure program, all of which bring liveliness to the old harbour. With its low-slung, undulating outlines the piazza provides ...

Zhongxun Times designed by 10 Design in Chongqing, China This mixed use office and retail development sits centrally within the new Danzishi Central Head Quarters in Chongqing, that sits on the banks of the Yangtze River. The brief was to create an interactive retail environment that would interact and reflect with the rich topography that Chongqing is renowned for. The site ...

Trahan Architects has been commissioned to design an $880 million (USD) mixed use development in Zhengzhou, a rapidly developing transportation hub linking east and west China. The Henan Hongguang Industry Group chose Trahan Architects to design a 4.3 million sq. ft. project that will engage the green boulevards leading to the development, activate the perimeter of the building, maximize the corners ...

Woods Bagot designed The Shijiazhuang International Exhibition & Convention Centre is a mixed use project in north China and significant cultural landmark ...

Waterfront redevelopment of ancient Cypriot city creates cruise hub & luxury marina International architecture and design practice Scott Brownrigg is submitting a planning application to redevelop a 28 hectares city centre site at Larnaca Port and Marina in Cyprus. The project aims to reinvigorate the ancient Byzantine city of Larnaca, transforming it into a major cruise and marine destination at ...

The Technology Entertainment and Knowledge Center – aka TEK Taipei – is a dense urban block of all kinds of activities related to contemporary technology. ...

360 Architecture has been selected by the government of Iraq to master plan and design a $500 million “sports city” in Basra. ...

The high-rise as a building typology has traditionally been treated as a static, fixed strategy; the tower is reduced to a technocratic, engineering ‘solution’ governed by specific economic factors. ...

Stone Towers development is part of the wider Stone Park development which derives its name from an ancient petrifi ed tree at the heart of the development.The New Cairo City site optimally positions the Stone Towers to offer state of .... ...

This is the text of a phone interview with Bill Baker, structural engineer on the Burj Khalifa and partner of S.O.M, on the day after the Burj Khalifa was inaugurated. ...