Familiar yet distinct, the City and Art museum in Ordos appears to have either landed in the desert from another world or to always have existed. From atop a dune-like urban plaza, the building is enriched with a convergence of naturalistic interiors, bathed in light. The result is a timeless architecture in a modern city of ruins.
Oct Design Museum by Studio Pei-Zhu in Shenzhen, China The inspiration for the project comes from the context of the bay and from the desire for
MAD Architects, led by Ma Yansong, presents its model for the “home of the future” on the occasion of the 2018 China House Vision Exhibition.
The urban design task of the Dalian International Conference Center is to create an instantly recognizable landmark at the terminal point of the future extension of the main city axis. As its focal point the building will be anchored in the mental landscape of the population and the international community.
The Bund Finance Centre is a prominent new mixed-use development close to the Shanghai waterfront and has been designed jointly by Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio. Occupying a prominent site on the Bund, the buildings define the ‘end point’ to Shanghai’s most famous street. The masterplan is highly permeable for pedestrians, with the design conceived as a point of connection between the old town and the new financial district.
3d Printed Installation, Cheekwood Playhouse by Gould Turner Group in Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, Nashville, Tennessee, USA in 2016 Gould Turner Group partnered with Branch Technology to create
When searching for genuinely sustainable building design and technology – designs that go beyond conventional sustainability to be truly restorative – we often find that
The Broad Museum by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in Los Angeles, United States The Broad is a new contemporary art museum founded by philanthropists Eli and
Shigeru Ban Architects, quite well known for their innovative use of traditional building materials, unveiled their new masterpiece- Nine Bridges Country Club
This book by Fabio Gramazio, Matthias Kohler, and Jan Willmann acts as the connection between data and building materials. Where these two phenomena are growing