Started in 2008 and completed in 2011, HDI HQ Hannover is the new headquarters of the HDI-Gerling insurance company designed by Ingenhoven Architects. It brings 1,800 employees together from seven different locations across Hanover city in Germany.
Shenzhen Guangming Scientist Valley, designed by Mecanoo, Meng Architects, and Lola Landscape, won a prestigious international design competition. Establishing the first national science center in the Greater Bay Area is the project’s ambitious goal.
The environment of modern education is always shifting, which has resulted in significant changes to the accommodation options available to students. The days of crammed dorms and lackluster amenities are far behind us.
An intense dialogue between Robert Vattilana and Giada Forte for the design of the first Forte Forte branch in the US has resulted in an ineffable, precise, delicate, and sturdy aesthetic. The environment of this Italian fashion brand’s boutique provides tactile and visual sensations.
Completed in 2012 by Rojkind Arquitectos and AGENT, Transformadora Ciel is a transformation project of Foro Ciel into a productive co-working center for the activities of the Transformadora Ciel program. The goal is to create a functional co-working space with green areas.
The project brief of Cineteca Nacional is the expansion and renovation of an existing film complex in the southern quadrant of Mexico City. This project is completed by Rojkind Arquitectos in 2012 for the National Council for Culture and the Arts of Mexico.
Britt Design Group works together with Page Architect and DPR Construction to design vast public spaces in Indeed Tower. High-impact furnishings are used in this project to provide a variety of memorable experiences.
Designed by Austin’s award-winning architecture and interiors firm, Mark Odom Studio, The Pitch is the first Austin’s exciting new hospitality and entertainment complex built from shipping containers. There are 23 repurposed containers used in this project.
Youth Centre: An Attractive, Two-Storey, D1-Classified Youth Centre with Sustainable Design Principles
Located in West London, Youth Centre is an awesome project by WindsorPatania Architects. It is an attractive, two-storey, D1-classified youth centre with three key aims: sustainable design principles, inspiration from Japanese architecture, and a message for future generations.
A residential building usually not only has an awesome interior but also a stunning exterior. In order to attract people’s attention to come and live in a residential building, the first impression of the exterior look is important.