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Lanserhof Lans: A Sustainable and Healthy Building Complex with Red Cedar Wood on the Facade

This extension building of the Lanserhof health resort in Lans, Austria has been completed in 2016. Ingenhoven Architects is in charge of the refurbishment of this project and the entire design of the new buildings, including its interior design. Lanserhof Lans is highlighted by its facade that consists of red cedarwood.

Naturalis Biodiversity Center: Existing Buildings and New-Build with Layers of Stones

This 2019 project is a program of a museum, offices and depots, and laboratories. Designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, Naturalis Biodiversity Center forms a sustainable ensemble of existing buildings and new-build in Leiden. These buildings are also beautified by layers of stones that are interrupted by friezes of white concrete elements, designed by Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen.

The Q: A Mixed-Use Building with A Green Live-Work Environment

Located in San Diego, California, The Q is a 2010 project of houses and offices designed by Jonathan Segal Architect. It is a mixed-use building that consists of a penthouse, restaurants, office spaces, and apartment units. This building also promotes a green live-work environment for the surrounding neighborhood.

Spoorzone Dordrecht: Transformation of A Railway into A Pleasant Destination with Spectacular Green Areas

The vision of this awesome project is to transform a railway into a pleasant destination in Dordrecht, Netherlands. Spoorzone Dordrecht is an ongoing project by mecanoo for Gemeente Dordrecht that started in 2020. Besides the transformation, this project also includes the development of some areas nearby to provide 6000 homes, stations, parks, amenities, and also commercial spaces.

Nestlé Application Group: A Pair of Factory Additions Painted in Different Colors

This pair of the factory additions is a 2009 project located in Queretaro, Mexico, designed by Rojkind Arquitectos. Nestlé Application Group is built for the Nestlé Company with two commissions: a vestibule for one of its chocolate factories and a laboratory for the development. This project is 776 square meters in size, characterized by different colors of paint.

The Golden Nugget: A Two-Storey Building with Buff-Yellow Brick and Contemporary Interior

Located in Toronto, ON, this two-storey converted furnace factory is a home for some small- and medium-sized creative businesses. The Golden Nugget is designed by Superkul that engaged by the owner to expand the premises through a 600-square-meter addition. This building is highlighted with the use of buff-yellow brick while the contemporary interior interprets a typical factory building interior.

Gare Maritime: A Sustainable and Circular Design for Mixed Multifunctional Urban Program

Located on the Tour & Taxis site in Brussels, Gare Maritime is transformed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects into a covered city with a mixed program of shopping and working with a lot of public space. This 45.000 m2 project is an awesome example of a sustainable and circular design that entirely constructed in wood.

Institute of Organic Chemistry Heidelberg: A New Building with A Simple, Distinctive, Rectangular Shape

Ingenhoven Architects and Meyer Architects work together for the new building of the Institute of Organic Chemistry Heidelberg in Heidelberg, Germany. The aim of this new building project is to get a high rating according to the standards of the “Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen”. It offers a simple, distinctive, rectangular shape, and it is wrapped in a large screen.

Mercedes-Benz Museum: A Cultural Landmark for A Journey through Time

Started in 2001 and finished in 2006, this awesome museum is designed to offer all visitors an amazing journey through time. Mercedes-Benz Museum is located in Germany, designed by UNStudio as a cultural landmark. This museum unites the past, present, and future of this legendary car, and it stands like a new gateway to the city.

Arnhem Central Masterplan: A Large Urban Plan Development Forming One Vibrant Transport Hub

The overall masterplan of the station area and the individual components are developed by UNStudio, including a bus terminal, the Willems Tunnel, car and bicycle parking, Park and Rijn Towers, train platforms, and the transfer hall. Triple ground use is enabled thanks to the compact stacking of programs where the passenger flows are organized by the central transfer terminal for six different modes of transport.