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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.

Falcon I Headquarters: A Glass Box Floating in A Garden with A Blend of Interior and Exterior

Rojkind Arquitectos works with Derek Dellekamp to complete this 2003 project of a headquarter building. Falcon I Headquarters offers an amazing blend of its interior and exterior. Located in Mexico City with 4,855 square feet in size, this building is designed as a glass box floating in a garden with edited relationships between the view and the space to blend the exterior and interior.

Central Tax Office Walterboscomplex: A Vast New Plinth Building with A Huge Rainwater Pond

It is a vast new plinth building that comprises four existing and two new office towers of the Central Tax Office. Central Tax Office Walterboscomplex is located in the Netherlands, a 45,000 m2 building designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects. It has a huge rainwater pond used as a cooling device for the building. This project is completed in 2007.

Educational Centre Oosterhout Nijmegen: An Educational Building Center with A Long and Colorful Interior Wall

Educational Centre Oosterhout Nijmegen is a 2004 project of an educational building center with 8.285 m². Designed by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur for the City Council of Nijmegen, this building has a long and colorful interior wall which is interesting for students and youth.

Green Heart – Marina One Singapore: Four High-Rise Buildings with A Compact and Efficient Layout Design

Located in Singapore, Green Heart – Marina One Singapore is the largest project by Ingenhoven Architects in close cooperation with landscape architects Gustafson Porter + Bowman with 400.000 m² in size. This project is started in 2011 and opened on 15th January 2018 officially. It comprises four high-rise buildings with a compact and efficient layout design complemented by energy-saving ventilation systems.

1995 Discoteca Estado Novo: A Marriage between the Pre-Existing and the New Structure

Situated on an existing foundation in the industrial zone of Matosinhos, 1995 Discoteca Estado Novo has an approximate area of 1000 m2. Designed by Álvaro Leite Siza, the program of this project is a bar/discotheque and restaurant. The marriage between the pre-existing and the new structure of this building results in the design of the principal facade.

Herman Teirlinck Building: A Multifunctional Office Building with A Covered Interior Street

Located on the site of Tour and Taxis in Belgium, Herman Teirlinck Building houses the Flemish Government. It is a multifunctional building designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects in collaboration with CONIX RDBM Architects. This building has awesome common functions that connected via a covered interior street.

Minnaert Building: A Functional Building with Three Main Elements

Located on the Uithof University Campus, Minnaert Building comprises three main elements. These elements are a restaurant, classrooms and laboratories, and a workspace for three departments. Completed in 1997 by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, this 9000 m2 building is nominated for the Rietveld Award.