Tjuvlohmen is a two-housing residential constructed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects in 2012 and finished in 2014. It is located in Oslo, Norway, and represents a modern and vibrant quarter with the magnificent view of Oslo fjord.
The Royal Library Extension: An Example of Significant Architectural Landmark on Copenhagen Waterfront
In 1999, Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects finished building an extension for The Royal Library. Located in the historic heart of Copenhagen, Denmark, the extension is seen as a radical shift from traditional library structure.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects was commissioned to construct Halmstad Library in Halmstad, Sweden. Situated in a parkland space on the Nissan River, the library overlooks the historical core of the town.
The Halifax Central Library is located in Halifax, Canada, and seen as the most significant public building to represent the diversity existed in the city.
There is a wonderful residential island that you can find at Jiaxing, Shanghai, China. It is called Jiaxing Island. The design team is the combination of some great designers to grant the client request, Minth Group.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects was appointed by West Bund to design a set of pavilions as a part of the West Bund Biennale of Art & Architecture in 2013. The design acted as a counterpoint of the industrial cranes on the riverfront and can be used to rest along the nearby river.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects was responsible for the redevelopment project of CaoHeJing Innovation Incubator. CaoHeJing is known as an innovation incubator for Hi-Tech startup companies located in Hi-Tech Park, Shanghai’s Silicon Valley, China.
Hafele Shanghai Showroom is 2014 project by Wendy Saunders, Vincent de Graaf, Alejandro Felipe, German Roig, Nancy Deng, and Weizhong Wang for Hafele as a client.
Office KL was designed by Erick Kristanto in a form of pavilion building served as an office for an industrial facility. The project is located on the outskirt of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, where the surrounding area is dominated by an industrial complex. The building then commissioned and uses by a local steel-based manufacturing company for their additional office program.
Located in Brooklyn, New York City, the Bush Terminal consisted of abandoned piers. Sponsored by EDC/Parks Department, Turett Collaborative Architecture took a role to give a new life to the Bush Terminal.