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130 Bloor Street West: Luxury Condominium Units in A Busy, Occupied Urban Structure.

Quadrangle has been designed a unique collection of luxury condominium units for KingSett Capital Inc. This project is completed in 2009 and located in Toronto, Canada. 130 Bloor Street West sits on the busiest and most desirable stretch in the area and surrounded by a busy, occupied urban structure.

The SSE Hydro: A New Entertainment Destination with A Highly Flexible Indoor Venue

Completed in 2013 by Foster + Partners with 12,500 seats, The SSE Hydro offers a new entertainment destination within the redevelopment of Glasgow’s former docks. It joins the Clyde Auditorium on the northern edge of the River Clyde in the UK with 25,000m² of the total area. This building has a highly flexible indoor venue with a big arena that combines fixed, retractable, and removable seating.

Kulm Eispavillon: A New Extension of Eispavillon with Engadin Tradition of Woodcraft

It is a restoration project of an existing 1905 eispavillon in Switzerland which played host to the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics. Kulm Eispavillon is restored by Foster + Partners and it is completed in 2016. With 790m² in size, the new extension for this building is a flexible structure to provide a wide variety of activities while the design of the new pavilion continues the Engadin tradition of woodcraft.

Norton Museum of Art: A New Masterplan of Museum with Flexible, Welcoming Visitor Facilities

This awesome museum was built in 1941 to house the art collection of the industrialist Ralph Hubbard Norton and his wife, Elizabeth. Norton Museum of Art can be found in West Palm Beach and it was laid out by the architect Marion Sims Wyeth. In this project, Foster + Partners uses a new masterplan to balance the building’s different heights and also providing flexible, welcoming visitor facilities. This project is completed in 2019.

Alice Tully Hall: A New Public Space with A Shear One-Way Cable Net Glass Facade

This 2009 project is a seemingly simple but also strikingly delicate challenge for FXCollaborative. Located in New York with 80,000 GSF / 7,400 GSM in size, Alice Tully Hall is about opening up a heavy, Brutalist building to the world around it. With a shear one-way cable net glass facade, this building is transformed into an awesome new public space.

Le Toison d’Or: An Apartment Building Developed with High Standards of Sustainability

This awesome project is a mixed-use development with a retail podium and also a hybridization of a traditional building-block typology. Le Toison d’Or is located on the Avenue de la Toison d’Or between two historical gates in Brussels, Belgium. It is an apartment building designed by UNStudio and developed with high standards of sustainability. This project is started in 2009 and completed in 2016.

Lareau: Headquarters of Insurance Broker with Two Distinct Volumes

The challenge of this new office of the head office of Lareau insurance brokers is integrating into its environment while standing out. Lareau is a project of insurance broker’s headquarters in Napierville by Maurice Martel Architecte. The two distinct volumes separate the broker workspaces from the common living spaces.

Löyly: An Undulating Building with A Public All Year Round Sauna Experience

This easy-going undulating building is located on the Helsinki seashore. It sits in a former industrial area called Hernesaari, Finland. Löyly is a public building project designed by Avanto Architects with 1071 m² of the gross floor area. Completed in 2016, this building offers foreign visitors a public all year round sauna experience.

Duke University, Nasher Museum of Art: A New Building with Five Separate, Rectangular Volumes

Completed in 2005 by Rafael Viñoly Architects, Duke University, Nasher Museum of Art is a project of a new museum building in Durham, North Carolina, USA. Sit in a forest clearing, this project consists of five loosely arranged pavilion buildings. The design is about moving the museum out and put it in a renovated science building on campus, transforming it into an entirely new building.

Community School Anna Seghers: A New Building Full of Character with Varying Openings

Anna Seghers School participates in a nationwide pilot project for the development of community schools, so there is a need to have a new building for the classrooms of the elementary level. Community School Anna Seghers is a project designed by AFF Architekten with 1,555 sqm in size. The new building is full of character and supported by some varying openings.