It is a 2012 project of the former industrial port district of Puerto Madero that redeveloped by Foster + Partners. Faena Aleph is located close to Buenos Aires’ financial center with a design that shows the life of the city to the waterfront. This redevelopment also creates a new waterside community with a large civic space, comprising a series of three mixed-use residential schemes.
A masterplan for Xiao Jing Wan has been designed by Foster + Partners, including a University campus for China Resources. This region is a coastal urban development located to the east of Shenzhen, China. Xiao Jing Wan University offers an awesome project with 55,000 m² in size and a specially designed clay brick for the structure.
This awesome building provides a welcoming ‘home away from home’ where people affected by cancer can find practical and emotional support. Located across Britain and abroad, Maggie’s Manchester is designed by Foster + Partners Maggie’s Centres. This building establishes a domestic atmosphere in a garden setting which is very comfortable for all people. Completed in 2016, the total area of the building is 730m².
Sits on a small hill in Cupertino, Steve Jobs Theater is an awesome extraordinary eight-year collaboration between Apple and Foster + Partners. This modern theater is big and designed with a lens-shaped roof, the largest carbon-fiber roof in the world. This project is started in 2009 and completed in 2017 with a 1,000 seat auditorium of its capacity.
Zénith de Saint-Étienne: A New Cultural Destination with An Aerodynamic Roof and Flexible Performance Space
Zénith de Saint-Étienne is the result of an international design competition in 2004. It is a new cultural destination for Saint-Etienne that characterized by its aerodynamic roof and flexible performance space. It is also the first purpose-built state-of-the-art music venue for the Rhone-Alpes region of central southern France. This awesome project is completed in 2008 with 14,800m² in size and 7,200 for capacity.
The ambition of this project is to create a building that has a central role in the cultural life of Dallas and becomes a destination in its own right for a non-opera-going public. Winspear Opera House is designed by Foster + Partners for AT+T Performing Arts Center and finished in 2009 with 23,500m² in size. The building structure is inverted to create a series of welcoming spaces that wrap around the rich red drum of the auditorium.
Designed by Foster + Partners for China Citic Bank Hangzhou Branch, this headquarters tower has a prominent location in Hangzhou. Citic Bank Headquarters is 100 meters high with a diagonally-braced structure and also and is characterized by a striking geometric form. There is also a 30-meter-high A-frame canopy at the base of the building that stretches 72 meters across the ground floor for a dramatic entrance experience.
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.
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.
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.