Works

NOMOS - Groupement d'Architectes

Jolimont - Housing

Works21. March 2017
By: NOMOS - Groupement d'Architectes
Genève, Switzerland - 2015
Photo: Miguel De Guzmán
The building is located on the higher grounds of Geneva’s Mervelet neighbourhood. At the heart of a rapidly changing residential area, the site has the remains of a garden-city with scattered century-old houses and trees.
NORD Architects

Urban Hospice

Works21. March 2017
By: NORD Architects
Copenhagen, Denmark - 2016
Photo: Adam Mørk, courtesy of NORD Architects
'A Good Place to Die': NORD Architects has designed a new type of hospice located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Urban Hospice is designed to reflect and support the notion that architecture can have a positive effect on palliative patients.
OPEN Architecture

Tsinghua Ocean Center

Works20. March 2017
By: OPEN Architecture
Shenzhen, China - 2016
Photo: Iwan Baan
Tsinghua Ocean Center, a laboratory and office building for the newly established ocean deep-ocean research base of Tsinghua University, is located at the eastern end of the Tsinghua graduate school campus in Shenzhen Xili University Town, and right next to the main campus entrance.
Gardera-D Architecture

145 Student Housing in Bassins à Flot

Works20. March 2017
By: Gardera-D Architecture
Bordeaux, France
Photo: Jean François Tremege
Produced by Kaufman & Broad and located at the level of the Bassins à Flots in Bordeaux, the project is part of an urban development plan drawn up by ANMA (Agence Nicolas Michelin). The program totals 145 rooms and combines a series of 9 duplex townhouses.
gus wüstemann architects

House Z22 and Warehouse F88

Works17. March 2017
By: gus wüstemann architects
Zurich, Switzerland
All photographs courtesy of gus wüstemann architects
This is a reconstruction of a multi-family house with workshop rooms in the Seefeld area of Zurich. The project is a contextual dialogue with history. The massive stone walls of the 170-year-old house were the starting point for applying new contemporary forms of living.
OMA - Office for Metropolitan Architecture

Concrete at Alserkal Avenue

Works16. March 2017
By: OMA - Office for Metropolitan Architecture
Dubai, United Arab Emirates - 2017
Photo: Mohamed Somji, courtesy Alserkal Avenue
Located in Dubai’s Al Qouz industrial area, Alserkal Avenue was founded in 2007 with the aim of promoting cultural initiatives in the region. Since then, it has become Dubai’s most important art hub with twenty-five galleries and art spaces. Concrete, a new venue, addresses the districts growing need for a centrally located public space which can host a diverse program.
123DV

360 Villa

Works16. March 2017
By: 123DV
Photo: Hannah Anthonysz
The family consists of a couple and their beautiful Alaskan malamute dogs. This time, our slogan 'Living in a tailored suit' got a special dynamic: the tailoring of our design to the requirements of an ultimate personal experience of living also concerned the arctic dogs that are important in their lives.
gmp · Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner

Jiaming Maple Park

Works16. March 2017
By: gmp · Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner
Beijing, China - 2017
Photo: Christian Gahl
The "Jiaming Maple Park" ensemble in Beijing has been completed to a design by architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp). The practice had been commissioned with the project by the client, Jiaming Investment. The new office ensemble, which has achieved LEED Platinum certification, comprises three compact volumes. The functional layout is based on a sustainable concept with flexibly divisible office zones that can be operated independently. 
AZL Atelier Zhanglei

Internet Conference Centre

Works15. March 2017
By: AZL Atelier Zhanglei
Shitang Village Jiangsu, China - 2016
Photo: Hou Bowen
The building consists of two volumes combined by a roof. Wood is the dominant building material for the facades and in the interior. The overall impression when seen from afar is of a large agricultural barn in the countryside.
Manuel Herz Architects

Rights on Carpet

Works15. March 2017
By: Manuel Herz
San Francisco California, USA - 2017
All photos: Manuel Herz Architects, unless noted otherwise
Humanitarianism – i.e. activities of support and benevolence amongst individuals – has at its core the belief that mankind is somehow united; that there is something that men and women, independent of gender, religion, race, age or nationality, living across the globe have in common. This commonality is a shared set of values.