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Keeping Chinese Architecture Traditions

Keeping Chinese Architecture Traditions

Jaeger and Partner design for the Shenzhen Archive Towers recently received a Design Excellence Award in the AIA Chicago 2011 Design Awards programmе.

Warsaw Landmark Tower

Warsaw Landmark Tower

A series of interlocking rectangular volumes have been presented by Danish design studio schmidt hammer lassen architects for a striking 188m-high commercial tower in the financial district of central Warsaw, Poland.

The Glass Gateway of Harbour

The Glass Gateway of Harbour

A 200,000 sq m project consisting of two 49-storey office towers on a riverfront site, Riviera TwinStar Square is located at the former home to the city’s shipyards.

Garden Tower for Industrial Landscape

Garden Tower for Industrial Landscape

Eco-tower by Vector proposed for integrated headquarters inspired by French Gardens. One of the world leaders in the metallurgy industry as well as one of the main steel suppliers of the Bird’s Nest in Beijing, Hansteel Group has commissioned Vector Design Group to design its new headquarters in order to update and consolidate its office facilities in Handan.

The cultural City Symbol

The cultural City Symbol

Woods Bagot design cultural landmark in north China. The Shijiazhuang International Exhibition and Convention Centre is a mixed use project in north China and significant cultural landmark.

Triple towers for Guangzhou

Triple towers for Guangzhou

Tai Koo Hui is a landmark mixeduse development in Tianhe District, Guangzhou, China. The site is situated on a prime location and measures approximately 48,954 sqm.

Goethe’s Theory of Colours

Goethe’s Theory of Colours

Elenberg Fraser were approached in early 2007 by an existing client and given the brief to develop a residential tower in the academic precinct in Melbourne with compact apartments to cater for the urban young professional market.

The “Greenest “ in Australia

The “Greenest “ in Australia

1 Bligh office tower, designed by ingenhoven architects + architectus, received the highest grade in the rating of “green” buildings in Australia, was completed in Sydney.