CHENGDU AIRPORT

architect: KPF

COLLEGE QUEENS, NEW YORK 

architect: CANNON NY


UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

architect: ENNEAD

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA 

architect: KPF new york 

TOWERS IN CHINA

architect: TRENT ASSOCIATES


TOWER IN SYDNEY, 60 MARTIN PLACE

architect: Thomas Phifer, nyc

WARSAW MUSEUM OF MODERN ART , POLAND 

architect: Thomas Phifer, nyc

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 MUSEE DE CLUNY, PARIS

architect: Bernard Desmoulin

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95 candidats, 5 finalistes et 1 lauréat pour l'extension du Musée de Cluny : Bernard Desmoulin. L'architecte français (qui fait actuellement l'objet d'une exposition à Sarrebourg) a en effet été désigné par le jury, présidé par le directeur général des Patrimoines Vincent Berjot, pour la conception d'un nouveau bâtiment d'accueil du musée sur la terrasse Boeswillwald et donnant sur la rue du Sommerard. Il s'agit également de repenser de nouveaux parcours muséaux, en lien avec les espaces existants.

 

Témoignage de l’architecture des époques antique et médiévale, le musée est composé des thermes gallo-romains, de l'Hôtel des abbés de Cluny (XVe) et d'un jardin médiéval. Le Musée du Moyen-Âge fut fondé en 1843 grâce aux collections d'Alexandre Du Sommerard qui habitait l'hôtel particulier. La maîtrise d’ouvrage est assurée par l’Opérateur du patrimoine et des projets immobiliers de la Culture (Oppic). L'ouverture de la nouvelle extension est prévue pour 2017.

 

Parmi les 5 agences retenues pour la phase finale, outre le lauréat, il y avait K-Architectures, Architectures Adelfo Scaranello, Francisco Mangado associé à Nicolas Laisné Associés et Lagneau architectes, et Philippe Prost.

HOUSE OF FAIRYTALES 

architect: Andrew Bernheimer , nyc

The aim of the competition was to get ideas for the effective presentation of Hans Christian Andersen's world of fairy tales created by constructing a new house of fairytales, laying out a magic garden incorporating the existing historic building environment, combining the new building with the existing museum, and redesigning the children's cultural center.

 

 

DESIGN WALLER CREEK TEXAS 

architect: Thomas Phifer , nyc

The MVVA Team, led by Michael Van Valkenburgh and Thomas Phifer, brings together professionals aiming to, “create an exciting and humane landscape that will be critical to great city life in Austin.”

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ECOLE DE PHYSIQUE ET CHIMIE, PARIS

architect: Colboc, Franzen

HEADQUARTER HERTZ, California

architect: Gensler

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EULJI UNIVERSITY KOREA 

architect: Cannon , nyc 

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STAR DC , FRANCE

architect: Enia


LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM 

architect: Dlr studio 

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KACARE Saudi Arabia

architect: Koetter Kim

KOETTER KIM  was involved with delivering a concept for the King Abdullah City for Atomic & Renewable Energy, a prestigious sustainable urban masterplan in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The final scheme was a masterplan for 120,000 people ranging from top international scientists, local communities and supporting services personnel.

GADUKO KOREA 

architect: John Reed

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ILE DE LA REUNION

architect: Ccd , france

 

BROOKLYN BRIDGE PARK HOTEL AND RESIDENTIAL 

architect: Alloy ,nyc

EUROCOPTER  QATAR

architect: Enia

MIXE USED NICE FRANCE

architect: Enia , france


OCEAN MEDITERRANNEE FRANCE

architect: Ccd 

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AL JOUF AIRPORT 

architect: Enia

KOREA

architect: John Reed 

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SEJONG CITY

architect: Cannon design , ny

International competition of government building in Sejong City 

 

INFOSYS

architect: Cannon design New-York 

ICONIC PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE AMSTERDAMN

architec: stdio A+ I 

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NEW CITY SAUDI ARABIA 

architect: Koetter Kim 

ARBANK BANKING CENTER , ISTANBUL 

architect: Som 

Outside Istanbul SOM has designed a building to house banking support services for Akbank, one of Turkey’s most prominent banks. Large office floors are enclosed with white metal-and-glass curtain wall, designed as an interwoven pattern that originates from the horizontal and vertical structure of the building. Exterior wall panels are strategically located to maximize vision area while minimizing interior heat gain and glare.

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AJACCIO CORSICA

architect: Ccd

HEADQUARTER CANNON USA 

architect: FxFowles

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CANTOS NATIONAL MUSIC

architect: Spfa

SPF:a presented its design concept in grand style to a packed house at the Grand Theatre in Calgary, along with other finalists, Allied Works Architecture/BKDI, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Jean Nouvel Workshop, and Saucier + Perrotte.



ASIAN GAMES 2014

Architect: John Reed

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MASTER PLAN TOULOUSE FRANCE

architect: Sathy


ABBABA  AFRIQUE CENTRALE

architect: FxFowles 

SAMSUNG HEADQUARTER USA 

architect: Hok 

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REX 

architetc:Rex

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DUBAI BRIDGE 

architect: Fxfowles

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SALAH GARDEN

architect: Anna Klingmann

Resort/Residential Community and Educational Park.

Khawr Awqad is envisioned as a unique destination with a focus on eco-literacy and education, ecotourism, and sustainable green living. Residents, professionals, visitors from the region and tourists alike are offered a truly unique experience where a wealth of eco conscious experiences.

STADIUM  CHARTRES FRANCE

architect: Chabannes


ARCH BRIDGE DUBAI 

architect: FxFowles

Dubai plans to build the world’s longest arch bridge at a cost of 3 billion dirhams ($816.9 million), the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said on Tuesday.

The RTA said it would take four years to construct the mega-bridge, which will measure 1,600 metres with an arch 205 metres high and 667 metres long.

Once complete the bridge will overtake the Lupu Bridge in Shanghai as the longest in the world.

The Lupu measures 3,900 metres with an arch span of 550 metres. The span is the most common way to rank arch bridges, so if one bridge has a longer span than another it does not mean the bridge is longer from shore to shore or anchorage to anchorage.

The bridge connects the Bur Dubai and Deira areas of the city and will be the sixth creek crossing. Currently the five Dubai Creek crossings are Al Shindagha Tunnel, Al Maktoum Bridge, the Floating Bridge, Al Garhoud Bridge and Business Bay Crossing.

ELECTRIC BOX FRANCE

architect: Enia

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