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Architecture-Page | UQAM City Forest by Claude Cormier Architectes Paysagistes Inc.

UQAM City Forest

Highlights of UQAM's (L'Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Canada) landscape design, created by Montreal-based landscape firm 'Claude Cormier Architectes Paysagistes', include a "city forest" composed of five exotic species and 166 trees that create a serene canopy within a criss-crossing net of pathways across the campus. More

Architecture-Page | Villa - Old Oaks by Ofis Architects

Villa - Old Oaks

The natural surround emerges as the pivotal element around which the design and resultant spaces organize themselves in this competition winning entry by Ofis Architects for a villa in Slovenia. More

Architecture-Page | Bembos Asia by Metropolis Consultora

Bembos Asia

Located in the food court of SurPlaza Commercial Center at the Asia beach, in Lima, Peru, Bembos Asia is essentially the merging of two brands. Namely Bembos (a local chain of restaurants) and Coca-Cola. More

Architecture-Page | UCSF Community Center, San Francisco by Legorreta + Legorreta Architects

UCSF Community Center

Located in one of the largest developments of San Francisco, the UCSF Community Center has been conceived to be the heart of the campus where students, faculty and community come together to enjoy, socialize and interact. More

Architecture-Page | Metropol Parasol by J. MAYER H. Architects

Metropol Parasol

Parasols grow out of an archeological excavation site into a contemporary landmark, as architect Jurgen Mayer articulates and reinvents the Plaza de la Encarnacion in Sevilla, Spain through his competition winning design. More

Architecture-Page | Canteen by Universal Design Studio


Situated on the ground floor of the new development by Foster & Partners, Canteen by Universal Design Studio occupies a prime location facing into the iconic Spitalfields market in East London. More

Architecture-Page | Blue Forest - Nissan Design Creative Studios, interior courtyard by Claude Cormier Architectes Paysagistes Inc.

Blue Forest

Cast in fiberglass, blue forest is a suspended garden of tree branches, hovering above the interior courtyard of Nissan's newly expanded creative studio complex. "The intention was to reproduce the sensation of a giant forest canopy" says Claude Cormier, the designer of blue forest. More

Architecture-Page | Sheraton Abandoibarra Hotel, Bilbao, Spain by Legorreta + Legorreta Architects

Sheraton Abandoibarra Hotel, Bilbao

The hotel is part of the new Ria 2000 master plan of the City of Bilbao, several blocks away from the Guggenheim Museum. Inspired by the work of the artist Chillida and the solid roots, history and culture of the Basque Country, the building is treated like a solid stone block, relieved by a lattice of perforations. More

Architecture-Page | Assyafaah Mosque, Singapore by Tan Kok Hiang and Forum Architects

Assyafaah Mosque, Singapore

Designed by Tan Kok Hiang and Forum Architects, this building provides a boldly modern face to Islam by creatively re-interpreting the traditional form of the arabesque - a universally recognizable symbol of Islamic Art and Architecture. Contemporary materials such as fair-faced concrete and aluminum (for the intricate arabesque screens) are used to dramatic effect. More

Architecture-Page | Tanatorio Chapel & Crematory Jardines De La Paz by Metropolis Consultora

Tanatorio Chapel & Crematory Jardines De La Paz

"The crematorium performs two different functions: one mystic; the other practical and real - Providing facilities to take care of the dead, from cremation to homage." says Jose Orrego of Metropolis, the designer of Tanatorio chapel and crematorium complex. More

Architecture-Page | Rotor Penthouse by J. MAYER H. Architects

Rotor Penthouse

Developing "a new proto-programmatical penthouse" architect Jurgen Mayer dissolves traditional spaces and programs into an inventive new strategy for this urban apartment in Denmark. More

Architecture-Page | New Academic Building, Cooper Union by Morphosis

New Academic Building, Cooper Union

Designed by Morphosis, this new addition to the Cooper Union seeks to bind the school's Art, Architecture and Engineering departments by conceiving of the building as a 'stacked vertical piazza', organized around a central atrium that acts as a connective volume. More


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