Swallow’s Nest For Taichung / New Cultural Center By Vincent Cellebaut
Swallow’s nest is a new architectural icon, dedicated to the Fine Arts and Literature, designed by Vincent Cellebaut. It is a showcase of spatial versatility and cultural eclecticism. This crystal-like building is located on the site of the old Taichung airport, and represents a true gate to
Taichung City Cultural Center / Public Library And Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan
With arts and culture at the core of Taichung, Taiwan’s urban identity, and the vision to lead in innovation and technology, RMJM’s design proposal seeks to bring together these significant attributes in a construct emblematic of Taichung’s achievements and vision.
Helsinki Central Library Competition Winner
The open international two-stage architectural competition for Helsinki Central Library was launched in 2012, and 544 entries were submitted from all over the world. The six entries selected for the second phase of the competition were announced in November 2012 and now the winner is finally announced – Helsinki-based architectural
Updated 30th June 2013 at 23:06 by Rikkrdo
Temporary Parametric Inflated Structure Wins the Triumph Pavilion Competition In London
Paris-based practice Atelier Zündel Cristea won the Triumph Pavilion – London competition and gained the opportunity to build their first prize proposal. Peace Pavilion was open to public at London’s Bethnal Green, Museum Gardens.
The architects at Atelier Zündel Cristea aimed
Updated 1st July 2013 at 03:50 by Rikkrdo
Walkable Miami Beach Square To Stitch The City Together / BIG
Miami Beach is a unique city; It is one of the youngest cities in America—and perhaps right now one of the most vibrant and dynamic. Its streetscape is characterized by a lively, walkable, urban fabric with a friendly human scaled environment under the cool shade of tropical trees and art deco canopies—except at