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  1. Changi Airport Terminal 1 Redevelopment

    by , 7th August 2012 at 07:32
    Changi Airport Terminal 1 Redevelopment / Woodhead




    Architects: Woodhead
    Location: Changi International Airport (SIN), Singapore
    Project Year: 2011
    Project Area: 21,700 sqm
    Photographs: Jeff Cheng

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    Changi International Terminal 1 was completed in over 180 defined phases with a number of sub stages ...
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  2. An Environmental Screen That Promotes Social Interaction Through Commerce

    by , 7th August 2012 at 07:24
    An Environmental Screen That Promotes Social Interaction Through Commerce



    The Intercity Project, by Slovenian architects Sadar+Vuga, is part of a competition entry for theredevelopment of the Houptbahnof in central Vienna. Meant to act as a tourist’s first interaction with the city of Vienna, the complex will consist of several ‘hybrid buildings,’ comprising the city’s first ‘hybrid ...
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  3. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Los Angeles, United States

    by , 30th July 2012 at 20:46
    Los Angeles International Airport gets a bit of definition from global design practice AECOM



    The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), one of the world's busiest airports, is undergoing a facelift. As part of a multi-phase project, AECOM is working with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to create a sensational experience for the 61 million passengers who travel in and out of LAX annually. The ...
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  4. Innovative Tennis Center in Bulgaria

    by , 30th July 2012 at 20:42
    Innovative Tennis Center in Bulgaria with ETFE Inflatable Facade



    This is an innovative Tennis complex designed by Matija Djedovic M.Arch. ”Tennis complex Varna” is situated in Bulgaria, on the island in the central part of town Varna called “Ostrovo”. The project aims to be landmark for new impulses to urban development in Varna.

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    Updated 30th July 2012 at 20:47 by Rikkrdo

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  5. Designing an Urban Village

    by , 30th July 2012 at 20:39
    Designing an Urban Village / Brenac+Gonzalez



    The building is composed of several layers assembled on the vertical axis, over a base that provides properly anchored natural and use-related services. It is designed according to the needs of each housing site, thereby defining the overlay districts. As a village, the high-rise is organized and structured around common areas such as meeting ...
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