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Norman Foster & Partners

September 29, 2014 /

Vieux Port Pavilion
Norman Foster & Partners
Marseille, France

The transformation of Marseille’s Vieux Port, by Foster + Partners, was one of a series of projects completed in time for the city’s inauguration as European Capital of Culture in 2013.

Spaceport America by Norman Foster & Partners in Upham, New Mexico, USA
Visualization: Norman Foster & Partners
October 24, 2011 /

Spaceport America
Norman Foster & Partners
Upham, New Mexico, USA

The recently completed Spaceport, located in the desert-like landscape of New Mexico, is the first building of its kind in the world.

International Airport by Norman Foster & Partners in Beijing, China
Photo © Nigel Young
April 06, 2009 /

International Airport
Norman Foster & Partners
Beijing, China

Designed and completed in only four years, Terminal 3 at Beijing Capital International Airport opened ahead of schedule for the 2008 Olympics.

Elephant House by Norman Foster & Partners in Copenhagen, Denmark
Photo © Richard Davies
June 23, 2008 /

Elephant House
Norman Foster & Partners
Copenhagen

The new Elephant House provides these magnificent animals with a stimulating environment, including easily accessible spaces for the public to enjoy them, and restores the visual relationship between the zoo and the park.

Khanty Mansiysk by Norman Foster & Partners in Siberia, Russia
Photo courtesy Norman Foster & Partners
February 04, 2008 /

Khanty Mansiysk
Norman Foster & Partners
Siberia, Russia

A sensitive insertion into the landscape, the design ensures that much of the site remains in its natural condition.

Foster & Partners - Millau Viaduct - Bridge (detail)
July 23, 2007 /

Millau Viaduct
Norman Foster & Partners
Gorge du Tarn, France

Bridges are often considered to belong to the engineer's realm rather than the architect's. But the architecture of infrastructure has a powerful impact on the environment.

Hearst Tower by Norman Foster & Partners in New York, USA
Photo: Chuck Choi
October 02, 2006 /

Hearst Tower
Norman Foster & Partners
New York, New York, USA

When William Randolph Hearst in the 1920s commissioned the six-story Art Deco block to house his publishing empire, he anticipated that the building would eventually form the base for a landmark tower.

Winspear Opera House by Norman Foster & Partners in Dallas, Texas,
Image courtesy DCPA
November 07, 2005 /

Winspear Opera House
Norman Foster & Partners
Dallas, Texas, USA

Located on the north side of Flora Street, in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, the Winspear Opera House will be one of the six venues that will comprise the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts.

Bodegas Portia by Norman Foster & Partners in Ribera del Duero, Spain
Photo © Thomas Mayer
January 05, 2004 /

Bodegas Portia
Norman Foster & Partners
Ribera del Duero, Spain

The Bodegas Portia is located in the Ribera del Duero, one of Spain's foremost wine-producing regions, approximately 150 kilometers north of Madrid.

Photo: Nigel Young / Foster and Partners
Foster & Partners - Musee de Prehistoire - Area
June 03, 2002 /

Musée de Préhistoire des Gorges du Verdon
Norman Foster & Partners
Quinson, France

The Gorges du Verdon, in Hautes Provence, is an exceptional archaeological site, rich in traces of the life of Stone Age man, to which this new museum is devoted. The Musée de Préhistoire is Europe's largest museum of prehistory.

Photo: Nigel Young/Foster & Partners.
Foster & Partners - Great Court - Courtyard
April 05, 2002 /

Queen Elizabeth ll Great Court
Norman Foster & Partners
London, England

With the opening of the Great Court, London has gained a public space of international significance, open to all.

Norman Foster & Partners
"Fosteritos"
Metro System
December 17, 2001 /

“Fosteritos” Metro System
Norman Foster & Partners
Bilbao, Spain

The curved glassy structures - or "Fosteritos" - that announce the Bilbao Metro network at street level are as unique to Bilbao as the Art Nouveau Metro entrances are to Paris.

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