The Viikki Church forms the core of an area plan, based on JKMM Architect's winning entry, that will be implemented gradually.
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.
The new museum and cultural center will house pieces from collections of both the New York based Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and the St. Petersburg based State Hermitage Museum.
As of June 2008, the first five floors and exterior shell of O-14 have been cast, revealing the beginnings of the perforated concrete shell exoskeleton which, when finished, will surround the building in a lace-like veil.
The new 1,900-unit residential Trinity Place represents one of the largest and most audacious new visions for San Francisco. The architectural concept translates the essence of city living into a powerful new image.