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Category: Landscape/ urban area

Ghent Market Hall by Robbrecht en Daem architecten & Marie-José Van Hee architecten in Ghent, Belgium. Photo: Marc de Blieck
August 19, 2013 /

Ghent Market Hall
Robbrecht en Daem architecten & Marie-José Van Hee architecten
Ghent, Belgium

The Ghent Market Hall by Robbrecht en Daem architecten & Marie-José Van Hee architecten is confidently contemporary yet clearly at home between historical monuments – an astonishingly reassuring public structure within a delicate urban environment.

Metropol Parasol by J. Mayer H. architectsl in Sevilla, Spain. Inside canopy. Photo © Fernando Alda
August 12, 2013 /

Metropol Parasol
J. Mayer H. architects
Sevilla, Spain

J. MAYER H.’s playful Metropol Parasol regenerates a central, run-down square in Seville, Spain, by bringing together diverse functions, past and present, into a new powerful urban statement.

Superkilen by BIG + Topotek1 + Superflex in Copenhagen, Denmark. 
The Red Square seen from the air. Photo by Iwan Baan
May 23, 2013 /

Superkilen
BIG + Topotek1 + Superflex
Copenhagen, Denmark

The sprawling urban park, Superkilen, wedges itself into one of the most ethnically diverse neighbourhoods in Copenhagen, Nørrebro. It samples benches, street signs and other urban furniture from across the world in an effort to reflect the multi-ethnicity of the area’s inhabitants.

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