The interactive movement of the two towers creates a new dancing silhouette on the Grove’s skyline.
The Kimball Art Center, home to Sundance House during the Annual Sundance Film Festival, invited an international group of architects to submit designs for an interior renovation of the existing Kimball Art Center and the construction of a new building directly adjacent to the original, located centrally in Park City, Utah.
MÉCA, located on the historical riverfront of Bordeaux, will house three regional visual and performing arts agencies FRAC, the ECLA and the OARA in one single institution.
A welcoming gateway to the city, and another unique structure to the Vancouver skyline. The 49-story tower, named after its location on the corner of Howe & Beach, will become one of the city's fourth tallest buildings.
Located on a gentle slope, the existing Levi ski center provides the framework for the future Koutalaki Ski Village which is conceived as an extension of the summit and the existing cluster of buildings in Koutalaki.
Located on a steep slope overlooking the most beautiful of Greenland's fjords, the new National Gallery will serve as a cultural and architectural icon for the people of Greenland, combining the country's historical and contemporary art in one dynamic institution.
Located in an industrial area near the city center the new Waste-to-Energy plant will be an exemplary model in the field of waste management and energy production, as well as an architectural landmark in the cityscape of Copenhagen.
Being one of the future cornerstones of Kazakh nation building, and a leading institution representing the Kazakh national identity, designing the library went beyond a mere architectural challenge.
Set upon a steep hillside overlooking Mexico City, the New Tamayo Museum will serve as a nucleus of education and culture, locally, regionally, and internationally.
Zira Zero Island is a 1,000,000 m2 master plan for a carbon neutral resort and residential development on Zira Island located along the Caspian Sea.
The Danish Maritime Museum in Elsinore, Denmark will be housed within, and surrounding, a decommissioned dry dock that lies within eyesight of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kronborg Castle, the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Situated on the outer edge of the city as the southern most outpost in the maturing neighborhood of Orestad, the bow-tie shaped mixed-use building contains three different types of residential housing as well as retail and offices.