World Architecture News – March 2010 : Buildings across the Globe, Images
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Expo Shanghai 2010, China : Knippers Helbig Advanced Engineering
The combination of the membrane structure, which has a surface of 65,000 m2 in total with a span of 100 m, and the six steelglass funnels of 45 m height, formed of a freeform double-curved framework, constitutes the landmark of the Expo Shanghai 2010 and demonstrates the result of a successful German-Chinese cooperation at the same time.
Rotating Hotel, Croatia – Solta Island Resort : Studio RHE
image from architect
The new build marina and resort, just 35 minutes by boat from Split (2.5 hours flying time from London), rotates within the centre of an infinity-edged swimming lake that cascades down onto the hillside spa below. Guests will be treated to ever changing views over the Adriatic Sea, dramatic countryside and the Roman remains of a Diocletian fish farm.
Serpentine Pavilion 2010, London, England : Jean Nouvel
The vivid red building by Jean Nouvel consists of bold geometric forms, large retractable awnings and a freestanding wall that climbs 12m above the lawn, sloping at a gravity defying angle. It experiments with the idea of play in its incorporation of the French tradition of outdoor table-tennis and other games.
RS+Yellow Furniture building Münster, Germany : BOLLES+WILSON
This is the third BOLLES+WILSON building for the German-wide furniture chain RS+Yellow, an extension of the homebase storage and distribution centre by 7,000 sqm. The new rectangular building volume stands adjacent to the original 1992 corrugated aluminium warehouse.
SANAA, architects, Japan : Win 2010 Pritzker Prize architects
Pearl River Tower, Guangzhou, China : SOM
Among the structural innovations are integrated wind turbines. These turbines, which are fed from funnel-like openings in the façade, are supported on floor slabs occurring within the opening zones and are laterally braced against the floor above.
Keppel Bay Towers, Singapore : Studio Daniel Libeskind
Eisenhower Memorial Design, Washington DC : Frank Gehry, architect
Mansilla & Tuñón Arquitectos : Profile on this Spanish architecture studio
National Museum of Qatar Building, Qatar : Jean Nouvel, architects
Signature Center New York, USA : Frank Gehry, architects
John Hejduk Tower, Berlin – photos by Hélène Binet : Concern re John Hejduk building
photo © Hélène Binet
Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal 2010 : Lindsay & Kerry Clare win
HOTO FUDO, Japan : Takeshi Hosaka Architects
Grand Canal Square Theatre Dublin, Ireland – Opening : Studio Daniel Libeskind
photo © Ros Kavanagh
Museum Folkwang Essen, Germany : David Chipperfield Architects
Holmenkollen Ski Jump Oslo, Norway : JDS Architects
photograph © JDS
Jesolo Magica Venice, Italy : Zaha Hadid Architects
Barclays Center Development, New York : Ceremonial Groundbreaking
World’s Tallest Building News, UAE : Burj Khalifa status ratified
Bruce Graham architect of SOM dies at 84
photo : SOM / Stuart Rodgers Photography
OMA architects : Ole Scheeren leaves to set up his own practice
The Wolfe Center for the Arts Ohio, USA : Snøhetta
860-880 Lake Shore Drive Renovation, Chicago : Krueck & Sexton, Architects
Ocean Space Centre Trondheim, Norway : Snøhetta
image : MIR
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