World Building News October 2007, Contemporary Properties, Design
Global Architecture News October 2007
Architectural Design Developments – World Built Environment
Global Architecture News – October 2007
World Architectural Projects – Highlights in Oct 2007
This is the e-architect archive page for Architecture News October 2007.
Seville Plaza, Seville, southern Spain, western Europe
Design: J. Mayer H
photo : Angel Vilches
The Metropol Parasol scheme with its impressive timber structures forms an archaeological museum, a farmers market, an elevated plaza, multiple bars and restaurants underneath and inside the parasols. It also creates a panorama terrace on the very top of the parasols. Realized as one of the largest and most innovative bonded timber-constructions with a polyurethane coating, the parasols grow out of the archaeological excavation site into a contemporary iconic landmark.
22 Oct 2007
Mensa Karlsruhe – Student Canteen, Karlsruhe, south western Germany
Design: J. Mayer H
photo : David Franck, Ostfildern
The “Mensa Karlsruhe” is an elastic space, sitting in the centre of the Karlsruhe University Campus. As an extension of the already existing facilities, the canteen will serve a growing number of students.
Watermark Place : Fletcher Priest
The scheme for Watermark Place Oxford One Investment Limited, UBS Global Asset Management and City Offices LLP comprises 530,000 sq ft (net) of office and retail space and has been designed to achieve a low carbon footprint.
Paul Andreu : Beijing Theatre building in China
Museum Plaza Louisville : REX
Designed by a team led by Joshua Prince-Ramus and Erez Ella, this 62-storey skyscraper combines arts, commerce and residential space. The building rises about 700 feet above the Ohio River. The new Louisville cultural center will contain 165 luxury condominiums; 300,000 sqft of class-A office space; a 260-room Westin Hotel; and the University of Louisville Master of Fine Arts program.
Victoria University building : Michael McKenna
The architecture emphasises the building’s prominence in the small burgeoning campus. Adopting a ‘play tall’ strategy the design provides a symbolic and civic value.
Nebula Dubai building : A-CERO
Foster + Partners : recent buildings
Timothy Taylor Gallery : Eric Parry
Ticino houses : Davide Macullo
Liverpool building photos by Adrian Welch
Kalmar Museum of Art : Tham & Videgård Hansson Architects
Kingsmead School Theatre : Tim Foster Architects
Harley Davidson Australia : Tony Owen NDM
Experimental Buildings : Hans Moor
Tyrol building : Delugan Meissl
St James Square : Eric Parry
RIBA Gold Medal : Ted Cullinan
Vitoria towers : Abalos & Herreros
Palace of Justice Córdoba : Mecanoo
New Zealand houses : Stevens Lawson Architects
Stirling Prize 2007 : winner
Kent building : Plastik Architects
Museum of Modern Literature : David Chipperfield
Southbank Centre Masterplan : Rick Mather
King Abdullah International Gardens : Barton Willmore
Key Buildings featured:
Burj Khalifa tower, Dubai : Building images + architecture information
image from Emaar
Zenith Saint-Etienne Building, France
Buildings / photos for the World Architecture News 2007 page welcome
Architecture News October 2007 – page