Scottish architecture design news: Woeful planning statistics are unacceptable with average processing times for major housing developments now taking over a year on average. Critical government action required against backdrop of Local Authority housing emergencies.
Designed by HENN, iCampus Rhenania is Prominently situated with a view opening towards the Ostbahnhof station, the striking building complex of office buildings invites passers by into the Werksviertel neighbourhood in Munich, Germany
Designs for a new circular brick lift tower and walkway by Keith Williams Architects at Basil Spence’s Grade II* listed University of Sussex Library, England, have been approved by Brighton & Hove City Council, paving the way for technical design to commence and construction to start later this year
The Igreja Velha Palace intervention in Vermoim, northern Portugal, by Visioarq enhanced the ensemble through the restoration of its volumetric and spatial aspects, repairing degraded structural elements, and addressing the asymmetries created throughout its history
London-based practice Alison Brooks Architects designs Cohen Quad, a 6000 sqm ‘campus in a building’ for Exeter College in Oxford, England. Its generous, adaptable, light-filled spaces in high demand by a wider academic and public audience
Designed by Osamu Morishita Architect and Associates, See Sea Park i Fukui, Japan, is a place where people gather, spend time, and do business. The buildings absorb and store solar energy and occasionally release heat. In sync with the thermal condition of the earth
The Port of Montreal Tower, designed by Provencher_Roy, is the jewel in the crown of the dramatic transformation of a crumbling infrastructure complex into an exceptional public landscape. Begun in 2013, the fruit of integrated design combines architecture and landscape
Rafael Viñoly Architects has unveiled new renderings for its innovative design of the new international terminal at Aeroporto Amerigo Vespucci in Florence, Italy, the heart of Italy’s renowned wine country. The terminal is expected to see over 5.9 million international passengers pass through it yearly