World Architecture, Buildings across the Globe, Contemporary Built Environment, Design
Projects Submission – Global Architecture Design
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Global Architecture Projects welcome for consideration, we focus on interesting high quality completed buildings and building designs from across the World.
Please send key projects only for possible inclusion
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Key Buildings featured
MAXXI Rome, Italy
photo : Roland Halbe
The complex houses two institutions: MAXXI Arte (Director Anna Mattirolo) and MAXXI Architecture (Director Margherita Guccione), aiming to promote art and architecture through collection, conservation, study and exhibition of contemporary works. As of today, over 300 works are part of the MAXXI Art collection in Rome, including those of Boetti, Clemente, Kapoor, Kentridge, Merz, Penone, Pintaldi, Richter, Warhol and many others.
Burj Khalifa tower, Dubai, UAE
image from architect
Central St Giles, London, UK
photo © Nick Weall
The vibrantly coloured Central Saint Giles, designed by Renzo Piano, is an exemplar of excellence in office-led, mixed-use development consisting of 400,000 sq ft of Grade A office space, 56 private apartments, 53 affordable homes and nine new restaurants and café bars arranged around a new courtyard piazza. It is home to NBC Universal, Google, Mindshare, Specific Media and Burson & Marsteller.
Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg, Germany
image © Herzog & de Meuron
This Hamburg concert hall designed by celebrated Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron is essentially a “glass tower perched atop a giant brick warehouse, surrounded on three sides by water”. The central auditorium of the ‘Elphi’ is clad in 10,000 gypsum-fiber white acoustic panels to assist acoustics for the musical perfomrances below. Each panel has a unique series of divots that scatter or absorb sound.
Burj al Arab Hotel, Dubai, UAE
image from architect
Voest Steelworks Office, Austria
photo © Josef Pausch
Los Angeles Concert Hall, USA
photo © Andrew McRae
Nomad Hotel, Covent Garden
Design: Roman and Williams
photo © Emsie Jonker
NoMad London Hotel in Covent Garden
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