Castellmühle Krefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia building design by ATP architects engineers for GoodMills: Europe’s most modern mill with an annual milling capacity of 408,000 tons of grain
Prof Lord Bhattacharyya Building in Coventry, England, design by Cullinan Studio Architects: showcase for pioneering technology and learning, sustainable highly engineered architecture
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Wuhan SUNAC 1890, Qintai Avenue building design by Lacime Architects at former Hanyang Iron Works adopts different levels of preservation and transformation to workshop buildings, creating new architectural space forms
Neri&Hu designed Schindler City, the headquarters for leading elevator manufacturer Schindler, as part of a new corporate master plan including offices, showroom, factories, warehouses, and research facility in Shanghai
Designed by IDOM, Power Electronics is a large production facility, an open, clean and flexible interior space to adapt internal logistics to production and storage needs in Valencia, Spain
Designed by ATAH, Shanghai Yangtze 3MAP Elevator Factory’s owner hopes the changes of the factory will demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit.
Ethereal centre of innovation in Hungary, design by Foldes Architects, contact lens facility inspired by science, technology and art: 24m passage surrounded by reflections of reflections
BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group and Vestre, Norwegian manufacturer of carbon neutral furniture, unveil The Plus building: world’s most sustainable furniture factory, in a Norway forest.
The Lake House is a family home and office on the banks Lake Geneva, designed for a successful Senegalese businessman based in Switzerland by architects SAOTA and interiors designers ARRCC.
Seen from the water, Villa Courbe, designed by SAOTA, appears almost at one with the wooded hills that rise gently out of the lake and, at the same time, very different to the traditional suburbia that surrounds it.
ATP architects engineers is responsible for the design of the IWC Manufacturing Center in Schaffhausen. The building slips seamlessly into the landscape and mimics pavilion-like buildings of the Modern Movement.
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designed this striking piece of contemporary architecture is cut into the slope of the land, taking its cues from ancient Scottish hills and maximising the aesthetic beauty of the building whilst minimising the visual impact on the Speyside landscape.