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Salzburg Courthouse redesign & enlargement building design by architects Franz&Sue in north western Austria: klimaaktiv Gold Standard project exploits the ecological and visual features of concrete skin facade panels.
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Justice Center, Arizona, USA, design by Gould Evans Architects: 93,000 sqft tribal court and practitioners’ building in in the Sonoran Desert.
Royal Courts of Justice London building built: 1873-82, design by George Edmund Street architect: GE Street’s most recognisable building is probably the Law Courts in the Strand in London.
The new Palace of Justice in Córdoba building design by Mecanoo architecten is located in Arroyo del Moro which is characteristically dominated by anonymous housing blocks, products of the rapid urban development of 21st century Spanish cities.
New Inverness Justice Centre design by architects Reiach and Hall approved. Construction of Scotland’s first purpose-built Justice Centre has now begun.
OMA’s design for the new Palais de justice in Lille has been selected as the winner of four finalists from a competition. The new public building, commissioned by the Ministry of Justice, will accommodate the high court and district court of Lille.
Manchester Civil Justice Centre has been named one of Britain’s 10 best buildings of the decade by the highly respected architecture and design magazine, Blueprint.
Semi-submerged in an undulating dune landscape lies the new Eurojust headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands. The team of Mecanoo architecten, RoyalHaskoningDHV and landscape architects DS designed a welcoming and secure building with offices, a conference centre.
Leers Weinzapfel Associates recently completed the Franklin County Justice Center in Greenfield, MA, the latest in a series of the firm’s award-winning courthouses and civic structures.
Frederiksberg Courthouse, Copenhagen Legal Building, Development, Danish Architecture Frederiksberg Courthouse, Copenhagen Danish Government Building Development – design by 3XN, Denmark page updated 2 Sep 2016 RIBA Awards 2013 : RIBA National Award Winner – 13 Jun 2013 photos : Adam Mørk 18 Apr 2013 Frederiksberg Courthouse Design: 3XN Location: Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark New Courthouse in…
Design: Baumschlager Eberle
The original design from the office of Christian Hauvette& associés was revised by Baumschlager Eberle Architectes together with the Atelier Pierre Champenois a former partner of Christian Hauvette.
Design: Susan T. Rodriguez / Ennead Architects. On a hilltop site overlooking New York Harbor, this new building has a distinct presence on the St. George skyline, commanding views to and from New York harbor. Four copper-clad “towers of justice” catch the morning light.
Design: schmidt hammer lassen architects. The International Criminal Court (ICC), was formally handed-over its new permanent premises in the Hague, Netherlands. The Court will move into its new 54,000 sqm home in December.
Order is one of the core principles in which the AGi architects’ proposal for this institutional building, Qatar Courthouse, is based. Order as synonymous with structure, law and justice.
Belgium Court of Justice, Hasselt Building, Images, Architecture, West 8 Masterplan Project Belgium Court of Justice Hasselt : Architecture Belgian Building – design by J. MAYER H. Architects 13 + 11 Sep 2013 New Court of Justice, Hasselt Design: J. MAYER H. Architects New Court of Justice, Hasselt, Belgium photo : Filip Dujardin September 13th,…
International Criminal Court, The Hague, Holland, design by schmidt hammer lassen architects. The ICC is the first permanent, treaty-based, international criminal court established to help end impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes of concern to the international community.
The project is a winning entry of an international competition. The building is a graft in the complexity of the Venetian urban system facing Piazzale Roma, the car-entrance space to the city of Venice.