Designed by 3LHD architects, the Rimac Campus is located 16 km from the centre of Zagreb, Croatia. It is surrounded by a natural landscape yet still well connected to the highway and airport
House of Wisdom in Sharjah building design by UK architects Foster + Partners: this new iconic library and cultural centre opens to the public, seeks to be catalyst for a new cultural quarter in this UAE city
Monumental sculpture design by artist Gerry Judah, The Scroll in Sharjah, UAE, at the front of the House of Wisdom, designed by Foster + Partners, is a contemporary interpretation of the ancient Arabic scrolls
Camden Highline Competition in North London winners – James Corner Field Operations (JCFO) + vPPR Architects – strong design for a new park and linear walk linking to King’s Cross along a disused railway viaduct
Melbourne Arts Precinct $1.46B funding from Victoria Government news: includes 18,000sqm of new open public space and gardens, with elevated inner-city park, designed by architects Hassell + SO–IL
Camden Highline Competition in North London news – five shortlisted design teams for a new park and linear walk linking to King’s Cross along a disused railway viaduct
Streets as the impetus of community life: LWK + PARTNERS Director HC Chan sees immense opportunities in excavating the power of street life to preserve cultural diversity and walkability.
JDAP proposes a new Banja Luka Culture and Congress Centre for Bosnia and Herzegovina as an extension to the City Park, as an anchor for the developing city to the East.
Plans to transform London’s iconic Regent Street – helping to deliver a greener, cleaner, safer and more accessible West End – more space for pedestrians & support social distancing
COSMOS Architecture’s design for the new Common Lights Congress Center of Banja Luka, Bosnia Herzegovina, aspires to create a building that is adaptable, interactive, and accessible for everybody.
‘I Saw The World End’, London – British And Japanese Artists Es Devlin And Machiko Weston digital artwork commission by IWM to commemorate 75th Anniversary of Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Tooley Street Triangle wayfinding beacon design by Charles Holland Architects – London Bridge Station public realm improvement transforms overlooked piece of pavement into a local landmark.
Russian public realm by SWA/Balsley and 5+design – model of landscape urbanism and placemaking at city’s historic train station: poised to become city’s next great urban park and public attraction.