Designed by Walker Warner Architects, the House of Flowers’ new guest experience breathes new life into a cherished local landmark to become a destination resort-style estate.
Creative repurposing a suite of ageing post-war buildings as a sustainable new visitor Experience Centre for the Morgan Motor Company in Malvern, Worcestershire, England, UK
Designed by Adjaye Associates SPYSCAPE is a new global destination for espionage that marries educational programming with state-of-the-art interactive technology to create a unique experience for every user.
Visitor experience, The Lookout at Lepe Country Park at stunning beachfront site in the New Forest National Park: building design by Hampshire County Council Property Services.
This powerful building design by architects COOP HIMMELB(L)AU uses a two-storey freeform shape clad with stainless steel shingles floating above a box-shaped building with cast-in-place concrete façade.
TIRPITZ – a sanctuary in the sand, acting as a gentle counterbalance to the dramatic war history of the site in Blåvand on the west coast of Denmark, by architects: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group.
Designed by Lemay, Bromont Summit Chalet in Québec acts like a warm and welcoming den with contemporary lines that hugs the shape of the mountain on which it is built.
Designed by Atkins The Box is the largest multi-disciplinary arts and heritage space opening anywhere in the UK next year and the biggest in the South West of England. The £40million project has created a visitor centre for the country of nearly 8,000 sqm.
Redesigned by Trapolin-Peer Architects, Sazerac House is a visitor experience that showcases the Sazerac Company’s legacy brands while redeveloping a vital intersection in the heart of New Orleans.
Designed by Hangzhou 9M Architectural Design Co Greentown Yiwu Peach Blossom Land Living Experience Centre is not only a display centre for a large-scale residential development, but also an important part of the city park which is open to the public.
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.
Science Center Lund – Danish architectural firm COBE wins international competition for a new science museum in the Swedish university city of Lund. Constructed in wood the fully CO2-neutral building has potential to become a future icon of sustainability.
Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland Event Space at Ingliston: key milestone reached on a new RHASS mixed-use building at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston.
Swinging Frames is a multifunctional pavilion offering space for an infopoint for local attractions and events, at the same time it is a bus stop and playground for young and old designed by noa*
Following a £3.1million refurbishment by Purcell architects this Grade 1 scheduled monument will reopen in September 2019 as a unique arts and heritage centre.
Hampshire County Council Property Services’ multi-disciplinary architecture and design team have completed the renovation and extension of Whitchurch Silk Mill.
Design: 3XN architects. Kim Herforth Nielsen, architect of the building said, “We visualise the construction as a whirlpool which draws visitors into the depths to the fascinating experiences waiting among fish and sea animals from all over the world.”
The discovery center has, among other awards, been recognized by the Canadian Green Building Awards 2018, the Canadian Wood Council’s Wood Design&Building Award 2018.