Noah’s Ark Foundation is a hugely ambitious conservation project in South Africa. The animal and ecological conservation park design is by DBM Architects and Image Nation. The park’s aquarium is set to be the biggest in the world.
The new home, designed by BIG, for giant pandas Mao Sun and Xing Er in Copenhagen Zoo resembles the panda’s natural habitat and creates a peaceful living environment for one of the world’s rarest mammals.
Designed by Noll & Tam Architects, California Trail at the Oakland Zoo doubles the size of the zoo complex to roughly 100 acres and furthers the zoo’s mission of conservation, education and research.
Aviary at London Zoo added to Historic England’s at risk register. Designed by Lord Snowdon and Cedric Price in 1962-65 the structure is an aluminium and steel structure on concrete foundations.
As part of their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, the royal couple visited the Institute to learn about the ground-breaking work the zoo is undertaking and to engage with conservation in a unique way.
Danish architecture office 3XN and GERNER GERNER PLUS from Austria together with ATT create a spectacular aquarium in Schönbrunn Zoo. It lies across the landscape like a great veil.
Foster + Partners’ plans for the rebirth of the Snowdon Aviary building at ZSL London Zoo – transforming the historic exhibit into a state-of-the-art walk-through primate enclosure, and restoring the Grade II* listed structure.
Landscape architect Grant Associates has teamed up with Bristol Zoological Society (BZS) and fellow Bath based architect Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBStudios) in a project to save Madagascar’s critically endangered wildlife, including the blue-eyed black lemur, and their forest habitat.
Scandinavian firm White Arkitekter has designed the new house for the Tasmanian Kangaroos in Copenhagen Zoo. Without the barrier of a fence or wall, visitors can meet the kangaroos up close, but on the animals’ terms
Design: AECOM, Architects. Largest development project in the history of British zoos wins Award For Best Large Project Presented By The Institution Of Structural Engineers – “by far the most complex loads to deal with were those resulting from the Orangutans”.
We must make sure that our cities offer a generous framework for different people – from different backgrounds, economy, gender, culture, education and age – so they can live together in harmony while taking into account individual needs as well as the common good. Nowhere is this challenge more acrimonious than in a zoo.
New Tbilisi Zoo Building, Concept Design Georgia, Architect Tbilisi Zoo : Georgian Zoological + Recreation Complex Zoo Building Tbilisi – design by HASSELL, Architects 25 Jun 2012 New Tbilisi Zoo Georgia Design: HASSELL HASSELL appointed to design the new Tbilisi Zoo in Georgia The London Studio of HASSELL, working with Arup, has been appointed by…
Emmen Theatre and Zoo incorporates the surrounding outdoor spaces in a unifying scenography: The large new urban square; the landscape element, introducing the zoological park; the roof landscape, providing visitors with the opportunity to take a break from the noise and activity of the city.
The Adelaide Zoo Entrance Precinct has been awarded a Highly Commended BPN Sustainability Award, announced in Sydney on 13 October 2010.
The design of the Panda Forest embodies the Zoo’s core principles of environment, education, conservation and research and redefines the concept of a zoo in the 21st century – as a contemporary conservation organisation with vital breeding and research programs.
Darwineum Rostock Zoo, German Building, Exhibition Project, Photo, News, Design, Image Darwineum Rostock Zoo Permanent Exhibition at Rostock Zoo Building Germany – design by Atelier Brueckner, Stuttgart 12 May 2010 Darwineum Rostock Zoo Permanent Exhibition ATELIER BRÜCKNER wins European competition Architects : Atelier Brueckner GmbH DARWINEUM – a permanent exhibition at the Rostock Zoo …
Cages for Macaws in the Palm Grove of Barcelona Zoo, Catalonia, designed by Battle & Roig Architects, Spain, has won the World’s Best Display Building award at the prestigious World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF Awards) 2009.
The Perth Zoo’s Orang-utan Exhibit upgrade is our utopian project. It has combined many of our interests in the one project and proved to be a challenging and stimulating design task.