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Ferring Pharmaceuticals / Foster + Partners

October 7, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

Ferring Pharmaceuticals A/S home in Copenhagen. The site occupies a pivotal waterfront position alongside the Øresund crossing, just north of Copenhagen International Airport. Bordered by predominantly low-rise development, the building affords fantastic views towards Malmö and the Swedish coast – where the company was founded.

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Sneglehusene Housing / BIG

October 5, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

The ‘Sneglehusene’ is BIG’s contribution to the ambitious master plan of Nye, a neighborhood developed north of Denmark’s second-largest city, Aarhus. Conceived as a porous wall, a total of six buildings gently curve around a pond and a green boardwalk at the heart of the development.

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baramundi Headquarters / HENN

October 5, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

HENN’s design combines social and technical performance for the young software company baramundi. As one of the first pilot projects of Augsburg Innovation Park, the HQ helps strengthen Germany’s position as a driver of technical innovation.

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CapitaSpring / BIG + Carlo Ratti Associati

October 4, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

CapitaSpring is a 280-meter-tall high-rise oasis that continues the city’s pioneering vertical urbanism with a diverse neighborhood of restaurants, office space, a Citadines serviced residence, and sky gardens from the ground all the way up to the 51st floor. In 2018, the building was accorded Green Mark Platinum & Universal Design GoldPLUS certifications by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore.

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Radio Hotel and Tower / MVRDV

October 4, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

Designed for developer Youngwoo & Associates with Stonehill Taylor as the architect of record, the building is the first completed building by Dutch firm MVRDV in the United States. The building has a dramatic impact on the skyline of upper Manhattan, yet its design responds sensitively to the neighborhood and adds much-needed hotel, office, and hospitality amenities that were missing.

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“Projects Cannot be Carried Out Without First Feeling and Understanding the Place”: Marta Maccaglia of Asociación Semillas

September 23, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

Talking to architect Marta Maccaglia about her work is not just talking about architecture. Each of her projects derives from a participatory way of working, based on the approach and deep understanding of its users in their social and local context, their needs, the territory and the available resources, resulting in works that acquire a meaning beyond that of the function itself.

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Hudson Valley House II / Thomas Phifer and Partners

September 19, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

Set back from the road and sited in a gently sloping meadow, Hudson Valley House II is a collection of six separate pavilions totaling 4,600 square feet, each housing a different function commonly found in a single residence. The structures are clustered around a central courtyard filled with native grasses, locust and conifer trees, and flowering shrubs.

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Bilgola Beach House / Olson Kundig

September 18, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

Nestled in the sand dunes of Bilgola Beach, this 9,400-square-foot family home is located on the northern coast of Sydney, Australia. Passing through palm trees and Norfolk Pines, the site’s entrance leads through the solid volumes of the home’s main and guest wings. Upon approaching the front door, the view opens up to the sand dune and beach beyond.

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Ghent House / Thomas Phifer and Partners

September 16, 2022 Paula Pintos 0

The Ghent House was designed as a linear collection of structures, slightly askew from one another and partially embedded into a hillside. Each structure contains one room. Slightly raised interconnecting underground passages link the rooms spatially and conceptually.