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One of the largest new student residence schemes in Britain, designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects, includes very different styles of copper cladding on two major buildings along the ‘exposed’ public edges of its East London site.
The site chosen for this project is bordered by a built-up area consisting principally of buildings typical of the area. Rectangular in shape, the plot is enclosed by the rue Sellier on the west where stand two seventies blocks, and by the river Auron...
Barnsley’s new Transport Interchange is the first project to be initiated as part of the town’s regeneration programme, Remaking Barnsley.
The Novotel London Paddington provides a significant contribution both visually and functionally to Development Securities' Paddington Central business park by providing both a glittering landmark and an active frontage to a new public square.
Frederikskaj is a residential project with 152 owner-occupied apartments located in Teglholm in Copenhagen harbour's Sydhavn.
The project was commissioned through an invited competition. The new structure is an addition to an existing university and research building, which is extended to about 4 times its original size.
A working space, a space to live, to think.
A green field. A spring wave. Woods. Mountains. Copper as primary matter. Plastic, ductile, malleable. Architecture as a reassuring presence.
The area of intervention covered by the study, although small in physical terms is relatively large if compared with the dimension of the Vila itself: in terms of the complexities which are the result of the successive transformations the Vila has undergone over time, it is truly a place full of history.
The brief for this lakeside building called for a robust, well-proportioned and timeless design, suited to its picturesque setting and linked to the new boardwalk.
The new district heating plant of chiusa looks like a big copper wing that comes out of the terrain.