The house is located in an old quarter of Barcelona where old two floors family houses live together with three and four storey residential buildings. The estate consists of a rectangular urban plot, with a depth of 27 m and a width of 5'45 m, with access from two streets. It is oriented North-South, in such a way that the rear facade is oriented to noon.
Over quite a few years, extensive renovations and modifications have been performed at the Copenhagen Central Station which is now 100 years old. The platforms have been extended to continue underneath the station and the roof has been replaced, among other things. Copper in particular has been a recurring material which has both been used and reused as decoration on the new platform extensions.
An irregular plot where it seemed too tight to fit what we proposed to design, with some existing constructions from the 19th Century we wanted to keep and that strongly had to relate to the new building.
Freya’s Cabin is part of “Freya and Robin” a project for two structures on the banks of Kielder Water, Northumberland. The structures provide stopping points for visitors walking or cycling along the lakeside path.
With over seven hundred residences, an estate in a deprived area of Tower Hamlets, comprising a collection of 1960’s high rise towers and lower rise 6 storey blocks with left over spaces and ill-defined public/private relationships, has been revitalised.
Restoration of the ruins of Santa Maria Church (Cazorla, Spain)
Intervention in the Santa Maria Church in Cazorla represents a clear commitment to retrieving the ruins of this unfinished temple, both for contemplation purposes and the use of the space for cultural activities in keeping with its heritage values.
Located directly near the 'Berlin Wall Documentary Centre' and the 'Berlin Wall Memorial', the project includes the refurbishment of an old 8-storey-building from the 1970s to a hotel, two new entrance-buildings and a bistro along the Ackerstrasse in Berlin-Mitte.
Inside the new Sports Centre of Aranjuez this sports hall is the most representative building of the whole compound because it is ideally situated in the complex centre and due to its resounding appearance. The hall comprises a multi-purpose court which is equipped for basketball, football and volleyball. The building also includes a gym, changing rooms, offices and other auxiliary spaces. It has a capacity of 1.245 spectators.
The construction of the new health centre and national pharmacy for Greenland’s national hospital, the Queen Ingrid Hospital, is the first stage of a master plan future-proofing the hospital, originally built in the 1980s.
The winning concept behind the ‘a mezza voce’ proposal for the architectural competition of Helsinki Music Centre (held in 1999) was the idea that the new building should harmonize with and unify the Töölönlahti bay area in the centre of Helsinki.
Early in 2006, Hordaland County, on the west coast of Norway, instigated an architectural competition for the design of a new high school in the Sörås district of Bergen. The winners – against stiff competition from seven other entries – were the architects LINK, who have a long tradition in designing school projects.