Powerhouse Company has designed the new Amsterdam headquarters of IT giant IBM, delivering on the company’s vision for the working world of tomorrow: a sustainable building that is not so much a traditional office as a pleasant and healthy meeting place for sharing ideas.
The fact that a healthy environment is increasingly becoming a luxury is something that even providers of luxurious gems are reluctant to accept. Tiffany’s therefore had a façade made from plastic waste from the sea designed for its store at Changi Airport. Designed by MVRDV, 3D-printed and fascinating.
In the Brazilian city of Manaus, Laurent Troost Architectures has created an office as a statement that harmonizes nature with urban life. It also demonstrates that a working environment is perfectly able to recreate a holiday feeling.
At the very tip of Java Island stands Amsterdam’s wooden Flatiron building, Hotel Jakarta. The heart of this energy-neutral 4-star hotel is a subtropical garden.
With the Shanshui Firewood Garden in China’s Sichuan province, Mix Architecture translates architectural heritage into a new formal language. Light screens made of suspended firewood plumb the space in a new way.
The winning design for the new hall building in Munich’s world-famous Olympic Park comes from the Copenhagen office 3XN. No easy task, because: In the future, Munich’s new sports arena will have to stand alongside the architectural icon of Günter Behnisch and Frei Otto.
From Friday, October 13 to Sunday, October 22, design and Campari lovers will get their money’s worth! During this period, part of the Campari Bar in Vienna will become a gallery with specially designed museum architecture, thus providing insights into the world of Matteo Thun and Campari…
Luxury villas nestled in the earth, each with private entrance and pool promise relaxing vacations in complete seclusion at one of the top destinations in Crete: Elysium Caved Villas in Agia Pelagia.
Singapore’s Changi Airport is unique in the world. In addition to the spectacular domed building with the world’s largest indoor waterfall, a new terminal is now being planned that will turn the airport into a full-fledged city.
A special highlight of the new alpine architecture is located in the Eggental Dolomites. Not only because the Oberholz hut is located at over 2000 meters, but also because tradition and modernity meet here at eye level.
From December 2023, the remarkable eco-apart hotel presents itself as a pioneering concept in South Tyrol, setting innovations in the vacation hotel industry in several respects: Through its bold circular architecture and as the first completely energy self-sufficient guesthouse in the Alpine region.
Stockholm Wood City, the world’s largest city built of wood, is being built on a former industrial site. The architecture for the showcase city of the future comes from timber construction pioneers Henning Larsen and White Arkitekter.
Forming a bond is always a special thing – especially when it involves the hospitality of two boutique hotels in Antwerp. Each boasts its own distinctive atmosphere, but august and Hotel Julien also enjoy a certain symbiosis: the combination of historic Belgian architecture with a contemporary, minimalist feel…
Ten years after its construction, the Tamedia building in Zurich is still one of the most visionary timber engineering structures in the world. Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban revealed the approach behind the outstanding construction to ubm magazin.
The Populus Hotel is being built in downtown Denver. Its triangular floor plan and a facade reminiscent of a quaking aspen are striking. It is also set to become the first energy-positive hotel in the USA.
The new Green Beetle Cafe from Feinkost Käfer is being launched at Ludwig Beck on Rathauseck…
A new campus for climate solutions is being built on Governors Island, a small island off the coast of New York, designed by architecture studio SOM – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Where does the world flourish? How far into the future do you have to look if you want to know how the world evolves?