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Site Specific; a manifestation of duality expressed by the constant superposition of contrasts: instability and balance, contemporary and historical, a wall that limits and a circle that receives, the space, at once, interior and exterior, the open and the closed, signalizes, at the same time, the weight and lightness of our time.
Project name
Concéntrico Pavilion
Architecture firm
Sauermartins, Mauricio Mendez
Location
Logroño, Spain
Photography
Josema Cutillas, Cássio Sauer
worked alongside 2.ink Studio and in close collaboration with Portland Parks and Recreation to create this 16-acre, hourglass-shaped park in a northeast Portland neighborhood.
Project name
Luuwit Park
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Stephen Miller (all still photos), Brian Dalrymple (drone photo only)
The new embankment is divided into 2 main zones: 'quiet' and 'active. The 'active' area includes a dog walking area, projecting balconies suitable for fishing, a playground for different ages and a central area for events. The 'quiet' zone is a long promenade on winding bridges among trees with scenic balconies on stilts and secluded places for res...
Project name
New embankment in Zhukovsky
Architecture firm
Basis architectural bureau
Location
Zhukovsky, Moscow region, Russia
Photography
Ilya Ivanov
Establishing Eleftheria Square as the city’s primary gathering space, Zaha Hadid Architects’ (ZHA) design creates new connections intended to unite a divided capital. Nicosia’s massive Venetian fortifications separate the old city from its modern districts, while the city’s ‘Green Line’ divides the capital into two disparate communities.
Project name
Eleftheria Square
Architecture firm
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
Location
Nicosia, Cyprus
Photography
K.Arkatites, Laurian Ghinitoiu
MANE, a pioneering French group and one of the worldwide leaders of the Fragrance industry, commissioned MEAN (Middle East Architecture Network) to design a temporary pop-up at Dubai's World Trade Center.
Project name
Luminescents Pavilion
Architecture firm
MEAN* (Middle East Architecture Network)
Location
World Trade Center, Dubai, UAE
Photography
Alex Jeffries Photography Group
This Rail Museum site carries 130 years of Taiwan’s urban transformation. Started as a munitions factory where the first railway originated during the Ching dynasty, the site is now a Rail Museum Park adjacent to Taipei Main Station, the main transportation hub for both the city and northern Taiwan.
Project name
Landscape Of Traces
Architecture firm
XRANGE Architects
Location
Taipei, Taiwan
Photography
Studio Millspace
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists): Jiangyin is on the Yangtze, the world’s busiest working river. The city is regenerating part of its industrial docklands as a high density live-work district. Stage one of this major project is the creation of a 4 km public realm along the river edge. The design was selected through invited competition.
Project name
Docklands Park
Architecture firm
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists)
Location
Jiangyin City, Jiangsu Province, China
Photography
Zeng Jianghe, Xiazhi
C.Reality has announced a collaboration with Art D’Egypt and Orascom, in which an installation based on the traditional pigeon tower was designed and set up in the open- air exhibition at O West. The concept was created by Sarah Sarofim, designed by Mohamed Salem and implemented by C.Reality, and will be revealed on the 26th of March 2021 at the op...
Project name
Petit à petit l’oiseau fait son nid
Architecture firm
C.Reality
Location
O’West 6th Of October, Cairo, Egypt
Photography
Mohamed El-Gammal