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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
Sustainability is a commitment. Ingenhoven Architects celebrate important milestone in their Düsseldorf project.
Project name
Kö-Bogen II (KII)
Architecture firm
Ingenhoven Architects
Location
Düsseldorf, Germany
Photography
Ingenhoven Architects / HGEsch
Grimshaw: The Eden Project endeavours to recognise our country’s heritage of plant exploration while simultaneously looking to the future. This has been successfully achieved through the transformation of a place of relative anonymity into an impressive multi-functional site with visitor experience at its core.
Project name
The Eden Project
Architecture firm
Grimshaw
Location
Cornwall, United Kingdom
Photography
Hufton + Crow
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists): The Jiangyin Greenway belongs to a growing movement in China towards healthy, sustainable transportation and urban enjoyment. Infrastructure of this scale has an opportunity, or more correctly a responsibility, to create meaningful places in the city. It is also seen as an opportunity for Jiangyin to assert it...
Project name
Jiangyin Greenway
Architecture firm
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists)
Location
Jiangyin, Wuxi, Jiangsu province, China
With the weather warming up, it’s finally time to turn your attention to your garden. Gardening can be a great, therapeutic way to become one with nature, but it can be difficult to keep your garden looking its best. If you want to spruce up your vegetable or flower patch, but don’t know how, this list has got you covered.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Marzenna Gaines (cover image), Maria Orlova
Golfing is such an amazing sport, where patience and alertness, tactfulness, and strength constantly mix and intertwine for the ultimate precision and success. Not for everyone, not extremely popular, it remained a sport for a selected group of people of selected interests and characteristics.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
David Mark, John Such (Cover image)
To introduce this meeting of culture, aoe created a Cultural Exchange City Reception Center in the city where it all begun. The marriage of the Italian and Sino style was at the heart of the project to illustrate the cultural mix and was adapted to merge the structure and its surrounding. 
Project name
Sino-Italian Cultural Exchange City Reception Center
Architecture firm
aoe
Location
Chengdu, China
Photography
Arch-exist Photography
The Green Hub: A resilient vision for Thessaloniki by Angeliki Tzifa & Sofia Nikolaidou wins 2nd prize in ALUMIL’s International Architectural Ideas Competition ArXellence 2.
Project name
The Green Hub: A resilient vision for Thessaloniki
Architecture firm
Angeliki Tzifa & Sofia Nikolaidou
Location
Thessaloniki, Greece
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, Autodesk Maya, Lumion, Enscape, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator