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Norodom Business Tower in Phnom Penh, Cambodia by Aedas

Wednesday, August 16th, 2023

Article source: Aedas

A Sleek Landmark in Phnom Penh’s Skyline

The Norodom Business Tower is a mixed-use tower located in Phnom Penh City, Cambodia. The project is designed to be a Grade-A office with a 5-star hotel, offering more than 10,000 sq m of office space and 226 keys for the hotel, with amenities like function areas, restaurants, a rooftop bar, a rooftop pool, a gym, and a spa.

  • Project: Norodom Business Tower Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • Client: TP Moral Construction & Development Co., Ltd.
  • Design Architect: Aedas
  • GFA: 34,984 sq m
  • Completion Year: 2025


NOGALES PAVILION in Nuevo León, México by Acrónimo

Wednesday, June 21st, 2023

Article source: Acrónimo

This project is for a place to celebrate life with family. To build a space of leisure, a flexible one that can host grand family events but also informal gatherings. We had a big challenge: sort out these different stages on a single architectural plant.

Image Courtesy © Francisco Álvarez

  • Architects: Acrónimo (Hugo Ozuna + Ana Pineda)
  • Location: Nuevo León, México
  • Collaborators: Juan José Espinosa, Rosa Torres, Laura Guerra
  • Structural Design: Eng. Mario Covarrubias
  • Duration of project: July – November 2022 (5 months)
  • Project Size: 2745 square feet (255 m2)
  • Photography: Francisco Álvarez


The Panda Pavilions Zoo in Chengdu, China by Atelier Ping Jiang | EID Arch

Wednesday, April 12th, 2023

Article source: Atelier Ping Jiang | EID Arch

Chengdu National Giant Panda Research and Breeding Center, the world’s leading research institute on panda preservation, has recently completed a significant campus expansion in a national preservation park near outskirts of Chengdu, China. Designed by Ping Jiang, FAIA, of Atelier Ping Jiang | EID Arch, a group of four panda pavilions has been newly open to public after experiencing some delay due to the Covid-19 pandemic. These pavilions are built to become the research lab to house and study the pandas’ behaviors and activities. It also serves the community for educational and recreational purposes, while attracting millions of panda lovers annually to visit the campus.

Image Courtesy © Kuratnik Nikolai

  • Architects: Atelier Ping Jiang | EID Arch
  • Project: The Panda Pavilions Zoo
  • Location: Chengdu, China
  • Photography: Arch-exist photography, Kuratnik Nikolai, XIMUImage, Lei Yang
  • Client: Chengdu Tianfu Greenway Construction Investment Co., Ltd. / Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding
  • Design Team: Michelle Bao, Sean Lu, Shuang Zhang, Xiaoxu Sun, Yunpeng Ma, Chendi He
  • Collaborating Local Design Institute: Chengdu Architectural Design & Research Institute
  • Collaborating Master Planning Consultant: Shanghai Tianhua Planning Co., Ltd., Chapman Taylor
  • Landscape Consultant: Chengdu Landscape Architecture Planning & Design Institute
  • Built Area: 12,809 Sq m
  • Design Principal: Ping Jiang, FAIA


The Pavilion in Australia by ROSS GARDAM

Friday, March 17th, 2023

Article source: ROSS GARDAM

The inspiration behind Pavilion stems from Gardam’s long-standing fascination with Brutalist architecture. In particular, the honesty and monolithic sense of grandeur. The façade is open, expansive and inviting, drawing focus first to the curved entry, followed by the beams which compel people to continue through the interior until arriving at the internal courtyard of the atrium. The atrium, in turn, transitions to the Australian bushland outside.

Image Courtesy © ROSS GARDAM

  • Architects: ROSS GARDAM
  • Project: The Pavilion
  • Location: Australia


Pavilion Z in Ceske Budejovice, The Czech Republic by A8000

Wednesday, January 11th, 2023

Article source: A8000

The design of the reconstruction and extension of Pavilion Z is based on the original shape of the building. It consisted of three increasing blocks, where the smallest one is near the ground and the volume increases and gets heavier towards the top. The A8000 studio, however, builds on it seamlessly. The inspiration for the reconstruction was a plant motif and the process of bonsai breeding. In the same way that a carefully selected portion of the leaves is cut from the plant to achieve a new airy and original look, the architects stripped away the individual period deposits and random layers that were not conducive to the building’s appearance. Parts of the original mass are removed – glazed to give the final effect an airy and elegant appearance.  The original pavilion has been stripped to the bone. The exposed steel skeleton is newly admitted and elevated to the initial principle of the interior.

Image Courtesy © Ondřej Bouška

  • Architects: A8000
  • Project: Pavilion Z
  • Location: Ceske Budejovice, The Czech Republic
  • Photography: Ondřej Bouška
  • Author: Martin Krupauer, Pavel Kvintus, Daniel Jeniště, Petr Hornát
  • Design team: Anežka Vonášková, Jaroslav Kedaj, Zdeněk Fux, Milan Oktabec, Ladislav Krlín
  • Client: Exhibition Centre České Budějovice
  • Cost: 5,8 mil. €
  • Built-up Area: 2400 m²
  • Usable Floor Area: 3200 m²
  • Plot size: 28500 m²
  • Project year: 2019
  • Completion year: 2021


Luuwit Park in Portland, Oregon by Skylab

Monday, November 28th, 2022

Article source: Skylab

Skylab worked alongside Studio and in close collaboration with Portland Parks and Recreation to create this 16-acre, hourglass-shaped park in a northeast Portland neighborhood. The design team developed the park, formerly Beech Park, around an integrated strategy that creates both passive native meadow areas that require limited maintenance as well as areas for intensively active program elements. The neighborhood is a mix of long-term residents and an increasingly diverse population of new residents. The park’s program elements were developed in coordination with area residents through a series of public open houses and meetings with the project’s Design Advisory Group.

Image Courtesy © Stephen Miller

  • Architects: Skylab
  • Project: Luuwit Park
  • Location: Portland, Oregon
  • Photography: Stephen Miller, Brian Dalrymple
  • Principal, Design Architect: Jeff Kovel
  • Principal-in-charge: Brent Grubb
  • Project Director: Jamin AAsum
  • Project Designer: Eddie Peraza Garzon
  • Landscape Architecture: Studio
  • Structural engineering: Peterson Structural


Coral Pavilion in Lagos, Nigeria by cmdesign atelier

Thursday, July 21st, 2022

Article source: cmdesign atelier

This striking, minimal beach pavilion was designed to have a fully indoor/outdoor feel, with the comfort of a living room in a space that is largely open with dramatic views and cooling airflow. It is conceived as a space to gather away from the frenetic energy of Lagos, as it is located on a peninsula accessible only by boat from the core of the city, the clean-lined, elegant space has the feeling being nestled on a remote, natural island yet is still within city limits, serving as a nearby rural outpost for easy day trips.

Image Courtesy © Tolu Sanusi


LAN – 4, ways of inhabiting the vineyard in La Rioja, Spain by oe architect

Thursday, June 2nd, 2022

Article source: oe architect

The short-lived LAN – 4 proposal stood out among several proposals from different countries. For the Festival of Architecture and Design of Logroño, Spain for its Concentrico 06 edition, this winning project arises from the abstraction of the most used figure of wine. Its peculiar and elongated figure with that elegant touch of the glass, creates the concept, a form that is a tribute to the quality and prestige of the wine.

Image Courtesy © Josema Cutillas

  • Architects: oe architect
  • Project: LAN – 4, ways of inhabiting the vineyard
  • Location: La Rioja, Spain
  • Photography: Josema Cutillas, Javier Antón
  • Builded surface: 4,68 m2
  • Construction completion year: 2020


Forest Pavilion, The Forestias in Bangkok, Thailand by Foster + Partners + TK Studio

Monday, April 18th, 2022

Article source: Foster + Partners + TK Studio

Designs for The Forestias– a new residential-led masterplan with a large forest at its heart – have been revealed. Located on the outskirts of Bangkok, the pioneering development addresses the growing disconnect between contemporary city life and family traditions, underpinned by the idea of health and wellbeing. It focusses on the themes of serving the community, promoting multi-generational family co-living and reconnecting with nature, providing a template for healthier and happier urban living in Thailand. The entire development is based on smart city principles, with autonomous vehicles, smart meters and sensor networks.

Image Courtesy © Foster + Partners

  • Architects: Foster + Partners + TK Studio
  • Project: Forest Pavilion, The Forestias
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Client: Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited
  • Design Team: Gerard Evenden, Toby Blunt, Sunphol Sorakul, Ashley Lane, Daniele Sbaraglia, Gonzalo Costa Santolaria, Mariana Castro Baquero, Nithita Fongtanakit, Pedro Ribeiro de Almeida, Eirini Kouka, Oscar Gill, Ruggero Bruno Chialastri, Rachel Khalil, Adrian Coleman, Amaya Gonzalez, Tim Schreiber Sarah Mouawad, Efstathios Damtsas, Joe Paxton, Patricia Troyas, Ryan Gormley, Tadeo Ciaurriz Taberna, Yolanda Leung, Joshua Long, Michael Mitchell, Tiffany Pau, Isabelle Lam, Tom Lobb, Vili Welroos, Hamza Farooq, Jonathan Wren, Ebru Payne, Assawin Choochottavorn


Moon Ra in Vilvoorde, Belgium by Leopold Banchini Architects

Wednesday, March 16th, 2022

Article source: Leopold Banchini Architects

Moon Ra is a vernacular structure built to dance around the fire. The large circular roof embraces the festival goers and offers a temporary shelter for unexpected and wild behavior. Around the fire pit, the absence of a dance floor leaves the bare feet of the dancers in direct contact with the ground. The rotating disc at the top of the hut opens to the moon, sending mysterious smoke signals to the neighboring hyperboloid chimneys. To build this haven, the tectonically recognizable Feathers Stage by Fala Atelier (2019) was disassembled, catalogued and re-constructed. Each element of the previous dance floor takes on a new function and becomes part of a primal transformation.

Image Courtesy © Maxime Delvaux

  • Architects: Leopold Banchini Architects
  • Project: Moon Ra
  • Location: Horst Festival, Vilvoorde, Belgium
  • Photography: Maxime Delvaux
  • Client: Horst Arts & Music Festival
  • Date: 2021
  • Participants of the workshop: Elona Pinto, Emily Jones, Eva Demulder, Fay Zafiropoulou, Hannah Sheerin, Helena Van Looveren, Henryk Gujda, Jasmine Evers, Lorcan Gilligan, Marie Meurice, Paola Falconi, Rebecca van Daalen, Robin Vandenbussche, Shruti Athavale, Yasmine, Elena Homan, Kevin Warnau, Stan Vrebos, Timothe Janssen, Maaie Aghali, Nils Beuten


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