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The rebirth of Villa Hatvany-Lónyay. The villa that was originally designed by Miklós Ybl and built on the Ottoman-age Golden Bastion has been entirely renewed. After the Hatvany-Lónyay era the SS used the building as a casino but later it was completely demolished in a bombing raid.
Project name
Villa Hatvany-Lónyay
Architecture firm
BORD Architectural Studio
Location
Buda Castle, Budapest, Hungary
Photography
Tamás Bujnovszky
On the Hauptstrasse in Berlin Schöneberg GRAFT revitalized the historical post office premises, expanding it with two new buildings and converting the original rooftops for commercial purposes. Thus a 32,000m² modern ensemble accessible to the public was created comprising offices, restaurants, retail outlets and apartments.
Project name
BRICKS
Architecture firm
GRAFT
Location
Berlin, Germany
Photography
BTTR GmbH, Trockland / Noam Rosenthal
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
MVRDV has begun construction on Shenzhen Terraces, a mixed-use project that forms the core of the thriving university neighbourhood in Shenzhen’s Longgang District. The project comprises a stack of accessible plates containing the buildings’ programme, where all communication takes place on the shaded terraces to maximise public life.
Project name
Shenzhen Terraces
Architecture firm
MVRDV
Location
Shenzhen, China
Photography
© Atchain, Copyright: MVRDV 2018 – (Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries)
ARHINGinženjering: House of Olives is a building intended for the Association of Olive Growers of Montenegro as an administrative and educational center. It is also conceived as a meeting place for tourists and devotees of olive fruit products.
Project name
House of Olives
Architecture firm
ARHINGinženjering
Location
Old City of Bar, Montenegro
Photography
Lazar Pejović
Located at Yangnam intersection, the 300m² site had a severely irregular shape as it had a strong corner of about 45 degrees to the roadside and five vertices. The physical scale within the legally permitted limits was reviewed, but it had a smaller height limit compared to the surrounding building
Project name
ARIM TOWER
Architecture firm
Pilotis Architects
Location
81-5, Yeongdeungpo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Photography
Namsun Lee
Studio Ardete: Located in sec-82 Mohali, a grooming industrial area, this project is a commercial building owning a major focus on being leased out for offices or display centres in the corporate arena.
Project name
Never Never Cube
Architecture firm
Studio Ardete
Location
Sec -82 Mohali, Punjab, India
Photography
Purnesh Dev Nikhanj
Focus Hangzhou, a new landmark at the heart of Hangzhou. Aedas, SWA, BPI and CAADI were specially invited to design the architecture, landscape, lighting and interior of Focus Hangzhou, respectively, to jointly create a landmark complex, one of the landmarks for the 2022 Olympic Games, and a new name card of Hangzhou.
Project name
Focus Hangzhou
Architecture firm
Aedas
Location
Hangzhou, China
Photography
Hangzhou Zhehong Real Estate Co. Ltd