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Architectural projectsHeadquarters of Scott Sports, Givisiez, Switzerland
Scott Sports, known as an innovation leader in the sports industry, has transposed to the new headquarters building located in Givisiez, Switzerland its own mission statement - innovation, technology and design - turning out to be an ultra-modern building working with an innovative system to control heating, ventilation and acoustics,...
Architectural projectsBATTERSEA POWER STATION, London, UK
The 42-acre masterplan for Battersea Power Station has generated investment totaling around £8 billion, making it one of the most significant urban developments in the world. Completion of phase 1 is scheduled for later this year, with the final phase due in 2025. As part of phase 1, the first...
Architectural projectsElbphilharmonie, Hamburg, Germany
The Elbphilharmonie with its impressive glass facade and wave-like rooftop rises up from the former Kaispeicher building, a historic former tea and cocoa warehouse, on the western tip of the HafenCity. It is set to become a new centre of social, cultural and daily life for the people of Hamburg...
Architectural projectsTate Modern Switch House, London, UK
Designed by Swiss architecture studio Herzog & de Meuron, the new extension to the Tate Modern art gallery on London’s South Bank reflects the original power station`s architecture with a brick latticework, yet embodies a radical reinterpretation of this familiar material and thereby adds a truly unique and contemporary addition...
Architectural projectsHungerburg Funicular, Innsbruck, Austria
The new funicular takes passengers straight from Innsbruck city centre to the Hungerburg station. From there the Nordkette cable car continues up to Seegrube that is more than 2,200m high and offers a breathtaking view of the town and a panoramic vista of the Alps.
Architectural projectsLibrary of the Institute of Law, Zurich, Switzerland
Designed and built by the famous architect Santiago Calatrava, the library of the Institute of Law in Zurich was integrated into the courtyard of the original chemistry building, dating from 1909.