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Da Vinci Residential Tower in Mexico

Posted: 20 Feb 2011 09:16 PM PST

The Da Vinci Residential Tower designed by Pascal Arquitectos is located in Mexico.  This condominium tower includes 38 apartments. The service areas include a multi-purpose room, paddle tennis court, open swimming pool at the roof garden, lounge, SPA with a two lane lap-pool, jacuzzi, restrooms, dressing room, and a balcony with a fantastic view to [...]

IT College, Modern Architecture in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

Posted: 20 Feb 2011 09:06 PM PST

IT College, Modern Architecture that located in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, was designed by KEO International Consultants. The central component of the project is a magnificent transparent atrium connected to glass bridges and open elevated walkways. Cutting through all levels is an impressive 22 meter high 'learning street' which is naturally lit by skylights. [...]

University College Boathouse in Oxford, United Kingdom

Posted: 20 Feb 2011 08:55 PM PST

Located in Oxford, United Kingdom, University College Boathouse was designed by  Belsize Architects were one of four architectural practices invited to submit a proposal to meet the college's requirements for a building which would provide rowing, social and residential facilities. For Belsize Architects, the new boathouse did not need to be as traditional in appearance [...]

TCS House, Stylish new home of Tata Consultancy Services in Mumbai, India

Posted: 20 Feb 2011 08:50 PM PST

Designed by Somaya & Kalappa Consultants Pvt. Ltd, TCS House, Stylish new home of Tata Consultancy Services is located in Mumbai, India. The building was a load-bearing masonry structure with an internal framework of r.c.c and steel. However, it had detoriated considerably over the years and the external walls which were brick, faced with approximately [...]

The Beijing Wheel in Beijing, China

Posted: 20 Feb 2011 08:12 PM PST

Designed by Editorial is located in Beijing, China. The Beijing Great Wheel will stand an extra 73 metres taller at 208 metres (680ft). This height was chosen to celebrate the 2008 Olympics, which opens next August. China is already holder of the “highest wheel” with an earlier effort in the southern city of Nanchang. The [...]

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