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Vertical City ‘De Rotterdam’ in Rotterdam, Netherlands

Posted: 22 Feb 2011 07:33 PM PST

Vertical City 'De Rotterdam’  that located in Rotterdam, Netherlands, was designed by Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). This building accommodates functions that create a synergetic use of the different facilities by the various occupants. For example, residents can use the fitness and catering facilities, and office users can benefit from the conference and hospitality facilities [...]

Red Apple, Waterfront residential complex in Rotterdam, Netherlands

Posted: 22 Feb 2011 07:25 PM PST

The Red Apple, Waterfront residential complex designed by KCAP Architects & Planners is located in Rotterdam, Netherlands.  It is a residential complex with shops, cafés, restaurants and other activities in the plinth. A portion of the existing construction is integrated into the substructure, which extends to a height of 21 metres. Above this there is [...]

99 Church Street Tower in New York, United States

Posted: 22 Feb 2011 07:17 PM PST

Located in New York, United States, 99 Church Street Tower was designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects. The limestone and cast stone building will house a 175 room Four Seasons Hotel in the first 22 floors with residential units located above. The hotel entrance on Barclay Street will lead visitors into four floors of [...]

Gary Comer Youth Center in Chicago, United States

Posted: 22 Feb 2011 07:11 PM PST

Designed by John Ronan Architects, Gary Comer Youth Center is located in Chicago, United States. The award-winning Gary Comer Youth Center was designed by John Ronan Architects to specifically support the activities of The South Shore Drill Team and programs for children of the neighboring Paul Revere School. Educational and recreational spaces wrap the Drill [...]

Herman Miller in Chippenham, United Kingdom

Posted: 22 Feb 2011 07:01 PM PST

The Herman Miller designed by Gensler is located in Chippenham, United Kingdom.  "Intelligent" building design incorporates passive cooling and other environmental controls within the structure, thus reducing heating requirements and minimising operational costs. Sunlight floods the interior, reducing reliance on artificial lighting, while natural cross ventilation cools the building, fostering well being among staff. The design [...]

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