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Beekman tower in New York, NY, United States

Posted: 06 Mar 2011 09:04 PM PST

Located in New York, NY, United States, Beekman tower was designed by Gehry Partners LLP. New York developer Forest City Ratner and architect Frank Gehry today unveiled a design for a new 76-storey residential tower that will redefine the skyline of Lower Manhattan. The Beekman, as the project is known, will be the tallest residential [...]

Uppingham School Sports Centre in Uppingham, United Kingdom

Posted: 06 Mar 2011 08:51 PM PST

Uppingham School Sports Centre that located in Uppingham, United Kingdom, was designed by ORMS Architecture Design. The new building is twice as large as the School's old sports centre yet will cost less to heat and power. The range of sustainable features includes solar collectors, combined heat & power plant, natural ventilation and rainwater harvesting. [...]

Bunker Arquitectura in Mexico City, Mexico

Posted: 06 Mar 2011 08:13 PM PST

Located in Mexico City, Mexico, Bunker Arquitectura was designed by Bunker Arquitectura. Every new style, movement or tendency denying the validity of the one it is opposed to or the one that it succeeds. Rather than getting tangled in this stale mania of backward thinking, Bunker Arquitectura has taken on the ambitious enterprise of focusing [...]

St. Albans School Marriott Hall in Washington, DC, United States

Posted: 06 Mar 2011 07:57 PM PST

Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, St. Albans School Marriott Hall is located in Washington, DC, United States. The new building itself, known as Marriott Hall, is a three-storey modernist structure that also carefully establishes a familial relationship to the neo-Gothic architecture of the existing campus. Terraced walkways provide places for students to gather [...]

The Bertschi School, Living Science Building in Capitol Hill, United States

Posted: 06 Mar 2011 07:29 PM PST

The Bertschi School, Living Science Building designed by KMD Architects is located in Capitol Hill, United States.  The building collects rainwater and distributes it through an exposed river and a series of pipes in the classroom for educational purposes. The water is collected in separate potable and irrigation cisterns. From there, it can be treated [...]

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