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Waterfalls in New York, United States

Posted: 09 Mar 2011 08:04 PM PST

The Waterfalls designed by Editorial is located in New York, United States.  The project inserts man-made waterfalls, each measuring 90 –120 feet high, at four locations in the East River and New York Harbor. The Waterfalls, which will be visible by land or boat, can be viewed from the Brooklyn Bridge on the Brooklyn Anchorage, [...]

111 Eagle Street in Brisbane, Australia

Posted: 09 Mar 2011 07:55 PM PST

111 Eagle Street  that located in Brisbane, Australia, was designed by Cox Rayner Architects. The 'organic-vertical' structure of the tower was devised as a method of transferring its weight to the edge of the site due to the existence of loading dock and carpark entrance to the wider precinct directly under the site. This strategy [...]

Villa Castle in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Posted: 09 Mar 2011 07:43 PM PST

Located in Groleger arhitekti, Villa Castle was designed by Ljubljana, Slovenia. The previous building hosted under its roof in 1924 was ?ernigoj School of Architecture (The painter Avgust ?ernigoj (1898 – 1985) attended the Bauhaus school in Weimar and became interested in Constructivism). This heritage catalyzed the idea of the "living cell", inspired by the [...]

Zaragoza Airport in Zaragoza, Spain

Posted: 09 Mar 2011 07:34 PM PST

Designed by Vidal y Asociados arquitectos, Zaragoza Airport  is located in Zaragoza, Spain. The building is composed of 11 modules, set in an alternative pattern in such a way that it resembles water movement, appropriate to the airports original purpose. The design stands out for its functionality and responds to three basic principles: flexibility, articulation [...]

110 Queen Street in Glasgow, United Kingdom

Posted: 09 Mar 2011 07:22 PM PST

The 110 Queen Street designed by Holmes is located in Glasgow, United Kingdom.  Holmes has submitted a full planning application, on behalf of Valad Property Group, for a major commercial mixed-use development on 110 Queen Street, Glasgow, Scotland. Located in one of Glasgow’s most important conservation areas, and surrounded by mainly Grade A-listed buildings, the [...]

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