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Showcasing the latest projects from around the world. Visit www.architectsdatafile.co.uk and enter the reference number for more information


JAMEEL ARTS CENTRE, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES SERIE ARCHITECTS


The Jameel Arts Centre is a 10,000 m2 three-


storey multi-disciplinary space designed by UK-based firm Serie Architects. Located at the tip of Dubai’s Culture Village, overlooking the Dubai Creek, the Centre includes more than 1,000 m2 dedicated gallery space, plus a 300 m2


open-


access research centre dedicated to artists and cultural movements of the GCC and wider Arab world. There are also flexible events spaces, a roof terrace (designed for film screenings and events), an outdoor sculpture area, and a cafe, restaurant and bookshop. Landscape architect Anouk Vogel drew inspiration from the desert biome ecosystem for the concept for the various courtyards that punctuate the building. Ref: 38016


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AARHUS SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE DENMARK VARGO NIELSEN PALLE


ZLOTA 44, WARSAW STUDIO LIBESKIND


Studio Libeskind with US-based real estate investment manager Amstar and Polish developer BBI Development S.A. have completed Zlota 44, Europe’s tallest residential building, in the heart of Warsaw. The 52-storey, 192 metre tower faces Stalin’s Palace of Culture and punctuates the Warsaw skyline, with its arching form inspired by the wings of an eagle. The building’s design has been carefully sculpted to follow the path of the sun, and allow for maximum daylight to enter units at all levels and reduce shadows at street-level. It sits among a “dense, historic urban fabric.” At its apex is a multi-level penthouse offering panoramic views of the city. Zlota 44’s glass and aluminum curtain-wall is constructed with a mixture of self-cleaning panelling and triple-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows arranged in an irregular pattern that “animate the surface with a play of light and shadow.” Ref: 95937


Vargo Nielsen Palle has been chosen as one of the winners of the initial “open idea” competition for the Aarhus School of Architecture. The new architecture school will build a bridge between the school and the city, fitted to the scale of the local activities. The site borders the “Green Wedge” of Aarhus, an open landscape reclaimed from industrial uses. The building steps down to meet the scale of this informal environment and is divided into smaller structures within the larger building. The building is scheduled to be completed in 2020. Ref: 34450


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