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HVB-TOWER, GERMANY HENN ARCHITECTS


“Square, triangle, diamond – these terms alone don’t do justice to the pearl white HI-MACS interior design found in the entrance hall of the HVB-Tower of HypoVereinsbank,” say Munich- based HENN architects. They “made the DNA of the building visible for everyone,’ following the brief by the owner. The HVB-Tower is equipped with an attractive ‘smart working’ concept that meets the bank’s request for flexible and interactive work spaces appropriate to the digital age. HENN converted this listed high-rise building into a sustainable building offering savings in heating energy, electricity and water. Even though the monocoque facade was completely removed and replaced by a double-skin structure, it was possible to preserve parts of the original facade. Ref: 21917


BARANGAROO SOUTH, AUSTRALIA GRANT ASSOCIATES


Grant Associates’ designs for two hectares of public realm at Barangaroo South have been revealed, as the next phase of Sydney’s landmark waterfront development is submitted to planners. Grant Associates aims to integrate Barangaroo South’s stunning waterfront location with a range of public spaces. These will see the former industrial container terminal completely transformed into a pedestrian friendly area with open views across Sydney’s harbour. Designs include Waterman’s Cove and a fully-accessible amphitheatre-style boardwalk on the water. Ref: 58619


OSLO AIRPORT EXPANSION, NORWAY NORDIC-OFFICE OF ARCHITECTURE


Designed by Oslo-based practice Nordic-Office of Architecture, the 115,000 m2 expansion of Oslo Airport


sets new standards in sustainability. The competition-winning design, which uses snow as a coolant, has achieved the world’s first BREEAM ‘Excellent’ sustainability rating for an airport building. The expansion doubles the size of the existing terminal building with the addition of a new, 300 metre-long pier. The multi-disciplinary design team applied a holistic approach to sustainability, including the harvesting of as much on-site energy as possible. Snow from the runways will be collected and stored during winter months in an on-site depot to be used as coolant during the summer.


Passenger comfort and well-being have been key drivers of the design throughout. Artificial lighting is designed only as a minimal supplement to high levels of natural daylight, and can be set to reflect different moods according to weather, season and time of day. The compact layout of the building, transparency and open spaces enhance visual legibility and wayfinding, providing reassurance and peace of mind for travellers. A panoramic window at the north end of the pier, a 300 metre-long skylight and curved glazed windows on both sides open up the view to the surrounding landscape and beyond. Ref: 65474


ADF JUNE 2017


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