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INTERNATIONAL FOCUS


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


TEHRAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT T-2, IRAN


GMW MIMARLIK


One of GMW MIMARLIK’s recent commissions was for the design of the Tehran International Airport T-2. The proposed 175,000 m2


terminal is


designed to serve a total of 26.5 million international and domestic passengers, and the existing terminal will be given over exclusively to “pilgrim traffic”.The simple and yet dynamic form of the proposed terminal presents a strong visual identity that expresses the three main functions of an international terminal; the main processing space for the passengers, commercial areas and the airside lounges. The linear arrangement of spaces within the pier provide flexible use of a total of 28 gates in the terminal. Ref: 86306


KHYAUNG SCHOOL, CAMBODIA WW+P


APPLE ORCHARD ROAD, SINGAPORE FOSTER + PARTNERS


Apple Orchard Road is the first Apple Flagship store in Singapore. The project is another example of the close collaboration between Foster + Partners and the design team at Apple led by chief design officer, Sir Jonathan Ive and Angela Ahrendts, senior vice president of Retail and Online Stores. Its 120 foot (36.5 metre) wide glazed storefront “dematerialises the building’s facade,” say the architects. A thin white canopy cantilevers 25 feet (7.6 metre), drawing the eye towards the interior, while providing shelter from Singapore’s tropical climate. The large stone walls to either side of the interior feature two spectacular curved staircases, hand-carved by Italian artisans from Castagna stone. The staircases “flow” up to the mezzanine floor with integrated handrails which have a tactile and smooth finish. Ref: 82923


A new school in rural Cambodia, designed and built pro bono by Weston Williamson + Partners has officially opened. WW+P has designed a building which is flexible and adaptable to meet current and future needs. What’s said to be an innovative, cost-effective and low maintenance design maximises the use of external and internal spaces, incorporating traditional verandas to enable teaching and play in small groups. Locally available materials have been used throughout. The detailing and arrangement of the brick walls has been carefully considered to maximise cross ventilation while also providing variety and interest to the building. Ref: 50354


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