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NAPOLI AFRAGOLA STATION, ITALY, ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


The first phase of Napoli Afragola Station has been inaugurated. The new rail station at Napoli Afragola is one of southern Italy’s key interchange stations serving four high speed inter-city lines, three inter-regional lines and a local commuter line. Designed as an “urbanised public bridge” connecting the communities on either side of the railway, the station is defined by the circulation routes of passengers, minimising distances for those embarking and alighting at Napoli Afragola as well as passengers connecting to different train services. The design enlarges the public walkway over the eight railway tracks to such a degree that it becomes the station’s main passenger concourse – a bridge housing all the services and facilities for departing, arriving and connecting passengers, with direct access to all platforms below. The station has been constructed as a reinforced concrete base that supports an elevated concourse of steel ribs clad in Corian, with a glazed roof. Ref: 60595


UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, USA FOSTER + PARTNERS


The University of Pennsylvania has announced the construction of a new hospital on Penn Medicine’s West Philadelphia campus designed by Foster + Partners. It will house 500 private patient rooms and 47 operating rooms in a 1.5 million ft2


, 16-storey facility on the former site of Penn Tower. Long term flexibility was incorporated into the design so that patient rooms can be adapted and changed over time with minimal impact on the building fabric. Ref: 65186


MARBLE HOUSE, BANGKOK OPENBOX ARCHITECTS


Openbox Architects’ recent residential design intertwines architecture, interior and landscape in the form of marble effect sculpture. The marble finish is in fact a large scale lightweight wall tile with a marble pattern print. As an external finish applied over a layer of internal brick wall, it also acts as weather cladding, shielding the house from direct sunlight, and the heat of Bangkok summers, thus helping to cool down the interior during the day. Ref: 27513


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