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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


VOLUME ISTANBUL, TURKEY STUDIO VERTEBRA


Volume Istanbul, designed by Studio Vertebra, is located in an area close to the Sabiha Gökçen Airport. The office building, which is a contender for a World Architecture Festival award, is designed as stacked asymmetrical blocks, which maximises the diagonal line altitude limit. The architects used modular solutions to provide “a dynamic structure” by ensuring mass mobility with the tusk tenon of the axles. In turn, this flexibility allows an office structure that can be tailored to the needs of the day. At the same time, moving the landscaping area highlighted in the entrance courtyard to the terraces on the upper floors has allowed the building to ‘breathe’. Unlike closed glass box plazas, Volume Istanbul is an office building with private terraces and green courtyards, which enable interaction and encourage outdoor activity. Ref: 61395


CHANGI AIRPORT T4, SINGAPORE BENOY


Benoy has been appointed design architect, interior and wayfinding designer, and signage designer of a new ‘boutique’ terminal at Changi Airport in Singapore. The 225,000 m2


terminal, T4, has been


described by Benoy as “the future of airport terminal design”and will incorporate “thoughtful, state-of- the-art and user-friendly facilities”. The interiors will be matched with soft furnishings, ambient lighting, bespoke user interface counters, and ergonomic furniture and facilities. A first for Changi Airport, T4 will feature an integrated walk-through retail concept: once through the clearance processes, double-height shop fronts will greet shoppers. According to Benoy, the focal point of the new terminal will be the Central Galleria – a glazed open space separating the airside and landside areas. The design enables departing passengers to stay in visual contact with their friends and family and provides a glimpse of what awaits them in the Transit Lounge. Ref: 70382


SIR JOAN HOTEL, IBIZA JACOB PERES


Sir Joan, the Sir Hotels group’s newest property, has recently opened in Ibiza. Nestled between the Old Town and the Marina, the hotel builds on the free spirited, bohemian past of Ibiza, while creating a luxury social, culinary and design hotspot for the island. Boasting 38 rooms and suites, including a swimming pool lined with cabanas as well as the iconic Japanese restaurant IZAKAYA Asian Kitchen and Bar, Sir Joan features a yacht-inspired decor and continues the brand’s vision of connecting guests to the local neighbourhood and community. Ref: 71434


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