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INTERNATIONAL FOCUS


Showcasing the latest projects from around the world. For more information visit www.architectsdatafile.co.uk and search using the reference number


OMAN BOTANIC GARDEN, OMAN GRIMSHAW ARCHITECTS / ARUP


Arup, Grimshaw and Haley Sharpe Design (HSD), have collaboratively delivered the engineering, landscaping, architecture and interpretative designs for the Oman Botanic Garden. Covering over 420 hectares, it will be the largest of its kind within the Arabian Peninsula and, it is claimed, in the world. The site chosen for the project is one of only a few locations in the world where the ancient sea bed is still visible after tectonic activity elevated the bed to 100 metres above sea level. Arup and Grimshaw have worked with the existing natural ridges and ravines that traverse the site to design the buildings and walkways within the spectacular undulating landscape. Two of the more sensitive habitats are enclosed within separate biomes to mimic the natural temperature and humidity of the unique external environments. The buildings, along with the garden site, have been designed to achieve the globally recognised sustainable standard, LEED Platinum. Ref: 6467


TEHRAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL 2, IRAN GMW MIMARLIK


HIMLARAND, SWEDEN TENGBOM ARCHITECTS


Tengbom has been commissioned to develop a parallel proposal for a scenic upgrade of the waterfront area of Helsingborg, in south west Sweden. With the Himlarand (English translation – ‘Skyline’) project, a private investor is planning for a new hotel and spa facility, but Tengbom’s proposal also includes a spectacular space for the public. Although the building may appear tall, the vertical block’s efficient arrangement leaves minimal footprint, both on the ground level, as well as in relation to sightlines of the buildings behind it. Natural materials such as wood, stone and glass are all an integral part of the concept and are used for the facade and the interiors alike. Himlarand is competing with two other projects by Swedish Elding Oscarson and Danish Lundgaar & Tranberg. Construction is preliminarily scheduled for 2019. Ref: 8002


Tehran International Airport Terminal 2, designed by GMW Mimarlik, has been selected by the American Architecture Prize 2017 Jury as a winner in the category of Architectural Design/Transportation. Once completed the proposed 175,000 m2


terminal at Tehran


International Airport will serve a total of 26,5 million international and domestic passengers. The simple and yet dynamic form of the proposed terminal clearly expresses the three main functions of an international terminal; the main processing space for the passengers, commercial areas and the airside lounges. Ref: 2828


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