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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


YANGTZE RIVER BRIDGE, CHINA BENOY


Global architectural practice Benoy has been appointed to redevelop a new mixed-use “destination” on the banks of the Yangtze River in Nanjing, China. Working with developer MCC Real Estate Group, Benoy will regenerate a historic ice storage warehouse as part of a wider masterplan for the Yangtze River Bridge area. Situated along the riverfront in Nanjing, building will, said the architects, “be transformed into a unique commercial destination”. Blending past with present, the scheme aims to “evoke the memory of the area’s industrial heritage through a new mixed-use, retail and cultural experience for the community”. Ref: 1396


TELLUS TOWERS, STOCKHOLM GERT WINGÅRDH


520 WEST 28TH, NEW YORK CITY ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


Photographers Hufton+Crow have documented 520 West 28th, Zaha Hadid Architects’ first project in New York City, which completed in 2017. The split levels of the design define varied living spaces and “echo the multiple layers of civic space on 28th Street and the High Line,” said the architects. The levels are expressed within the interlocking chevrons of the steel facade which “carries the spirit of Chelsea’s industrial past”. The facade has been brushed and tinted by hand. The 11-storey building houses 39 residences with 11-foot coffered ceilings, and tailored interiors that incorporate Boffi kitchens by Zaha Hadid Design. Multiple cores give most residences private elevator lobbies, and a wellness level includes spa and 25-yard sky-lit lap pool, sculpture garden, and entertainment suite with IMAX theatre. Ref: 5267


The City Planning Administration of Stockholm has announced a consultation for developing an area around central Telefonplan in Stockholm to provide two towers that will be among the tallest residential buildings in northern Europe. The planned Tellus Towers comprise 78 and 58 stories each and 1,200 homes. If approved, the entire project will consist of about 1,500 homes, plus parks and recreation facilities as well as changes to an existing subway station and a new bus communication hub. The buildings, which also include a seven-storey multi-dwelling unit, have been designed by award-winning architect Gert Wingårdh based on Hong Kong-based architect Gary Chang’s concept of multi-use of space. Ref: 3452


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