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CENTRAL HUB, SHARJAH, UAE ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


Following the international competition, ARADA has appointed Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) to design the Central Hub, the centrepiece of Aljada, the developer’s renowned masterplan in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Developed with environmental considerations integrated throughout the masterplan in order to minimise the consumption of resources, the proposal “conceptualises the moment a water droplet strikes the earth’s surface,” said ZHA. The central observation tower is surrounded by vibrant public squares with water features irrigated by recovered and recycled water. Ref: 5452


VILLA SOLAIA WINERY, TUSCANY PIERATTELLI ARCHITETTURE


A new winery is to be built in the heart of Tuscany countryside, near Siena, to house the production of the Villa Solaia firm. The building is described by the architects as “cutting edge but at the same time deeply respectful of the natural scenario,” and carries the signature of the Florentine studio. Entirely subterranean, the winery is designed to blend harmoniously into the winding hills. The structure, made of reinforced concrete, is in fact built inside the hill, but opens up to the surrounding environment through two large windows, from which a superb view of the Tuscan countryside can be enjoyed. The building contrasts organic, soft forms of the landscape with a rigid modular system, permitting “optimal management of spaces”. While the outside of the building is distinguished by its large windows, concrete and exposed metal elements, the interior presents a huge open space in a “basic industrial style”. Ref: 8534


OSLO AIRPORT CITY HAPTIC/NORDIC - OFFICE OF ARCHITECTURE


Norwegian practices Haptic Architects and Nordic - Office of Architecture have unveiled their winning designs for the masterplan of Oslo Airport City, hailed as a new model for a sustainable smart city, located adjacent to Oslo Airport. The four million square metre city is set to be powered entirely by renewable energy, served by electric vehicles, and will take 30 years to build. The scheme is being developed by development vehicle Oslo Airport City. It aims to be the first ‘energy positive’ airport city with the capacity to sell surplus energy to surrounding buildings, communities and cities. It will also be able to provide facilities such as the de-icing of airplanes. Ref: 7685


ESS CAMPUS, LUND, SWEDEN HENNING LARSEN ARCHITECTS / COBE / SLA ARCHITECTS


The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) and the special-purpose vehicle SKR Lager 106 AB have signed a 23-year loan agreement of €30m for the construction of 16 research laboratories and workshops to support what will be the world’s most powerful neutron source yet constructed. Upon completion in 2020, it will provide research opportunities in the fields of life sciences, energy, environmental technology, telecommunications and fundamental physics. Office premises with up to 450 work places and a canteen for 200 people will be built. Ref: 4410


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