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KAI TAK, HONG KONG LWK


LWK & Partners (HK) Ltd has won a design competition held by Sun Hung Kai Properties for their new site in the Kai Tak area. LWK will be the design and project architect for the new development. Located in Kai Tak, Southeast Kowloon, the project has a site area of approximately 16,556 m2


. The current scheme


comprises residential towers, a retail podium, and other auxiliary welfare amenities. The retail podium will be connected to the future Kai Tak MTR Station on the Shatin to Central Link and its adjacent sites, providing easy access for residents and visitors alike. Its premium location foretells the project’s tremendous potential to become one of the most successful developments in the area.


RUBLYOVO-ARKHANGELSKOYE SMART CITY, RUSSIA ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


Zaha Hadid Architects working with TPO Pride Architects (Russia) have been selected as one of the consortiums to build the new Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye neighbourhood. It will include new homes for 66,500 residents in addition to new schools, medical clinics, transport infrastructure and shopping districts, as well as new civic and cultural institutions. The neighbourhood will also accommodate 800,000 square metres of office space for Moscow’s growing financial, consulting, legal and auditing sectors. Christos Passas, project director at Zaha Hadid Architects, explained: “Working with specialist teams in Russia and Europe, we developed a people-centric design for a smart interconnected city that brings people together not only through innovative technology but also through organising the public realm; building a community that integrates the natural aspects of the site with principles of openness and inclusivity in high quality architecture suited for the 21st century.”


MÉTROPOLE CENTER, NANTES THIBAUD BABLED ARCHITECTES


Thibaud Babled Architectes Urbanistes has delivered the headquarters of the Nantes Métropole center. The project’s varied programme of architectural and environmental design creates a link between the inner city of Nantes and its periphery. Thibaud Babled Architectes Urbanistes chose to use glass and aluminim to create a cube with high quality, homogeneous facades. The use of glass forms a “hollowed out and luminous” structure whose limits are determined by a ring of prefabricated concrete columns organised around a central atrium covered with a glass roof.


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