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CONCERT HALL, SWITZERLAND STUDIO SEILERN ARCHITECTS


Designed by Studio Seilern Architects, the new Andermatt Concert Hall, a world-class centre for music which will establish the Swiss Alpine village of Andermatt as an important cultural destination alongside its celebrated sports facilities, will open in June 2019. The new facilities include a new village square – at the heart of which is the new concert hall – plus new hotels, residential and chalet facilities. Christina Seilern commented: “It has been an honour for us to work on this exceptionally unique project. The Andermatt Concert Hall will be a world-class facility set to rival cultural counterparts in Europe’s top capitals, providing Andermatt’s visitors and residents with a new cultural hub right in the heart of the historic village.”


FUTURE TOWERS, INDIA MVRDV


25 KING, AUSTRALIA BATES SMART


Lendlease’s 25 King in Brisbane, designed by Australian architecture and interiors firm Bates Smart, “takes Australia to the forefront of innovation in timber construction design,” commented the practice. The 10-storey, 45-metre tall open-plan office complex is the tallest timber structure in Australia. 25 King heralds a move away from steel and concrete towards the more sustainable resource of timber, with an exposed timber structure beneath the building’s transparent envelope. Raised on massive exposed timber v-columns and with the south facade expressed as a ‘verandah’ of engineered timber, 25 King “covertly references the wooden vernacular of the ‘Queenslander’ building type as well as nodding to the historic pavilions of the Showgrounds district,” said the architects. Internally, the use of an exposed CLT timber slab for ceiling soffits has eradicated the need for a suspended ceiling system.


MVRDV has completed its first project in Pune, India’s eighth largest city and one of the fastest- growing cities in the country. Future Towers provides 1,068 apartments that will house around 5,000 people in one building. Instead of a cluster of freestanding buildings, MVRDV’s response to the brief was a singular “mountainous” structure with peaks and valleys, under which the 1,068 apartments are unified in one building. The courtyards below are linked by four-storey high triangular gates, creating a 500 metre-long walk, and also feature different uses, with some designated for play, and others for sport, garden spaces, and more.


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