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COORSTEK CENTRE, USA BOHLIN CYWINSKI JACKSON


Bohlin Cywinski Jackson in association with Anderson Mason Dale Architects have now completed the new CoorsTek Centre at the Colorado School of Mines. The building’s design employs massing and materiality to connect to the site’s historic context and the surrounding landscape. Its metal and glass facade is vertically punctuated by service cores clad in dark masonry, which help to anchor the building’s entrances. Floating horizontal masonry panels made of the signature pale brick used throughout campus add visual interest and introduce a “forward-looking aesthetic utilising the historical palette,” said the architects. The north west exterior consists of full-height glazing at Level 1, and vertical glass panels and metal fins at Levels 2 and 3.


NORTON MUSEUM OF ART, FLORIDA FOSTER + PARTNERS


LUSAIL STADIUM, QATAR AFL ARCHITECTS


AFL Architects have been announced as the delivery architect on the centrepiece stadium for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, working together with engineers Aurecon. Recently unveiled to the public, the 80,000-seat Lusail Stadium will be the largest venue at the tournament and will host the final as well as opening matches. It has been created to sit at the heart of the new Lusail City development, approximately 15 km from Doha. John Roberts, sports director at AFL Architects said, “The developed design and delivery of Lusail Stadium marks an important milestone for AFL Architects. Following the opening of our Qatar office in 2013, our involvement on this project represents the pinnacle of our international journey so far. Following the appointment, our team has impressed with their relentless dedication and enthusiasm for this world-class project, and we are very happy with the progress on site.”


Foster + Partners have completed the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida. The renovation and expansion has added new galleries and much needed facilities for its visitors, while reinstating the axial arrangement and clarity of circulation of the original 1940s building. The new masterplan restores the logic of the original plan, “reasserting the clarity of the main circulation, balancing the different building heights, and introducing new exhibition galleries and education spaces,” said the studio. The campus now also provides an outdoor setting for the museum’s growing sculpture collection.


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