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BRAINPORT SMART DISTRICT, HELMOND, THE NETHERLANDS UNSTUDIO


UNStudio has designed the “urban vision” for ‘The Smartest Neighbourhood in the World’, which is currently being developed in Helmond’s Brandevoort District in Helmond. Over the next 10 years the ‘Brainport Smart District’ will develop 1,500 new homes and 12 hectares of business premises. The development will be characterised by the application of the latest technologies and knowledge in order to achieve a sustainable, circular and socially cohesive neighbourhood that benefits from joint energy generation, food production, water management, joint digital data management and revolutionary transport systems. The district “aims to develop a new relationship between buildings and landscape, whereby both strengthen each other qualitatively,” said the architects.


MLK PLAZA, NEW YORK CITY MAGNUSSON


TAINAN XINHUA FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET, TAIWAN MVRDV


MVRDV has broken ground on a new wholesale market for fruit and vegetables in Tainan, Taiwan. With its terraced accessible green roof, the open-air market is an important hub for Tainan’s food supply chain. The Xinhua Market “takes an often prosaic part of the food industry and elevates it into a place for the public to experience food and appreciate views of the landscape,” said the architects. The design comprises a simple, open structure with high undulating ceilings that allow for plenty of natural ventilation, with an undulating terraced green roof that is accessible from its eastern corner, where the terraces step down to ground level. The terraces will house the different products of the area. On one side, a simple four-storey volume punctures the main structure, providing a secondary access to the landscaped roof, the terraces of the roof will each grow a different crop.


Magnusson Architecture + Planning (MAP) has completed MLK Plaza, a 13-storey, 167-unit, affordable residential building in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx. MLK Plaza is one of the first developments to use the new Zoning for Quality Affordability regulation, which allowed for a “rezoning” of the property from manufacturing to residential. MLK Plaza’s exterior design embraces the neighbourhood’s industrial identity with dark grey brick and metal panels. The gold colour of the panels, however, “provides a bright counterpoint to that aesthetic and reflects both the material quality of this housing and the value of its mission,” said the architects. The gold swath at the seventh floor also aligns visually with the adjacent six-storey buildings.


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