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EMEA HQ, THE NETHERLANDS ASICS CORPORATION


ASICS has opened its new EMEA headquarters designed to reflect its ‘Sound Mind in a Sound Body’ philosophy. The new office in Greater Amsterdam has been designed to encourage movement and reduce stress through the use of space, light and natural materials and through fitness and wellbeing facilities. Designed in partnership with CBRE, RED Company and Power House Company, the building has achieved a LEED/WELL Gold Building Standard Certification to ensure a sustainable and healthy environment for all employees. The 11,600 m2


building has


been designed around a central atrium with state- of-the-art digital showrooms to showcase ASICS’ innovation and craftsmanship.


SHANGRI-LA FUZHOU, CHINA LEAD8


AL JANOUB STADIUM, QATAR ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


Inaugurated in May to host the Amir Cup Final of the Qatar Stars national football league, Al Janoub Stadium was the first new stadium commissioned for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) together with Aecom began designing the stadium, along with its new precinct for the city, in March 2013. Given the stadium’s context within the coastal city of Al Wakrah, the client asked that its design reflect the maritime traditions and history of the location, in particular, the traditional boat of the region – the dhow. ZHA responded with a design that incorporates these cultural references in an abstracted manner and combines them with practical responses to the climate, context and the functional requirements of a football stadium. “The abstraction transforms the literal into something new and appropriate for a football stadium; allowing multiple interpretations of these cultural references both in terms of how they are applied and how they are read” said the architect.


Lead8 has been announced a winner at the Asia Pacific Property Awards for its design of the future Shangri-La Mixed-use Development in Fuzhou, China. The future Shangri-La Mixed-use Development in Fuzhou is an exciting undertaking by one of the world’s premier developers, owners and operators of hotel and commercial properties. The scheme will see the smart transformation and expansion of the existing high-end hotel, which completed in 2005, into a mixed-use urban resort combining luxury hotel, business, retail, dining and entertainment. The original hotel will be renovated and interconnected to a new multi-level recreational and retail podium and Grade A office tower, totalling more than 120,000 m2


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