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ANDERMATT CONCERT HALL, SWITZERLAND


STUDIO SEILERN ARCHITECTS


Designed by Studio Seilern Architects, the Andermatt Concert Hall in Switzerland is said to be the first major purpose-built concert hall in any Alpine ski village. The project transforms an existing underground space that was originally intended for conventions and events for nearby hotels. The architects proposed to lift a large section of the existing roof to double the effective acoustic volume up to 5,340 m3


of Studio Seilern Architects, commented: “This has been a truly fascinating project, where the highest ambitions were set to create a facility aimed at attracting musicians of the highest calibre in this exceptional, light-filled space.”


. Christina Seilern


NANSHAN TECHNOLOGY FINANCE CITY, CHINA FOSTER + PARTNERS


HARAMAIN HIGH SPEED RAILWAY, SAUDI ARABIA FOSTER + PARTNERS


The 450-kilometre high-speed rail link between the major Saudi Arabian cities of Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah and KAEC welcomed passengers for the holy festival of Eid for the first time. The four stations along the route – conceived as gateways to each city – are inspired by the ancient architectural traditions of the region and provide a shaded retreat from the sun while creating a new infrastructural spine for sustainable transport in Saudi Arabia. The stations are built using a modular approach, with design elements that are common to all stations along the route. The steel columns and arches form freestanding structural “trees” that are repeated on a square grid and connect to form a flexible vaulted roof, inspired by the colonnades found in many traditional buildings in the region. The vaults in each station are of a different colour, responding to the identity of the different cities.


Nanshan Technology Finance City in Shenzhen has been completed, the masterplan and complex of buildings was designed by Foster + Partners to establish a new destination for the city and a new benchmark for sustainable architecture in China. The design creates an integrated mixed-use community – unified by a series of ‘ribbons’ that define the routes, landscape and buildings – bringing together offices, a hotel and a dynamic public realm, animated by shops, restaurants and a range of new civic spaces. The practice has also designed seven office towers within the masterplan that are a “striking new addition to the city’s skyline.”


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