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CATON FLATS, USA MAGNUSSON


of retail space on the ground floor, but will also add 255 new units of much needed affordable housing to the area. An additional 10,000 ft2


will be designated for retail space, a shared commercial kitchen for use by start-up food businesses, and flexible community space.


Magnusson Architecture + Planning (MAP) recently announced the ground-breaking for the expansive redevelopment of what is currently the Flatbush Caton Market in Brooklyn. The project, called Caton Flats, will invigorate the predominantly Caribbean American neighbourhood with improved facilities for local vendors. The new development will not only enlarge the market by contributing over 16,000 ft2


SHANGHAI ITC, CHINA LEAD8


CLERMONT-FERRAND METROPOLITAN AREA LIBRARY, FRANCE STANTON WILLIAMS


Stanton Williams has been appointed to design Clermont-Ferrand’s new library, in collaboration with local practice Marcillon Thuillier Architectes, after an international design competition. The winning design was chosen over proposals by four other practices. Conceived both as a major new library and as a social and creative hub in the heart of Clermont-Ferrand, the new 11,500 m2


Metropolitan Library will be the


largest in the Clermont Auvergne region of central France. Stanton Williams’ concept reimagines the 17th century Hôtel-Dieu hospital building and garden as the new shared home for the Metropolitan Library and its collections. At its heart will be a double height, light-filled central forum, “inserted as a giant glass jewel box” into the horseshoe shape of the existing building. The project will employ passive cooling strategies and will include locally sourced volcanic stone and a timber engineered structure.


Lead8 has unveiled its design for the high-profile Shanghai ITC mixed-use destination being by Sun Hung Kai Properties. Currently one of the largest sites under development in Shanghai’s city centre, the Shanghai ITC scheme is a “mega integrated” development combining four plots of land. The project will include grade-A offices, a premium retail mall and a luxury hotel, all with direct access to the Xujiahui metro station where five lines converge. Integrating the large-scale destination into the existing urban fabric of the busy district is a series of elevated footbridges being designed by Lead8. The exciting mixed-use development is being constructed in phases with completion expected by late 2023.


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