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TIGNÉ POINT DEVELOPMENT, MALTA LOM ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN


LOM architecture & design has unveiled its design for a new mixed-use development at Tigné Point in Malta. The scheme consists of a 16-storey residential tower and new retail, food and beverage units. The 13,200 m2


residential


tower is designed to maximise views out towards the island’s capital Valletta, and the Mediterranean Sea. It has a stepped profile to accommodate large penthouse terraces. The south facade has a staggered plan, with large articulated balconies that provide shading. Glass reinforced concrete cladding will be used on the facades to reflect the local limestone and is contrasted with a secondary palette of bronze-coloured zinc balcony edges.


CHU HAI COLLEGE CAMPUS, CHINA ROCCO DESIGN ARCHITECTS


APPLE AVENTURA, MIAMI FOSTER + PARTNERS


Apple Aventura by Foster + Partners, “embodies Miami’s spirit of openness and generosity,” said the architects, bringing people together under an undulating vaulted roof that is reminiscent of the city’s nautical and architectural roots. The materiality and flowing spaces are inspired by the region’s Art Deco buildings, with the new two-level store creating a “dynamic destination that nurtures creativity and innovation”. The glazed facade “blurs the boundary between the interior and exterior,” with the grove of trees and display tables flowing seamlessly into the vast double-height hall, sheltered by the vaulted roof. Made solely from precast elements, its 80 ft long concrete beams span 60 ft between slender steel columns, that are clad with a concrete casing. Between the beams, 20 ft concrete arches span to form a barrel-vaulted ceiling, which is covered by a white fabric on the underside for acoustic attenuation. Inside, a sweeping flight of steps form a generous amphitheater, looking onto the Forum screen. Linking the internal entrance to the plaza below, the steps form the social heart of the store.


Designed by Rocco Design Architects, Chu Hai College is a university campus for 4,000 students shaped by the compact urban condition of Hong Kong. The spatial organisation of the campus maximises density in various ways. Stacked slab blocks accommodating different programs rise vertically, sitting over a podium of communal activities – including lecture halls and a gymnasium/multi-purpose sports centre. A folded vertical Student Boulevard rises to form an elevated street network that weaves together the different blocks and levels into a connected whole. From the Boulevard, students gain free access to a series of sky gardens and roof decks of various scales.


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