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LE DOME WINERY, FRANCE FOSTER + PARTNERS


Foster + Partners have reveled their vision for the Le Dome winery in Saint-Emilion. Nestled in the hills of Bordeaux, the design aims to blend with the UNESCO World Heritage Cultural Landscape of the region. The circular-plan building, which sits at the end of a tree-lined avenue, has a form rooted in a “desire to create a structure that simultaneously looks both inwards and outwards,” said the architects. It provides an efficient space for wine production “while engaging in dialogue with the surrounding landscape.” The upper level forms the social heart of the building, with tasting tables and entertainment spaces – all wrapped by 360-degree views of the adjoining vineyards.


ENRICO FERMI SCHOOL, ITALY BDR BUREAU


BEIJING DAXING INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, CHINA ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, Beijing Daxing is a new international airport in the Daxing district, 46 km south of the city centre. Initially serving 45 million passengers per year, Beijing Daxing will accommodate 72 million travellers by 2025 and is planned for further expansion to serve up to 100 million passengers. The airport’s 700,000 m² passenger terminal includes an 80,000 m² ground transportation centre offering direct connections to Beijing. Echoing principles within traditional Chinese architecture that organise interconnected spaces around a central courtyard. Six flowing forms within the terminal’s vaulted roof reach to the ground to support the structure and bring natural light in, directing all passengers towards the central courtyard. Natural light also enters the terminal via a network of linear skylights that provide an “intuitive system of navigation throughout the building,” said ZHA.


Architectural firm BDR bureau have completed the transformation of the new Enrico Fermi School in Turin. The existing school building, built in the 1960s, has been extended and functionally rethought. A new steel structure “creates an inhabited envelope where the terraces are an integral part of the teaching programme, embraces new connective spaces and works as a passive shield,” said the architects. The ground floor is designed as a civic centre, where the different functions are gathered in the atrium, directly connected with the garden and the two entrances. On the two upper floors, the atrium accommodates recreational and collective spaces, and educational activities are organised in clusters.


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