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AMSTELDOK, AMSTERDAM BDG ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN


BDG architecture + design have won the FX Awards Project of the Year by a UK-based studio for Amsteldok, a new Amsterdam campus for WPP. The previously vacant Rivierstaete building (as it was formerly known) has been transformed from a large traditional office building into a 19,000 m2


workplace that supports the 1,500


people that work in it. Preserving the concrete structure has allowed the building’s character to remain while reducing environmental impact. The entire building meets BREEAM Very Good certification standards – featuring rainwater buffering and retention, green roofs, advanced daylight system control, advanced climate system control and a class A energy rating.


GALLIUM VALLEY SCIENCE PARK, CHINA LWK + PARTNERS


Global architectural practice LWK + Partners has been named ‘Gold Winner for Best Futura Project’ in the MIPIM Asia Awards 2019 for the design of Gallium Valley Science Park in Hangzhou. The park is at the centre of the Cloud Valley technology cluster in Hangzhou, China, and aims to promote the development of e-commerce and the artificial intelligence sector. The project “advocates a new office-park typology that blends greenery and communal spaces in the work environment, encouraging work-life balance,” said the architects. It will house laboratories, co- working spaces, sports facilities, exhibition venues, restaurants and retail outlets to make up an all-round programme for its future users.


GALERIES LAFAYETTE, LUXEMBOURG FOSTER + PARTNERS


The opening ceremony for the Galeries Lafayette store in the centre of Luxembourg was held recently. It is the first building to open as part of a major mixed-use development by Foster + Partners, in collaboration with Tetra Kayser. The building’s floorplates are designed to accommodate a single department on each floor, with escalators rising through the centre topped by a rooflight. The rooflight lets daylight into the heart of the store, while providing “a strong sense of orientation for visitors,” said the architects. A faceted steel structure, set in the landscaped surroundings, envelops a rooftop restaurant and bar, protecting it from the cold winter wind and making the roof garden habitable all year round.


MEIXIHU INTERNATIONAL CULTURE & ARTS CENTRE, CHINA ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


The new Culture & Arts Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects incorporates a contemporary art museum (MICA), an 1,800-seat theatre with supporting facilities, and a multipurpose hall. Providing views of the adjacent Meixi Lake from the city and giving access to the parks and walking trails on the lake’s Festival Island, this ensemble of three separate cultural institutions creates external courtyards where pedestrian routes intersect for outdoor events and sculpture exhibitions. Designed for a variety of performing arts, the Grand Theatre provides all front-of-house functions in “sculpted” lobbies, bars and hospitality suites, as well as the ancillary functions including administration offices, rehearsal studios, backstage logistics, wardrobe and dressing rooms.


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