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AQUATICUM, HUNGARY BORD


Aquaticum Waterpark in Debrecen, Hungary has recently reopened its gates to the public. The complex, which is the latest landmark building in the city park, was designed by BORD Architectural Studio. The architectural concept focuses on the “life-giving aspect of water and the forest environment.” Water and flora appear on both horizontal and vertical surfaces of the spa: the water in the pools, the lawn, the water curtains, the waterfalls, the walls covered by plants. A “rectangular shape made of water sits in the centre, permeated by green surfaces inspired by the surrounding forest,” said the architects. Since the spa’s heating requirement is vast, “it was essential to use ecological energy resources when planning.” The complex’s heating system uses the heat released when the thermal water is cooled for building users’ needs.


AVENIDA CORDOBA 120, BUENOS AIRES FOSTER + PARTNERS


DEPOT BOIJMANS VAN BEUNINGEN, NETHERLANDS MVRDV


Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, a publicly accessible art depot designed by MVRDV, has completed construction. Located in Rotterdam’s Museumpark, the depot features a new type of experience for museum visitors: a “sturdy engine room” where the complete collection of 151,000 objects is made accessible to the public. In addition to the various storage and care areas, the depot has a restaurant and a rooftop forest at a height of 35 metres. Comprising 6,609 m2


of glass subdivided into 1,664 mirrored


panels, its reflective facade “wears the trappings of whatever surrounds it: people passing by, Museumpark’s leafy grounds, the clouds, and Rotterdam’s dynamic city skyline,” said the architects.


Construction on Avenida Cordoba 120 has begun. The 35-storey office tower, located at a key junction between Buenos Aires’ old city and the main entrance to Puerto Madero – the harbour area, will be a sustainable addition to the city’s central district. The triangular form of the building maximises views towards the Rio de la Plata and towards the dense city centre, while the lift core located along the southern facade enables large, flexible and spacious floorplans. Seventy per cent of the ground plan is open public space in the form of a garden that continues below the building, which is raised above a cafe nestled within the landscape. The design targets a LEED Gold rating, cementing its sustainable credentials.


ADF NOVEMBER 2020


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