This is the most sustainable transformed office building in the Netherlands of the Dutch Charity Lotery. The building has now become iconic, because of the striking foliage roof developed by Hunter Douglas. In addition to the aesthetic characteristics of this architecture, the foliage roof also has high-quality technical innovations. Read the full story #ceilings #ceiling #architecture #custom #hunterdouglas
Gallery of Parque Toreo / Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos - 8
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Cuningham Group Architecture and MOA Architecture have designed the new Pathways Innovation Center and Roosevelt High School located in Casper, Wyoming. Opened in August 2016 in […]
Goede Doelen Loterijen & Dutch Charity Lotteries Head Offices / Benthem Crouwel Architects
Completed in 2018 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Images by Jannes Linders. Benthem Crouwel Architects transformed an empty, neglected office building in Amsterdam South into a high quality, inspiring and sustainable office...
Norman Foster Reasserts Belief in Thames Estuary Airport
In response to the UK Airports Commission's call for evidence, Foster + Partners has released a detailed feasibility ...
Sticks and Stones and all that Matter
Hylas: You were represented in last night’s conversation, as one who maintained the most extravagant opinion that ever entered into the mind of man, that is, that there is no such thing as material substance in the world.Philonous: That there is no such thing as what philosophers call material...
Saint-Denis Pleyel Emblematic Train Station (on going)
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From a plectrum-shaped bus station roof that keeps the sun out to a radio-controlled roof window that automatically shuts out the rain. Plus, all manner of roofing products whatever the weather