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The Grand Egyptian Museum is a world-class complex of buildings and landscape with one identity, demonstrating the progress, evolution and development of the Egyptian Civilization.
Hermès Workshops in Normandy is the first passive, energy-positive, and low-carbon industrial building in France. The design of the Hermès Workshops’ building is guided by
Creating a vibrant space for social interaction, education, and appreciation of the arts, Studio Gang’s design for the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts transforms the
A campus by SANAA and HQ Architects that will breathe new life in Jerusalem’s historic Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, established in 1906, and
The Istanbul Modern Museum in the historic Beyoğlu district of Istanbul is located on the waterfront of the western bank of the Bosphorus Strait, facing
The Nanjing Vertical Forest intervention is the first of its kind created by Stefano Boeri Architetti in Asia and is located in the Nanjing Pukou District, an area selected to
Esbjerg’s new Maritime Center, also called “The Lantern”, is designed to put the community first. Developed by Snøhetta and WERK Architects following a design competition
“Like a tree, a tower should have roots. It is part of a geography, a terrain, a topography, the soil, a specific geology. As an
The old heritage building of Osmania General Hospital in Hyderabad has represented the identity and character of the city for over a century, but considering its overburdened condition and lack of maintenance, the hospital is in a thrust for demolition by the government which is in favor of a new structure.
The essay titled ‘Beyond the Skyline: Public Utilities and Their Influence on the City’ discusses the most fundamental requirement for the floating population, i.e., adequate public utilities. The persisting utilities are in a desolate condition with inefficient services and infrastructure. Progressing towards a livable Jaipur city, which is inclusive, safe and secure and prioritizes the holistic well-being of its inhabitants; an investment in utilities for the public is imperative. This essay by Simran Gandhi is among the special mentions.