The forward-thinking, resiliency-minded design of the building and green campus is a hallmark of Solvay's ambitious sustainability objectives
Ester armchair chosen for the historical restaurant Auberge de /'III
The bow tie-shaped National Theatre of Albania designed by Bjarke Ingels Group and Theatre Projects is a 3-in-1 cultural venue tailored to Tirana’s thriving theatre and performance art scene.
“Svart” is the first building to be built after the energy positive Powerhouse standard in a Northern climate. Not only does this new hotel reduce its yearly energy consumption by approximately 85% compared to a modern hotel.
The approximately 30,000-square-metre campus complex will comprise a pair of sustainable, modern buildings that will enliven both the science and greater Oslo community.
West of Muscat, on the coast of Gulf of Oman, a new fish market has taken the stand as a new landmark on the waterfront along the lively corniche in Muttrah. The Snøhetta-designed Muttrah Fish Market is created to serve as a focal point for the community of Muttrah, while simultaneously functioning as a hub for Oman’s thriving fishing industry.
The Treetop Experience is a new and unique experience destination. A 600 meter treetop walk connected to a 45 meter tall observation tower creates a unique opportunity to take a walk above the treetops and experience the stunning nature of the preserved forest from another perspective.
At GXN Innovation we are driven by the thought that as architects, we can design living materials and self-sustaining systems.
In Denmark Jasper Morrison is not only known for his Super Normal designs, he is also known for his great passion for Danish design. In 2011 he sat up an exhibition at Design Museum Denmark and named it: “Danish Design – I like it”