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Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland, United States

April 15, 2011 Filed Under: Public Buildings, Religion
Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland, United States

Located in Oakland, United States, Cathedral of Christ the Light was designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. As its name suggests, the Cathedral draws on the tradition of light as a sacred phenomenon. Through its poetic introduction, indirect daylight ennobles modest materials—primarily wood, glass and concrete. With the exception of evening activities, the Cathedral is lit entirely by daylight... 

Dublin T2, Second terminal for Dublin Airport in Ireland

December 9, 2010 Filed Under: Airports, Urban Design
Dublin T2, Second terminal for Dublin Airport in Ireland

Designed by Pascall + Watson, Dublin T2, Second terminal for Dublin Airport is located in Ireland. Dublin Airport’s new second terminal is now up and running, courtesy of architecture practice Pascall+Watson, prime consultant Arup and design engineers Mace. It may be early days for the sleek new building, but it has already scooped a Structural Steel Design Award earlier this year. Spread over 75,000... 

The City of Calgary Water Centre in Calgary, Canada

August 10, 2010 Filed Under: Commercial Building, Office
The City of Calgary Water Centre in Calgary, Canada

The City of Calgary Water Cent that located in Calgary, Canada, was designed by The City of Calgary. Completed in fall 2007, the Water Centre is a new sustainable office building for approximately 800 City of Calgary staff. Re-mediated from an existing 85-acre brownfield site to meet Canadian reclamation guidelines, this building revitalised an important region in Calgary, and sets a new standard for... 

Great River Energy headquarters in Minneapolis, United States

July 30, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Great River Energy headquarters in Minneapolis, United States

Located in Minneapolis, United States, Great River Energy headquarters was designed by Perkins + Will. Work has completed on Great River Energy’s new corporate headquarters in Maple Grove, Minneapolis. The four-storey, 166,000 sq ft building, designed by architects Perkins + Will is located on a 12.5 acre site in Maple Grove’s Arbor Lakes development. The building features a number of the latest... 

Battelle Biological Sciences & Computational Sciences Facilities in Richland, United States

June 11, 2010 Filed Under: Education, Public Buildings
Battelle Biological Sciences & Computational Sciences Facilities in Richland, United States

Designed by KMD Architects, Battelle Biological Sciences & Computational Sciences Facilities is located in Richland, United States. The combined Biological and Computational Science buildings support the Department of Energy’s environmental, national security and fundamental science research. Specifically, staff in the BSF conduct research that aids environmental restoration and human health....