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Bowdoin College Museum of Art in Brunswick, United States

July 8, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Bowdoin College Museum of Art in Brunswick, United States

Bowdoin College Museum of Art that located in Brunswick, United States, was designed by Machado and Silvetti Associates. Completed in 2007, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art renovation and expansion addresses necessary code and accessibility upgrades, new program needs and incorporates state of the art security and climate control systems to meet current museum standards. A dramatic glass, bronze and... 

TZED (Towards Zero Energy Development) in Banglore, India

June 5, 2010 Filed Under: Sustainable Architecture
TZED (Towards Zero Energy Development) in Banglore, India

TZED (Towards Zero Energy Development) that located in Banglore, India, was designed by Space Matrix Design Consultants Pte Ltd . TZED (Towards Zero Energy Development), a LEED Platinum-rated residential enclave, is a picture perfect ensemble of time, space, contemporary thoughts, revolutionary technology and the best of architectural values. The manifestation of this idea is communicated through spatial... 

Whitney Water Purification Facility and Park by Steven Holl Architects, United States

September 8, 2009 Filed Under: Parks, Public Buildings
Whitney Water Purification Facility and Park by Steven Holl Architects, United States

Located in South Central Connecticut, United States, the Whitney Water Purification Facility and Park (The Haven, CT) was designed by Steven Holl Architects has been chosen as one of the Top Ten Green projects for 2007 by the American Institute of Architects’ Committee on the Environment (AIA/COTE). Throughout the year the facility will be viewed as an exemplar of the standards and goals for sustainable... 

TKTS Booth and the Redevelopment of Father Duffy Square by Perkins Eastman, United States

September 8, 2009 Filed Under: Open Space, Public Buildings, Urban Design
TKTS Booth and the Redevelopment of Father Duffy Square by Perkins Eastman, United States

TKTS Booth and the Redevelopment of Father Duffy Square, an Urban Icon at the Crossroads of the World was designed by architects Perkins Eastman is located in New York, United States. The new TKTS booth and the redevelopment of Father Duffy Square create a new center for Times Square, one of the world’s most popular and iconic destinations. The project began in 1999 with a design competition to re-design... 

University of Michigan by Diamond + Schmitt Architects, United States

September 7, 2009 Filed Under: Education, Public Buildings
University of Michigan by Diamond + Schmitt Architects, United States

This architecture was designed by Diamond and Schmitt Architects, the Computer Science and Engineering building that located in Michigan, United States accommodates faculty offices, research labs, and teaching spaces on the North Campus of the University of Michigan. The building is set into a slope that serves to link the upper level at the north of the site with the lower level some 30 feet below.... 

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