Results 6 - 10 of about 19 news and pictures for the tag: Roofs.

111 Eagle Street in Brisbane, Australia

March 10, 2011 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
111 Eagle Street in Brisbane, Australia

111 Eagle Street  that located in Brisbane, Australia, was designed by Cox Rayner Architects. The ‘organic-vertical’ structure of the tower was devised as a method of transferring its weight to the edge of the site due to the existence of loading dock and carpark entrance to the wider precinct directly under the site. This strategy evolved into a distinctive architectural expression that has a... 

Stage East in Toronto, Canada

March 3, 2011 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Stage East in Toronto, Canada

Stage East  that located in Toronto, Canada, was designed by raw design. Two distinct building masses sit on a shared single level volume containing retail on Queen Street and parking entered from Memory Lane to the rear. The site features large amounts of exterior space and the upper units have enormous terraces at 300 sft. The site will also feature innovative landscaping – integrating different... 

Li Ning Corporate HQ in Beijing, China

February 15, 2011 Filed Under: Commercial Building, Office
Li Ning Corporate HQ in Beijing, China

The Li Ning Corporate HQ designed by COX RICHARDSON is located in Beijing, China.  This multi-function complex represents the corporate heart and public face of Li Ning, China’s Number 1 brand for sportswear and sports goods. COX’s design articulates these elements as three distinct building forms – the office building, the sports and exhibition centre and a central atrium functionally linking... 

Cathedral Hill Hospital in San Francisco, United States

January 15, 2011 Filed Under: Commercial Building, Hospital
Cathedral Hill Hospital in San Francisco, United States

The Cathedral Hill Hospital  designed by SmithGroup is located in San Francisco, United States.  A tower and podiums constitute building massing. Hierarchy between the structures create a building silhouette which relates to both the immediate neighbourhood context and the broader urban core. The building skin is primarily metal and glass, supporting a vision of a sophisticated, modern healthcare... 

Hilltop House in Sydney, Australia

December 27, 2010 Filed Under: House, Residential
Hilltop House in Sydney, Australia

The Hilltop House designed by Richard Cole Architecture is located in Sydney, Australia is a small, carefully crafted dwelling on the steep eastern slopes of Pittwater, a beautiful waterway to the north of Sydney. It is surrounded by remnant Spotted Gum Forest and features a magnificent example of this species adjacent to the entrance of the battle-axe block. The compact steel framed house responds... 

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