Danish architect Bjarke Ingels shows just how attractive sustainability can be. His projects include a garbage-burning heat power plant that also functions as a ski slope and a colourful recreation park built in an old railway yard.
A skyscraper with a courtyard? Danish architect Bjarke Ingels has some unusual ideas. He recently won the International Highrise Award for his building Via 57 West in NY. Worth looking up at!
Sustainability and quality of life are essential features of modern architecture. The International Highrise Award honors an innovative skyscraper that combines these aspects in an exemplary way.
The wolf would have to huff and puff forever to blow down Swiss architect Fredy Iseli's recycled paper houses. Fire and earthquake-proof and 12 times lighter than concrete, they even come at a fair price.
Australia's most recognizable building, the Sydney Opera House, is to get a major makeover. The acoustics, once compared to toilet seats, are just one item on the renovation agenda.
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