Archive for the ‘Proposed Design’ Category
Building: Seoul’s National Assembly Smart Work Center
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Client: South Korean Government
Architect: Haeahn Architecture
Collaborating Architect: H Architects
Landscape Architect: Hyung-seok Lee
AE Interest: Green Roof, Photo voltaic panels, reflected sunlight louvers, public space, innovative office space
Building: Miraflores-Barranco Pedestrian Bridge
Location: Lima, Peru
Expected Completion Date: 2016
Architect: OOIIO Architecture
AE Interests: Design inspired by Peruvian piñatas, crystals, and ancient Incan jewelry. Uses recycled wood. Multipurpose space for gathering or commuting. Angular form.
Coordinates: -12.135176, -77.022986
Location: Cairo, Egypt
Completion: May 2012- TBC
Architect: Heneghan Peng Architects, RMC
Structural Engineer: Arup
MEP: Buro Happold
Landscape Architects: West 8, Sites
Specialist Lighting: Bruce Mau Design
Exhibition Masterplanning: Metaphor
AE Interests: Relates to land features such as the Nile’s pathway through the desert to the Mediterranean.
AE Interests: Callebaut has designed this coral reef inspired building to be a role model for green sustainable architecture in Cairo. A solar roof paneling and facades in the form of fish gills provides shadow in optimal areas in order to decrease mechanical ventilation. LEED gold plus certification.
Building: Cairo Expo City
Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects
Structural Engineer: Buro Happold
Theatre: Theatre Projects Consultants
Lighting: Office for Visual Attraction
Landscape Architect: Gross. Max.
AE Interests: Egyptian landscape such as the Nile delta and hilly topography is used as inspiration to create a flow between curvaceous buildings and waterways.
Building: Stone Towers
Location: Cairo, Egypt
Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects, Newtecnic, Seam Design
Landscape Architect: Gross.Max.
Structural Engineers: Okoplan Strucures, AKT II
MEP: Integrated Consulting Group, Hoare Lea
AE Interests: Geometry of the building allows light to create shadows that highlight the curvature of each tower. A ripple effect is used on the North Edge while a ribboning pattern is used on the South Edge, both elements intertwine by an outdoor delta form.
Building: Camp Nou Renovation
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Architect: In competition
Projected Construction: 2017-2021
Projected Cost: 600 million Euros
AE Interest: Adds 5,000 seats, bringing total to 105,000, canopy covering the stands, steeper first seating tier for better viewing, addition of ice rink and parking lots surrounding stadium, improved restaurants and luxury boxes (suites)