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The Jetty Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy by Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes

Category: Architecture Published on 23 Jul, 2014

Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes has unveiled a new 760-metre long bridge that connects the Normandy coastline to the medieval town of Mont Saint-Michel.

No Wódka concept store in Berlin by Kontent

Category: Architecture Published on 21 Jul, 2014

No Wódka is a concept store designed by Warsaw-based architecture studio Kontent that shows a fine selection of todays’ lively Polish art and design in Berlin.

Bradfield College Greek Theatre by Studio Octopi

Category: Architecture Published on 17 Jul, 2014

London-based practice Studio Octopi has restored a 1,000-seat amphitheater at Bradfield College for its annual productions of ancient Greek theatre.

First World War Galleries by Foster + Partners at IWM London

Category: Architecture Published on 17 Jul, 2014

To commemorate the centenary of the First World War, Foster + Partners unveiled the First World War galleries at London’s Imperial War Museum.

Hyde and Beach Starbucks, San Francisco

Category: Architecture Published on 14 Jul, 2014

Starbucks celebrates San Francisco’s history and attractions with the opening of a new store. Replacing a smaller store in the city’s Fisherman’s Wharf area, a 4,400 square-foot Starbucks opened its doors to the public at Hyde and Beach.

SoundCloud Headquarters by Kinzo Berlin

Category: Architecture Published on 11 Jul, 2014

Architectural firm Kinzo Berlin recently completed the SoundCloud’s new headquarters that rises close to the former Berlin Wall.

Camper Store in Palma de Mallorca by Fernando Amat

Category: Architecture Published on 10 Jul, 2014

Fernando Amat, who realized the first Camper store in 1981, has designed a new boutique for the footwear brand in Palma de Mallorca, inspired by the same pragmatism and the sense of functionality as the first.

Stock Coffee in Niš by Arhitektura Budjevac

Category: Architecture Published on 09 Jul, 2014

Serbian practice Arhitektura Budjevac has created a fresh looking coffee shop in Niš, Serbia, the first one of the future ‘Stock Coffee’ franchise.

Kayanoya Shop by Kengo Kuma

Category: Architecture Published on 03 Jul, 2014

Kengo Kuma has recently completed the interior refurbishment of the Kayanoya Shop in Tokyo, a soy sauce manufacture whose history dates back more than 120 years.

Kings Cross Pedestrian Tunnel with Integrated Lightwall

Category: Architecture Published on 27 Jun, 2014

The Kings Cross Pedestrian Tunnel has been designed by Allies & Morrison architects to form a link between Kings Cross and St. Pancras stations; a route which 100,000 people take per day.

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2014 by Smiljan Radic opens to the public

Category: Architecture Published on 25 Jun, 2014

Chilean architect Smiljan Radić has unveiled his white, translucent Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2014 at Kensington Gardens in London.

Frank Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton set to open in October

Category: Architecture Published on 25 Jun, 2014

The LVMH Group announces the opening to the public on Monday 27 October 2014, of the Fondation Louis Vuitton. The Foundation will be located in a building commissioned by Bernard Arnault, and designed by the American architect Frank Gehry.

Foster + Partners inaugurated the Yacht Club de Monaco

Category: Architecture Published on 24 Jun, 2014

As a centrepiece of the remodelled harbour The Yacht Club de Monaco designed by Foster + Partners has officially opened its doors to the public last week.

Léo Lagrange Stadium by archi5, Toulon

Category: Architecture Published on 24 Jun, 2014

Situated between the Mediterranean Sea and the mountain overlooking Toulon, the Léo Lagrange stadium by archi5 stands on a 8 ha site, limited to cover all the required functions, but with limitless views to the beautiful natural landscape of the French Riviera.

Vitra Slide Tower by Carsten Höller at Vitra Campus

Category: Architecture Published on 20 Jun, 2014

The 30.7-metre-high Vitra Slide Tower by the German artist Carsten Höller provides a new accent on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein.

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