Mixed-use Buildings

Galaxy SOHO Beijing-China, the Marvel of Zaha Hadid

Galaxy SOHO is an Urban complex structure. It is the first of two structures planned by Iraqi-British planner Zaha Hadid, alongside Wangjing SOHO. It is located in the southwest corner of Chaoyangmen Bridge in the second ring street of Beijing, China. The complex features highlight a curvilinear plan comprising of four asymmetric constant designs. Certainly, …

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Supertech-Supernova, The (biggest) Mixed-use Development in Noida

Mixed-use development is a kind of metropolitan improvement. Firstly, that mixes private, business, social, institutional, or modern uses, where those capacities are practically coordinated. It is a person on foot arranged and contains components of a live-work-play environment. Therefore, the live-work-play component is absent and the venture isn’t passerby situated. An exemplary illustration of a …

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Moshe Safdie conceptualized Habitat 67 for his master-level academic thesis at McGill University. A former thesis advisor advised Safdie to develop Habitat's master plan for the world fair of Expo 67 at Montreal. Thus, Safdie modified his planning and contemplated his thesis for pavilion design. These plans incorporate colossal detailing and the government in Ottawa praised and sanctioned them. Thus, Safdie won the opportunity to work as a principal architect, despite his youth and professional novelty.

Habitat 67 – Rethinking modularity with Safdie Architects.

Moshe Safdie conceptualized Habitat 67 for his master-level academic thesis at McGill University. A former thesis advisor advised Safdie to develop Habitat’s master plan for the world fair of Expo 67 at Montreal. Thus, Safdie modified his planning and contemplated his thesis for pavilion design. These plans incorporate colossal detailing and the government in Ottawa …

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Re-Coding Smart Building in Damascus, Syria by Reparametrize Studio

Re-Coding Smart Building in Damascus, Syria by Reparametrize Studio

Reparametrize Studio followed their methodology “Re-Coding Post-War Syria” with a new innovation of Re-Coding Smart Building in Damascus, Syria. It is focusing on a moderated damaged building to regenerate a new post-war building system. Project Name: Re-Coding Smart Building – Damascus, SyriaStudio Name: Reparametrize Studio Design Meanwhile, The key design intervention for this existing four-store building was …

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