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JST Product Complex, Tsuyama, Okayama prefecture, Japan. Architect: Osamu Morishita. Category: Mixed Use. This brave combination of multiple (and very different) uses is expressed in a confident piece of architecture for a manufacturer owner-occupier. Folded steel plate facades are an innovative feature of the design while sustainability has been designed in from the outset.

Future Projects Commercial - Mixed-Use - JST Product Complex in Tsuyama, Japan - Osamu Morishita Architecct & Associates

Exchange Place in Edinburgh. Contemporary facades of the two major buildings with Pilkington Suncool Optilam™ 70/40 in both facades and laminated glass with blue PVB interlayer in some particular parts of the elevation. In spandrel areas black enamelled glass was applied.

Charles Henshaw have completed two major buildings in the new Exchange Place, including this six storey office development situated in the prime location of Edinburgh’s Central Business District. The curtain wall was made of Pilkington Suncool™

The high-end 52-level Platinum complex earmarked for 245-263 City Road, near the corner of Kings Way, will accommodate one of the world's largest vertical gardens, rising some eight levels above ground level retail space.

The high-end Platinum complex earmarked for City Road, near the corner of Kings Way, will accommodate one of the world's largest vertical gardens, rising some eight levels above ground level retail space.

celosía

_Pragmatic MAnifestO - between blindness and reality!

Arquitectura moderna en Alemania.

Arquitectura moderna en Alemania.

Wohnen in Beton

Wohnen in Beton - kwerfeldein – Magazin für Fotografie

Concrete living Hong Kong and Kowloon by Nick Frank, talented autodidact, who has taught himself how to take pictures since manages to co

Laboratorium voor Infectieziekten, Groningen, The Netherlands by De Zwarte Hond

Laboratory for Infections - Groningen, The Netherlands; photo by Ken Lee via

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letsbuildahome-fr: “ Mark “Telemax” Hanover’s Highest Building ”

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