SEOUL – Built from 200 shipping containers over a 5300-sq-m area, Common Ground is the world’s largest retail platform made of container modules.
LEEDS – ACME gives a nod towards local history with a modern twist on the classic Victorian arcades in a vibrant city centre in the United Kingdom.
MIURA – A recent renovation in a Japanese coastal village might result in culinary superlatives.
PARIS – A sustainable development by Atelier Du Pont and Jean Bocabeille Architects is uprooting the outskirts of Paris for a new landscape.
MONTPELLIER – Inspired by Mediterranean iconography, a Paris firm contributes a multi-purpose complex to the development of France's fastest growing city.
HONG KONG – Handcrafted, ornate umbrellas presented within lavish glass displays characterise the façade of what appears to be a high-end store.
MOUANS-SARTOUX – Located in a medieval town in the south-eastern corner of France, a social housing complex brings a contemporary edge to the historic area.
PARIS – A large-scale urban renewal project in Paris is nearing completion with various architecture firms collaborating on the renovation.
SHANGHAI – A new mixed-use development adopts prevalent design in the traditional Shanghai streetscape.
PARIS – Ameller, Dubois et Associés has created a market hall with an environmentally and aesthetically sensitive design.
THE HAGUE – Bernard Tschumi was chosen by the developer due to his ‘continued interest in urban spaces and his ability to create iconic architecture’.
BURGUNDY – Designed by a Parisian firm for a Burgundian client, this wine-tasting pavilion overlooks the rolling hills of the Rhône valley.
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