Kangaroo Island Air Terminal / Ashley Halliday


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Citroën Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary with the All-Electric Ami One Concept


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                                The French have a long history of designing vehicles one might categorically place within the automotive equivalent of <em>ugly delicious</em> – charming, unconventional, occasionally awkward, evocative, but almost always memorable. <a href="http://www.citroen.com/en/"  rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">Citroën&#8217;s</a> latest vehicle – the <a href="http://www.citroen.com/en/Highlight/79/ami-one-concept-citroen-unveils-its-own-vision-of-urban-mobility-accessible-to-everyone"  rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">Ami One Concept</a> – unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show checks off on all marks as a characteristically French take on urban mobility outfitted for a generation acclimated to on-demand rental vehicles.

The chunky squat profile partnered with its four-spoke 18-inch wheels, symmetrical layout, Orange Mécanique body paint with black trim detailing in sum give the Ami One Concept a ladybug-like affability.

Rear-hinged driver and front-hinged passenger doors give a plethora of options for access and egress.

Designed as a 2-seat, all-electric urban mobility vehicle, the quirky micro machine not only forgoes the combustion engine, but also is designed to be used without a driver’s license as “an alternative to public transport (bus, tramway,

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Monorail station of Amanohashidate view land / Koichi Hankai Architect & Associates


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Boathouse / Buero Wagner


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  • Architects: Buero Wagner
  • Location: 86919 Utting am Ammersee, Germany
  • Category: Renovation
  • Architect In Charge: Fabian A. Wagner
  • Area: 120.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Florian Holzherr
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Hongqiao International Airport T1 Renovation and GTC / ECADI


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Palafolls Bus Stop / MIAS ARCHITECTS


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John F. Kennedy International Airport – Terminal 4 / SOM


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  • Architects: SOM
  • Location: New York, NY, United States
  • Architects In Charge: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
  • Design Partner Emeritus: David Childs
  • Managing Partner: Anthony Vacchione
  • Planner: Derek Moore
  • Area: 1500.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2001
  • Photographs: Douglas Spranger
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LocHal Library / Mecanoo + CIVIC architects + Braaksma & Roos architectenbureau


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  • Restoration Architects: CIVIC architects
  • Architects: CIVIC architects
  • Interiors Designers: Mecanoo
  • Location: Burgemeester Brokxlaan 1000, 5041 AA Tilburg, The Netherlands
  • Interior Concept And Textiles: Inside Outside and TextielMuseum
  • Client: Bibliotheek Midden-Brabant and Kunstloc Brabant
  • Area: 7000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Ossip Architectuurfotografie
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Staff Training Center GCR / AMOO + Mora Sanvisens Arquitectes


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  • Architects: AMOO, Mora Sanvisens Arquitectes
  • Location: Sabadell Rambla Station – c. of the Republic 1 (A), Sabadell, Spain
  • Client: Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya
  • Area: 607.1 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: José Hevia

© José Hevia

© José Hevia

Text description provided by the architects. The new Staff Training Center of the Generalitat de Catalunya Railways (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya) emerges from the idea of reusing the old Sabadell-Rambla station, recently shut down due to the opening of the new branch that extends and renews the line in 4 stops (Can Feu, Plaça Major, Creu Alta and Parc del Nord). This intervention must be a European benchmark in the training of the railway personnel.


Axo 02

Axo 02

Although the classroom will be developed on the railway tracks, the project wants to take into account the relationship with the city. The closure of the facilities, which took

© José Hevia
© José Hevia
Axo 01
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© José Hevia
© José Hevia

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Staff Training Center GCR / AMOO + Mora Sanvisens Arquitectes


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© José Hevia

  • Architects: AMOO, Mora Sanvisens Arquitectes
  • Location: Sabadell Rambla Station – c. of the Republic 1 (A), Sabadell, Spain
  • Client: Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya
  • Area: 607.1 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: José Hevia

© José Hevia

© José Hevia

Text description provided by the architects. The new Staff Training Center of the Generalitat de Catalunya Railways (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya) emerges from the idea of reusing the old Sabadell-Rambla station, recently shut down due to the opening of the new branch that extends and renews the line in 4 stops (Can Feu, Plaça Major, Creu Alta and Parc del Nord). This intervention must be a European benchmark in the training of the railway personnel.


Axo 02

Axo 02

Although the classroom will be developed on the railway tracks, the project wants to take into account the relationship with the city. The closure of the facilities, which took

© José Hevia
© José Hevia
Axo 01
© José Hevia
© José Hevia
© José Hevia

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‘Las Matas’ Rail Maintenance Base / Estudio Astiz


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© Fernando Alda

  • Construction: Retineo S.L.
  • Structural Calculation: Estudio Astiz

© Fernando Alda

© Fernando Alda

Text description provided by the architects. A number of buildings are distributed along the whole railroad network to furnish a space for staying, a “base camp” for tracks and infrastructure maintenance staff.


© Fernando Alda

© Fernando Alda

Plan

Plan

© Fernando Alda

© Fernando Alda

As the challenge is to develop a dismountable building whose location may change with time, it is considered indispensable to go to an autocratic or hermetic approach to minimize the dependencies of the building with respect to the environment. Moreover, as the building is to be located very close to the railroad tracks, the noise contamination and the state of abandonment of the available terrain because it is inside a railroad zone, the building has

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© Fernando Alda
© Fernando Alda
© Fernando Alda

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Dubuque Intermodal Transportation Center / Neumann Monson Architects


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  • Contractor: Conlon Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Rich & Associates
  • Mep Engineering : Design Engineers
  • Civil Engineer: IIW
  • Landscape Architect: Flenker Landscape Architecture
  • Parking Consultant: Rich & Associates

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© Integrated Studio

Text description provided by the architects. Situated within the Historic Millwork District, which is bordered between a state highway and the edge of downtown, this intermodal transportation center aims to regenerate the historic district with Local, Federal and State funded infrastructure. It is capable of accommodating a potential future passenger train connecting to Chicago and Minneapolis. Three components make up this campus: a structured parking garage for 292 vehicles (with an eventual expansion to 450 vehicles), an overhead walkway, and the terminal building which provides ticketing for both local and interstate bus services, transit office space, and public restrooms

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Hsinchu Bus Terminal / KRIS YAO | ARTECH


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© Jeffrey Cheng

  • Architects: KRIS YAO | ARTECH
  • Location: Hsinchu Bus Terminal, XinZhu, Taiwan
  • Lead Architects: Kris Yao
  • Project Principle: Glen Lu
  • Design Team: Albert Liu, Pei-Ying Jiang, Roy Sung, Jess Chi
  • Area: 1462.54 m2
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Jeffrey Cheng, Kyle Yu
  • Structural Consultants: Federal Engineering Consultant, Inc.
  • Mep& Fire Protection & Hvac Consultants: Majestic Engineering Consultants Inc.
  • Measurement: Grand Ages Surveying Consultants Company Limited
  • Foundation: Jia-mao Construction Co., Ltd.
  • Contractor: Longfong Group
  • Building Structure: Reinforced Concrete
  • Materials: Architectural Concrete, Perforated Aluminum Panel, Glass
  • Construction Inspection Team: Sony Pan, Chien-Liang Chen
  • Building Use: Station

Arial View. Image © Jeffrey Cheng

Arial View. Image © Jeffrey Cheng

Text description provided by the architects. In order to relieve congestion of traffic and to enhance new urban development of the “back side” of the old Hsinchu Train Station, the City decided to move the Bus Terminal to this new location on the back of the

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Facade Detail. Image © Jeffrey Cheng
1F Plan
Stair Detail. Image © Jeffrey Cheng
Parking. Image © Jeffrey Cheng
Facade Detail. Image © Jeffrey Cheng

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The Tesla of Electric Motorcycles: The Arc Vector


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                                                <a href="https://design-milk.com/arc-vector-electric-bike/arc-vector-motorcycle-2/" data-wpel-link="internal"><img src="https://design-milk.com/images/2018/12/Arc-Vector-motorcycle-2-810x456.jpg" alt="The Tesla of Electric Motorcycles: The Arc Vector" /></a>
                                Futurists in the mobility sector have a fondness for imagining the decades moving forward navigated upon electrically powered <a href="https://design-milk.com/bmw-motorrad-vision-next-100-motorcycling-might-look-like-100-years/"  rel="noopener" data-wpel-link="internal">two-wheels</a> (and for a great deal of the world, <a href="https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/11/16/1653136/0/en/Electric-Scooters-Global-Market-Size-Share-Trends-2018-2025-Government-Initiatives-Encouraging-the-Adoption-of-Green-Vehicles-is-Driving-Growth.html"  rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">it&#8217;s already happening</a>). Electric bike brand <a href="https://arcvehicle.com/"  rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">Arc</a> takes the vision and makes it a reality, engineering a riding experience with a technologically intimate connection between rider and machine.

Launched in Milan at the EICMA Motorcycle show last month, the Arc Vector purports to be the most advanced electric bike in the world, integrating a combination of smart technologies into what the British company calls its Human Machine Interface. The Arc Vector electric engine is good for 133bhp and 292ft/lbs of torque, resulting in 0-60 acceleration numbers of just 3.1 seconds.

But electric bikes are numerous these days, even wickedly fast two-wheelers like the Vector. What makes the Arc Vector most notable is the inclusion of the “Origin” rider jacket, a protective rider’s layer

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Storberget Viewpoint and Rest Stop Area / Pushak


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© Archtic Drone & Photography

  • Client: National Tourist Routes

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Courtesy of PUSHAK

Text description provided by the architects. The National Tourist Routes are a selection of roads that stretch through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Norway and are developed and managed by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration. Several rest stops and viewpoints are established along the routes, either to highlight specific sights and outlooks or to mark a point of departure for hiking in the landscape. There is an expressed intention of achieving high architectural quality through-out the tourist route project, and several Norwegian architects have been involved in the various designs.


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© Archtic Drone & Photography

Situation Plan

Situation Plan

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© Archtic Drone & Photography

The viewpoint at Storberget marks the start of the 66-km-long National Tourist Route Havøysund, a road stretch where PUSHAK also have

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Courtesy of PUSHAK
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Passenger Clearance Building / RSHP + Aedas


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© Kerun Ip

  • Architects: Aedas, RSHP
  • Location: Hong Kong
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Kerun Ip

© Kerun Ip

© Kerun Ip

Text description provided by the architects. The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge provides new strategic connections between Zhuhai, Macao and Hong Kong. The bridge will foster the flow of people, goods, capital and information and improve the overall connectivity of the Greater Bay Area. The bridge improves transport connectivity within the Greater Bay Area, and greatly reduces travelling time between Hong Kong and other Greater Bay Area cities.


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© Kerun Ip

Location

Location

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© Kerun Ip

The PCB is built on a new 150-hectare artificial island reclaimed from the open waters to the north-east of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) and will benefit from the proximity to the HKIA’s transport links, including the SkyPier Ferry Terminal, and the MTR’s Airport Express and Tung Chung line. It is the new crossing point over the boundary

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Coralville Intermodal Facility / Neumann Monson Architects


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  • Contractor: Knutson Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Raker Rhodes Engineering (terminal); Rich and Associates (ramp)
  • Mep Engineer: Design Engineers
  • Civil Engineer: Shive Hattery
  • Landscape Architect: Flenker Land Architects
  • Ramp : 145,738 ft2

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© Integrated Studio

Text description provided by the architects. The Intermodal Transit Facility provides a vibrant regional node for this mixed-used district’s commuter transportation network. Located on a former brownfield site in Coralville, Iowa, the project contributes essential momentum for growth of the community’s hospitality, conference, healthcare, office, retail, and residential developments.


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© Integrated Studio

The facility comprises two components; a parking structure and a bus terminal. It anchors a university hospital bus network, serves as an interchange and transfer point for the city’s transit, and provides a stop for regional express bus service between Omaha and

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Coralville Intermodal Facility / Neumann Monson Architects


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  • Contractor: Knutson Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Raker Rhodes Engineering (terminal); Rich and Associates (ramp)
  • Mep Engineer: Design Engineers
  • Civil Engineer: Shive Hattery
  • Landscape Architect: Flenker Land Architects
  • Ramp : 145,738 ft2

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© Integrated Studio

Text description provided by the architects. The Intermodal Transit Facility provides a vibrant regional node for this mixed-used district’s commuter transportation network. Located on a former brownfield site in Coralville, Iowa, the project contributes essential momentum for growth of the community’s hospitality, conference, healthcare, office, retail, and residential developments.


© Integrated Studio

© Integrated Studio

The facility comprises two components; a parking structure and a bus terminal. It anchors a university hospital bus network, serves as an interchange and transfer point for the city’s transit, and provides a stop for regional express bus service between Omaha and

Axon
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© Integrated Studio
Floorplan
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Coralville Intermodal Facility / Neumann Monson Architects


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  • Contractor: Knutson Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Raker Rhodes Engineering (terminal); Rich and Associates (ramp)
  • Mep Engineer: Design Engineers
  • Civil Engineer: Shive Hattery
  • Landscape Architect: Flenker Land Architects
  • Ramp : 145,738 ft2

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© Integrated Studio

Text description provided by the architects. The Intermodal Transit Facility provides a vibrant regional node for this mixed-used district’s commuter transportation network. Located on a former brownfield site in Coralville, Iowa, the project contributes essential momentum for growth of the community’s hospitality, conference, healthcare, office, retail, and residential developments.


© Integrated Studio

© Integrated Studio

The facility comprises two components; a parking structure and a bus terminal. It anchors a university hospital bus network, serves as an interchange and transfer point for the city’s transit, and provides a stop for regional express bus service between Omaha and

Axon
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Krekke Rest Stop Area / Pushak + Lala Tøyen


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© Ivan Brodey

  • Service Facilities Area: 105 m2
  • Parking Area: 530 m2

© Ivan Brodey

© Ivan Brodey

© Ivan Brodey

© Ivan Brodey

Text description provided by the architects. Krekke is a place to stop for a rest along the main road through Gudbrandsdalen, but it’s also a park area for the local community of Fåvang, Ringebu. The service functions are placed inside an embankment that works as a noise barrier between the park and the highway. Daylight is admitted down to a protected sitting area inside the embankment through a prism-shaped skylight, which protrudes from the top of the barrier as a signal to passers-by.


Situation Plan

Situation Plan

The park and recreational areas slope from the embankment down toward the river Gudbrandsdalslågen, and a path – a ‘desire line’ – lined with light poles leads directly from the

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© Ivan Brodey
© Ivan Brodey
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