Posts tagged as 'Foster + Partners'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.07.2014 - Tagged as: Foster + Partners
Imperial War Museum First World War Galleries by Foster + Partners, photo: Nigel Young, Foster + Partners
The first phase of a long-term major transformation at the Imperial War Museum in London has been unveiled. The new galleries, centred on a new atrium designed by Foster + Partners, are part of the commemoration of the centenary of the First World War.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.03.2014 - Tagged as: Foster + Partners
Great Court at the British Museum by Foster + Partners, photo: Globe Creative
‘Foster + Partners: The Art of Architecture’ is a touring exhibition of the practice’s work arranged around the themes of infrastructure, high-rise, urban design, history and culture.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.09.2013 - Tagged as: Foster + Partners
Atrium Champagne Bar by Foster + Partners, image courtesy Restaurant & Bar Design Awards
Foster + Partners’ design for the Atrium Champagne Bar at London’s ME Hotel has won the top award for bar design at the 2013 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards.
‘Teso’ low table by Foster+Partners for Molteni & C
A low table design by architects Foster+Partners for Italian design brand Molteni & C uses an exclusive technology to create a highly unusually shaped table. The ‘Teso’ table is formed by a robotic arm, which is used to press and twist a perforated disc of steel into a tough, tapered cylinder.
The tallest bridge in the world - Norman Foster's Millau Viaduct; photo by Valentin Alvarez
While he is the man behind some of the most iconic landmarks of 21st-century architecture: the breathtaking Millau Viaduct in France, London’s The Gherkin, Beijing Airport, the pioneering zero-carbon, zero-waste Masterplan for Masdar City in Abu Dhabi or the just-unveiled £50bn Thames Hub project, Norman Foster, alike many of his confrères, is known to be a very private person. Recently however, we were all given a rare glimpse into the half-century-long career of this Pritzker Architecture Prize-winning architect, thanks to the beautifully shot and hugely inspiring feature-length documentary, How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr. Foster?. (more…)
Stadsbiblioteket Stockholm by Gunnar Asplund, 1928
The development of writing in ancient Egypt also gave rise to the first libraries as places of storage for these witnesses to a new, revolutionary cultural technology. However, the library was not just a collection of cultural treasures but also a place where the entire knowledge of the state was concentrated, a central collection of important information. (more…)
Foster + Partners' showpiece stadium for Qatar’s 2022 World Cup bid; image © courtesy Foster + Partners
As the cost of hosting major sporting events continues to rise, the need for something positive to be left behind once the fun and games are over becomes ever more vital. Architonic examines past and future events and the differing approaches to planning, designing, adapting and repurposing venues and infrastructure in order to create a medal-winning sporting legacy. (by Alyn Griffiths)
to Alyn Griffiths’ article on Architonic
Posted by Nora Schmidt on 13.12.2010 - Tagged as: Foster + Partners, UK, winery
Faustino Winery by Foster+Patners
You could imagine a bald supervillain called Ernst Stavro Blofeld caressing his white Persian cat and telling a smart Roger Moore his plans of conquering eternal power over the universe – no we are not on a futuristic James Bond film set, we are in the new, giant winery of the Spanish label Faustino, recently completed by Foster+Partners.