Urban architecture

An urban architecture project is the connection point between the urban scale and the architectural scale. The urban project has as its objective the improvement of urban quality, followed by the improvement of the life of those who live in the place. The designer works on the connecting spaces between the architecture and the public urban space in which city life takes place.

Are we alone or united in the city? Urban design as a spark of spontaneous interaction
Are we alone or united in the city? Urban design as a spark of spontaneous interaction

The experience of urban public space should be a response to the human need for relationship. "Dialogue" is the urban furniture designed by designers and artists Coryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik with the intent to bring back the social function of public urban space: to create shared physical experiences

towers and low buildings, top view
New paradigms of urban regeneration. In China between tradition and innovation

Colossal heights, dynamism and urban integration surprisingly manage to coexist in the new Konka complex in Shenzhen. Kang QiaoJia Cheng develops a design model with an iconic impact on the skyline, preserving a human and natural scale inspired by the urban tradition of historic Chinese cities

University square stained glass
Stained glass square for the University in Rotterdam. Grid structure with the largest dimensions

The Medical Studies Center, in the academic section of Erasmus MC, was designed by KAAN Architecten Studio. The project is superimposed on a pre-existing building, with a large glazed roof whose beams are of the largest dimensions

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Painting that transforms space. The mathematics of colour between volumes and architecture

86+73 is an open-air work of art created by Alberonero, the external space of a Sicilian suburb in Mazara del Vallo, it is transformed using colour and its chromatic variations to scale, transforming the old buildings at first glance

Alun-alun Kejaksan Square: a gathering place between worldly and spiritual needs
Alun-alun Kejaksan Square: a gathering place between worldly and spiritual needs

Alun-alun Kejaksan is a 1.2 hectare open-air square located in the Indonesian, multicultural city of Cirebon: its area encloses a palace, a government center, a mosque, and a marketplace

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Drops of paint in a public space. Customers attracted by a colourful corridor

The architecture studio 100architects intervenes in a public space in Shanghai, China, created as a visual link between the main square and a new sales space, colouring it with drops and arches of paint that reach the floor

Red public space
Innovative Public Space. The use of the color Red to attract and engage

The Chinese "Red Planet", in the city of Shanghai, is designed by the studio 100 architects to encourage interactions and the stopover of adults and children in a commercial street space previously intended only for circulation

covered walkway street furniture
Relaxing in Montreal. Art, games and socializing in St-Denis Street

A refreshing, but also artistic, recreational and social experience realized by Arcadia Studio that respects the main objective of putting people at the centre of the project.

Gallery in steel and glass
Galerie Europe in Lille. Steel and glass are used to facilitate lighting and opening

Galerie Europe, located in the New Mons district, near the town hall and metro station, in the city of Lille, France, was designed and built by Coldefy&Associés in 2015, in order to revive the new district

The square frames the church
A historic Mediterranean square has been transformed. A preserved and emphasized heritage

Fabijanić architectural studio is the protagonist of the maintenance and restyling of Opuzen Square, a public space that has historically been a setting for daily rituals and is now being revamped with a new design.