The business centre in the City of London provides spacious offices and conference facilities for flexible use.
400 George Street, Sydney, Australia
A. Baker, Canberra, Australia
Home of inspiration: since Adi Dassler made the very first trainers in the washhouse of his parents’ house in 1920, the company adidas has been based in Herzogenaurach in the German region of Franconia.
House of glass: David Chipperfield Architects added an expressive building with a glass façade to the Anchorage Museum in Alaska.
At home in the Black Forest, present all over the world: Arburg is one of the leading global manufacturers of premium injection moulding machines for plastics processing.
Badoo Trading Limited, Moscow, Russia
Better Place, Copenhagen, Denmark
A successful combination of automotive and interior excellence.
Bread & Butter 2009, Berlin, Germany
Bruun & Hjejle, Copenhagen, Denmark
Bucherer, St. Moritz, Switzerland
Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok Airport is a major hub in Asia and one of the most modern airports in the world.
Dr. Weigert is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial cleaning agents and disinfectants.
As the hub of the region, Malaysia is one of Southeast Asia’s future markets.
The members of the Duisburg Philharmonic Orchestra are now tuning their instruments in an ultra modern event centre.
Round office: like rays, the offices and conference rooms of the Clariant Corporate Center gather around the core of the ten-storey office tower.
The world’s highest tower, an indoor ski centre in the middle of the desert, a man-made group of islands in the shape of a palm:
The Commerzbank-Arena in Frankfurt am Main is a focal point of life in the region.
Davidoff Boutiques, Worldwide
Elbchaussee Architecture Pavilion, Hamburg, Germany
Synergies for energy: once spread over up to 20 locations throughout the city, Germany’s third largest utility company has now bundled its expertise in one place.
Erciyas Holding, Istanbul, Turkey
The new Headquarters of the Erste Group Bank AG, Erste Campus, has been built on the area of Vienna’s old South Station.
Three architects, four buildings, one address: Max Dudler, Gigon/Guyer and David Chipperfield Architects designed a striking building complex for major bank UBS.
Kengo Kuma’s buildings unite traditional Japanese architecture with innovative technologies and archaic materials.
Pure beauty and the ultimate in lifestyle:
Goenka Industries, Surat, India
The administration of the province Limburg in the Dutch town of Maastricht symbolically combines two building complexes via a bridge house.
A canopy, woven from wooden beams, supports the roof of the club house at the Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Resort in South Korea.
Futuristic sculpture in idyllic greenery:
Diagrid design: situated near Central Park in New York, the 46-storey skyscraper of the media group Hearst stretches 182 metres into the sky.
HOK, London, United Kingdom
The Hotel am Domplatz masterly mediates between the different building epochs of the main square in Linz. Unobtrusive, clear, straight – the austerely divided façade structure is deliberately low-key.
Hotel am Steinplatz, Marriott Autograph Collection, Berlin, Germany
Hôtel Concorde la Fayette, Bar La Vue, Paris, France
International Corporate Law Firm, Frankfurt, Germany
IWC Schaffhausen, Geneva, Switzerland at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie 2017 (SIHH), Geneva, Switzerland
Cooking together brings gourmets together, conveys joie de vivre and promotes communication.
Right on the banks of Dubai Creek, with a view of the impressive city skyline, the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel unites modern architecture with traditional Arabic style elements.
Modern architecture in an ancient quarter:
The international law fi rm King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin has taken up residence in the Karolinen Karree in the heart of Munich.
Elite university in the desert sands: the campus of the international University of Science and Technology occupies an area of 36 square kilometres along the Red Sea coast.
Le 39V Restaurant, Paris, France
The historic strength of these former Patrician villas, last used by a major bank, in the Königsallee in Düsseldorf oozes from the new branch of Linklaters.
Me and all Hotels, Düsseldorf, Germany
Travel creates memories.
One of Europe’s most modern multifunctional buildings enjoys a central urban position in the district of Berlin-Mitte.
Fans are now close to the action at football matches, concerts and events since the modernisation of the Mercedes-Benz Arena.
In the Mercedes-Benz Museum people go round the bend to enthuse over stationary vehicles.
Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Tribute to Mies: in 1902, Karl Ernst Osthaus founded Europe’s first museum of contemporary art in Essen.
An innovative membrane roof construction on free-standing steel stilts and the façade made of mesh panels are the hallmarks of Warsaw’s National Stadium.
Noerr, Dusseldorf, Germany
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries has had its headquarters in the Austrian capital for more than 45 years now.
With its floor-to-ceiling windows and small balconies, this office complex, residence of international attorneys Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, is reminiscent of classical French bourgeois houses.
Porsche Experience Center, Le Mans, France
Private apartment, Stockholm, Sweden I
Private apartment, Stockholm, Sweden II
Private Apartment, Stockholm, Sweden III
Private Equity Firm, London, UK
Private residence, Austin, Texas, USA
QX- Quarterly Crossing, Frankfurt, Germany
Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin, Germany
Foster + Partners transformed the representative Reichstag Building, built in 1894, into the plenary area of German parliament.
Authentic naturalness and the ultimate in lifestyle: the new look of the Replay store in Düsseldorf is a subtle and resolute showcasing of the company's philosophy – with upholstered furniture from Walter Knoll, specially covered in the Italian label's legendary denim.
Hans Scharoun designed the German Embassy in Brasilia as a meeting place.
Like virtually no other town in Germany’s Black Forest, Nagold has become a vital, dynamic centre.
Architectural jewel: the villa Daniel Libeskind designed for titanium-zinc manufacturer RHEINZINK looks like a crystal growing out of the ground.
Around 5,000 people are working in one of France’s largest office parks – with an exceptional view of the Seine and the La Défense business district.
Samsung has set up its futuristic showroom on the top floor of this office block in Kiev.
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Semiramis InterContinental Hotel, Cairo, Egypt
The Shanghai Municipal Electric Power Corporation has modernised the traditional company HQ.
SieMatic Showroom, Löhne, Germany
The architects reproduced the sweeping curves of the building as the basis for the interior of the SKY Lounges.
With the Sofitel Berlin Kurfürstendamm, Jan Kleihues has given the heart of Berlin a touch of fi ve-star fl air.
Solon Solarboot, Berlin, Germany
Modern media building: light and transparent, this striking building made of steel, glass and concrete rises from the Ericusspitze in Hamburg’s new HafenCity.
Modern matter-of-factness: the interior of St.Galler Kantonalbank in Zurich refl ects the corporate identity of this renowned Swiss bank.
State Parliament, Stuttgart, Germany
Steigenberger Wiltcher´s, Davidoff Lounge, Brussels, Belgium
Swedish Film Industry, Stockholm, Sweden
Mega library: built at the end of the eighteenth century, La Ciudadela in the heart of Mexico City houses the largest library in Latin America.
Frederick A. P. Barnard, one of the pioneers of gender equality, fought for equal opportunities for women in education at the end of the nineteenth century.
The idea of seeing travellers as friends and guests is one of the origins of social behaviour.
An award-winning political thriller with a correspondingly tense atmosphere: cult director Roman Polanski received the European Film Award, the César and the Silver Bear for “The Ghost Writer”.
In January 2017 one of the most spectacular new buildings in the Hamburg region opened its gates.
The ThyssenKrupp Quartier is an architectural representation of the corporate culture of this renowned conglomerate.
A glittering jewellery box: the relationship between jewellery and light was Kengo Kuma’s inspiration for the Tiffany flagship store in Tokyo.
Quiet Room: planned back in the 1950s under the aegis of Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemeyer, piece-by-piece modernisation of the UN headquarters has now got underway.
Universität Bielefeld, Germany
Racy crime caper with classy ambience: the German movie “Vier gegen die Bank” by Hollywood director Wolfgang Peterson is about four men who lose all their money and perspective and try to save themselves by making a mad plan.
VIP WING at Munich Airport, Munich, Germany
The idea of flowing movement was the inspiration for the design of the Virgin Australia Guest Lounge at Melbourne Domestic Airport.
Friedrich Nietzsche was already enthusing about the open expanses and calm of the mountainous scenery around Flims when he visited the area in the summer of 1873.
Vinotecture” is the perfect combination of good wine and surprising architecture.
Winspear Opera House, Dallas, USA
Yacht Club de Monaco, Monaco
Wonderful new world: the design team from za bor created a futuristic offi ce landscape for Russia’s largest search engine and internet group.