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Frankfurt Old Town – Urban Renewal

35 houses – 15 reconstructions and 20 new buildings – were erected on the historical parcels of land in the old town destroyed during the Second World War. Streets such as the famous Krönungsweg (Coronation Route) between the Dom (Frankfurt Cathedral) and Römer (old town centre) or the "Hinter dem Lämmchen" lane can be freely accessed once again since May 2018.

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Frankfurt Old Town – Urban Renewal
© DomRömer GmbH / Uwe Dettmar

Getty, 501 West 24th Street

The Getty is a dynamic 12-story residential building located on 501 West 24th Street in Manhattan's coveted West Chelsea neighbourhood.

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Getty, 501 West 24th Street
© Tim Fisher Photography

100 Norfolk Street

Small base – increased living space through projecting upper storeys. The 12-storey building is located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

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100 Norfolk Street
© Tim Fisher Photography

Buckingham Green

Buckingham Green presented a rare opportunity to redesign part of a typical London district with its fascinating mix of buildings and uses and integrate it into the convoluted road network around St James' Park.

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Buckingham Green
© James D. Evans

520 West 28th Street

Zaha Hadid's international work is defined extensively by bold curves that are inspired by nature. And this posthumously built 11-storey residential building containing 39 exquisite dwellings in the New York city district of Chelsea is no exception.

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520 West 28th Street
Tim Fisher Photography

BLOX - Danish Architecture Centre

The white and green frosted glass facade is non-transparent to the outside and forms interlocking geometries. An abundance of glass – in stark contrast to the surrounding historical old town district of Copenhagen with red clinker facades that are typical to Denmark.

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BLOX - Danish Architecture Centre
Rasmus Hjortshøj

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