1. Author: Miguel de Guzmán
    Architect: Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation
    Mentioned project: Hänsel & Gretel’s Arena (2013)
    Project location: Madrid, Spain
    Spain 2013
    Duration: 2'50''

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  2. the 340 meter tower combines spaces for research and technology with areas of recreation and social interaction.

    see the original designboom article at:
    designboom.com/architecture/foster-partners-comcast-innovation-and-technology-center-01-15-2014/

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  3. Vietinbank in Hanoi is Foster + Partners first project in Vietnam. We have produced an animation touring the scheme through the 300,000-square-metre mixed-use development. It comprises two towers, connected by
    a seven-storey podium building containing conference facilities, luxury shops, cafes and restaurants
    and topped by roof top gardens. the taller tower, at 68-storeys, will provide an energy-efficient
    new headquarters for Vietinbank, one of vietnam’s largest banking groups. The second, 48-storey
    tower will house a five-star hotel, spa and serviced apartments.

    The animation has been used extensively by the client in publicising the project and has appeared on local Vietnamese TV.

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  4. Video commissioned by Zaha Hadid Architects for the opening of their new building Soho Galaxy in Beijing 2012

    Directed by Elisa Cucinelli and Dan Chung
    Camera: Jonas Schoenstein, Sun Shaoguang, Dan Chung
    Edit: Elisa Cucinelli
    Production assistant: Shanshan Wang

    Shot with Canon C300 and Canon 5DMII

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  5. See more architecture and design movies: dezeen.com/features/movies

    Zaha Hadid has unveiled designs for a new Cambodian institution made up of five interwoven wooden towers to house the largest archive of genocide-related documents in Southeast Asia.

    The London-based architect – who is best known for utilising modern materials such as concrete, fibreglass and resin – chose timber for the tapered wooden structures of the Sleuk Rith Institute, a building conceived by human rights activist Youk Chhang for the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.

    The facility will hold the archive of the Documentation Centre of Cambodia, a non-profit organisation that records the atrocities carried out during the Khmer Rouge period in the 1970s, commonly known as the Cambodian Holocaust.

    See full story: dezeen.com/?p=563996

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