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The Imprint. Incheon

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MVRDV . photos: © Ossip van Duivenbode . + archdaily

MVRDV has completed construction on The Imprint, a new 2-building art-entertainment complex in close proximity to Seoul’s Incheon Airport. Featuring a nightclub in one building and indoor theme park in the other, the windowless structures feature three key design elements: imprints of the façade features of surrounding buildings, lifted entrances, and a golden entrance spot covering one corner of the nightclub building. Continue reading MVRDV

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The Infinity Path . Breda

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MVRDV . + nieuws

Installed as part of the BredaPhoto Festival from the September 5th to October 21st, The Infinity Path is a temporary structure covering a large part of the square on the Chassé Promenade. MVRDV’s design comprises a raised path offering views to the city while providing wall space below to display photographs as part of the biennial event. The form of the structure takes its cue from the square itself, which was designed by West8—the route follows the lines of the pattern which animates the ground plane, and therefore The Infinity Path literally brings a new dimension to the space. Continue reading MVRDV

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Southbank tower . Melbourne

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MVRDV . Woods Bagot

MVRDV and Woods Bagot have proposed a “new kind of skyscraper” for a landmark mixed-use site in Melbourne’s Southbank. The Stack is one of six invited entries in an architectural competition organised by the site’s owners Beulah International, a Melbourne-based developer known for its commitment to excellence in local design. Continue reading MVRDV . Woods Bagot

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Lifted Village . Shanghai

MVRDV . Lifted Village . Shanghai

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MVRDV’s Lifted Village gives China’s largest city a new centerpiece by adding an International Financial Centre to the end of Shanghai’s historical waterfront, The Bund. The design combines two typologies, representing China’s past, its urban villages, and its future, the tower. The result is a new typology which creates unprecedented spatial richness and variety, while providing a unique mix of typologies. Continue reading MVRDV