International architecture firm Snøhetta opened the doors to Europe’s first underwater restaurant in Lindesnes, Norway. Half-sunken into the sea, the building’s 34-m (112-ft) long monolithic form breaks the surface of the water to rest directly on the seabed.
Dahlia, a 20-story luxury residential tower on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, has topped out. The design for Dahlia is the result of a collaboration between CetraRuddy, acting as design architect, and RKTB Architects as executive architect.
The New York City headquarters of the Ford Foundation has been transformed into the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice. Led by Gensler, the major restoration project enhances the building’s original character, while increasing transparency and accessibility throughout the space.
The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will be getting a concourse expansion at the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT). The Midfield Satellite Concourse (MSC) North, is a five-level, 69,677-m2 (750,000-sf) expansion that will be accessible via a 111-m2 (1200-ft) long tunnel corridor with moving walkways.