Fast food chain Burger King unveils new restaurant designs that will deliver flexibility, innovative features, and convenient options for how food can be ordered and delivered, to fulfill changing guest demands in the world of COVID-19.
A self-sustaining community embracing the diversity of New Yorkers has won the 2020 Phil Freelon Design Competition, an annual firm-wide event that seeks to elevate Perkins and Will’s design culture. Designed by Vangel Kukov and Hala El Khorazaty, the conceptual project transforms a current industrial building site in Manhattan’s West Village, one of New York City’s most expensive neighborhoods, into a multi-generational, multi-cultural residential and civic hub that builds and strengthens community.
When properly specified and executed, the preconstruction performance mockup of an enclosure assembly can offer several benefits to any project. Most notably, the mockup provides project teams the opportunity to observe, evaluate, and refine the design, fabrication, and installation sequencing of the enclosure assemblies and corresponding interface conditions.
A/D/O by car company MINI, a creative space for designers in Brooklyn, New York, will end its operations and permanently close on May 31 due to the economic uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
MAD Architects’ design for Terminal 3 of Harbin Taiping International Airport in Harbin, China, looks like a snowflake that has gently fallen onto the earth. The proposed architecture settles into its locale, while also expressing itself as a surreal, interstellar space of future air travel.