The JW Marriott Hotel in the Turkish capital Ankara promises five star luxury over 23 floors. It attracts guests who expect the very highest standards, and regularly welcomes politicians, royalty and their respective entourages. Although the nearby Roman baths were the height of engineering sophistication two thousand years ago, the Marriott’s guests demand altogether more modern sanitation
The new Wroclaw Football Stadium opened in September 2011, ready for its key role as one of four Polish match venues for the Euro 2012 football championships. This architecturally stunning and environmentally innovative stadium is a showcase for Wroclaw, and the city’s most significant civic construction for over sixty years.
El Dorado airport in Bogotá, Colombia is the third busiest in Latin America and the region’s number one for cargo. The airport’s new international terminal presented numerous design challenges with regard to rainwater management. The airport also wanted to achieve the highest standards for sustainability, capturing and reusing rainwater across the site.
The new Villaggio Vista apartment complex in Accra, Ghana has been conceived and designed to make an exceptional impression. Not only is it this 28 storey development one of the tallest buildings in West Africa. It is also built to the very highest quality standards in terms of both design and materials.
The project developers wanted the Meadway SEN School to be a showcase for the UK Government vision for sustainable construction. The low temperatures needed by underfloor systems result in real efficiency, reducing energy consumption by at least 30%. This sustainable solution was also crucial in helping the building achieve a BREEAM excellent rating.