Old brick factory transformed into the HQ for Evergreen Foundation in Toronto

Old Brick Factory Transformed Into the Sustainable Evergreen Headquarters in Toronto

Evergreen Brick Works and the Centre for Green Cities is the new home for the Evergreen Foundation, which was renovated from an old brick factory in Toronto by Diamond Schmitt Architects

Chris Precht on Behance >>> The project describes a landscape design and facade design for a residential development in Hyderabad / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into the design.

The project describes a design and facade design for a residential development in / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into t…

We love the #indoor river separating spaces in this social center #recycled from an old #factory. #design

Recycled Factory Thrives As Social Center Supported by Brazil's Commerce Tax

Recycled Factory Thrives As Social Center Supported by Brazil's Commerce Tax : TreeHugger Lina Bo Bardi

Gallery - Fantastic Architecture: Illustrations By Bruna Canepa - 35

Gallery of Fantastic Architecture: Illustrations By Bruna Canepa - 35

Gallery of BIG and Lacaton & Vassal Lead Shortlist for Museum of London's Future Home at West Smithfield - 8

Gallery of BIG and Lacaton & Vassal Lead Shortlist for Museum of London's Future Home at West Smithfield - 8

'In' with the old, in with the new: adaptive reuse at Gantry by Bates Smart | Architecture And Design

Gantry by Bates Smart is an exemplar of adaptive reuse methodology and provides historic and cultural resonance through the tacit up-cycling of building materials.

Ghent is home to the old textile factory De Porre, hub of a thriving textile industry during the 30’s and for many years a major provider of employment. In World War II the factory was heavily bombed and rebuilt afterwards. Bankruptcy forced the factor...

Ghent is home to the old textile factory De Porre, hub of a thriving textile industry during the and for many years a major provider of employment. In World War II the factory was heavily bombed and rebuilt afterwards. Bankruptcy forced the factor.

Heritage preservation and adaptive reuse of historic warehouse provides new offices and showrooms, with central café in large atrium

The historic Saatchi & Saatchi office building gets a seismic refit and a lively new social hub

Bernard Bülher – Réhabilitation des ateliers Louis Blériot en bureaux – Bègles

Bernard Bülher – Réhabilitation des ateliers Louis Blériot en bureaux – Bègles

Industrial Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Rehabilitation Center Architecture, Le Centre Commercial, Umea, Adaptive Reuse, Warehouse, Cultural Center, Auditorium

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