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A major adventure resort offering a wide variety of physical, thrilling and wellness activities, a 100-bedroom hotel and 400 luxury lodges on a 480-acre (194-hectare) ... Read more
A trio of leisure projects have made the shortlist for the prestigious 2017 Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building, which was announced today ... Read more
A host of leading international architects are in the running to create a concept design for a new Centre for Music in the City of ... Read more
This year's Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Diébédo Francis Kéré, has been unveiled today (20 June) in London’s Hyde Park. At a press launch, the architect ... Read more
Seven diverse proposals from the design teams vying to create a new ampitheatre and pavilion in the heart of Edinburgh have been revealed to the ... Read more
Asia’s culture sector has experienced rapid growth in recent years, something exemplified by Beijing’s National Museum of China, which in 2016 was the world’s most ... Read more
Les Mills
Les Mills
Waterparks worldwide enjoyed a fruitful 2016, with combined attendance among the top 20 increasing to nearly 30 million, according to the TEA/AECOM Theme Index A ... Read more
An all-star team of architects and urban planners has won the high-profile contract to masterplan the UK’s largest regeneration programme. AECOM, Bjarke Ingels Group, Wilkinson ... Read more
Proposals by six international teams – representing seventy-three artists, architects, designers, planners and engineers – to illuminate 17 of central London’s bridges along the River ... Read more
Some of the biggest names in architecture and construction are in the running to masterplan the UK’s largest regeneration programme at Old Oak Common in ... Read more
Last year’s Smiler accident at Alton Towers has had a notable impact on European theme park statistics, negatively affecting a “healthy market”, according to AECOM ... Read more
Chelsea Football Club’s plans to build one of the largest stadiums in England have hit a stumbling block – the local population of endangered bats. ... Read more
Zumba Fitness, LLC
Zumba Fitness, LLC
With Rio 2016 in full swing following the opening ceremony and the first batch of events, it’s easy to get caught up in it all. ... Read more
As we reach the final countdown for the Rio 2016 Games, one event we can be certain won’t be happening is the 2026 Commonwealth Games ... Read more
Natural elements such as spa gardens are increasingly important to today’s spa design, and creating an authentic experience through design and programming is key, said ... Read more
The world’s top theme parks recorded tremendous growth in 2015, while visitor numbers to museums entered overall decline, according to the 2016 edition of the ... Read more
Hyperloop One, the Los Angeles firm racing to build the world’s first Hyperloop high-speed transport system, has partnered with Arup, AECOM and Bjarke Ingels Group ... Read more
Global architectural practice HKS Hospitality Group have announced the appointment of Kevin Underwood as both a principal and head of masterplanning and design. Underwood has ... Read more
Active IQ
Active IQ
The first images have been revealed of the Serpentine Gallery’s 2016 pavilion programme, featuring four summer houses by international architects and a centrepiece created by ... Read more
A design team led by Bystrup Architecture Design and Engineering has won a design competition for central London’s first car-free bridge for cyclists and pedestrians. ... Read more
Construction work at Barra Olympic Park, the main competition cluster for the Rio 2016 Olympics, is now 92 per cent complete. In its latest update ... Read more
Chelsea Football Club (CFC) plans to replace its current stadium in south London with a 60,000-capacity landmark venue celebrating the heritage of sport in and ... Read more
The TEA/AECOM Theme Index and Museum Index 2014 has been released, showing post-recession growth has been maintained in the theme park sector, while museum attendance ... Read more
LDA Design has been selected to masterplan a university campus at London’s Olympic Park, featuring a museum, collections libraries and performance spaces. A team led ... Read more
Madrid-based SelgasCano architects have unveiled their designs for this year's Serpentine Pavilion in London, featuring an explosion of colour. To be constructed from ETFE, translucent ... Read more
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