Such a wonderful achievement had been achieved by The New York, United States based architect, interior architect, urban planning, and design firm and studio, Richard Meier & Partners Architects, since this architecture firm and design company had emerged victoriously in an international competition to design a new mixed-use building in the HafenCity district of Hamburg, Germany. It is state to be wonderful achievement since in this competition Richard Meier had won over another great architects and design firms including involving Foster + Partners and Zaha Hadid Architects.
The New Mixed-Use Project building by Richard Meier & Partners Architects will be designed as seven-story building block with a taller vertical building volume on the northwest corner. It is also designed with a unique approach presented by the classic problem of transparency, organization, and form within a courtyard building typology. This Mix-Used building will accommodate different programmatic uses such as apartments, training academy, offices and retail spaces within a singular and identifiable building.
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