The richess and depth of Norges-la-Ville, a french village near Dijon, is bonded to the natural source of the river Norges. Depending on the season and the river’s mood, the zone was hardly accessible so far, depriving the local population of the stunning beauty of this landscape. The purpose of this project was to rehabilitate the wet meadows nearby and enlarge the space around the source.
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Paseo Santa Lucia is an Urban Project in Monterrey, Mexico with an approximate length of 2.5 Km. This project was developed with the purpose of generating more public spaces that would bring society together. With the help of a very big team of engineers, architects and our design firm this project was developed in 2 stages.
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The shortlist has been announced for the St.Petersburg Pier Design Competition. After Michael Maltzan Architecture – “The Lens” competition winning design was cancelled in 2013 after extensive public consultation, the city is looking for a new design for the pier. The City of St.Petersburg has enbarked on a truncated design competition for The New St. Petersburg Pier. The shortlist of six design firms (whittled down from 18) has been announced…..
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Set on the spectacular Northumberland coast, a Grade II listed Georgian manor house and estate is now one of the largest wedding venues in the North East. OOBE were responsible for the masterplanning and ongoing maintenance of this boutique hotel, wedding venue and private members club.
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Design and Innovative Idea prize of the International Garden Festival of Chaumont-sur-Loire. Based on the thematic “gardens of the deadly sins”, Bloom creates an abstract and fairy space between profusion and reserve.
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