Balmori Associates reconnected the city to the river with Abandoibarra master plan, Campa de los Ingleses Park, and Plaza Euskadi. An idea that became a reality in 2012, creating a greener and more walkable city where the public space became the connecting link and icon in the urban fabric of the city of Bilbao.
"Un especialista del estudio Balmori Associates de Nueva York recorrió el Jardín Botánico de la Fundación Miguel Lillo para conocer las características de cada especie."
Read the article about our work in Tucumán.
Join us on November 16 at the Library of Congress as Noemie Lafaurie-Debany speaks about our archives at Yale University Library.
Moderated by Ann Whiteside, Librarian/Assistant Dean for Information Services, Loeb Library, Harvard Graduate School of Design with Noémie Lafaurie-Debany, Balmori Associates, Tomas Hernandez, Alexander Gorlin Architects and Mark Rylander, Mark Rylander Architect.
The Hermas Development will feature four office buildings organized around a central courtyard. Each building has retail on the ground floor, nine office floors, and a tenth roof level amenities connecting all four buildings.
Image and text from the exhibition at the World Financial Center, An Installation of the Cycles of Landscape, February 21-March 5, 1989
"This is not a flower show. This installation explores landscape and nature in its various stages of development, presenting the dynamic process of change, rather than displaying plantlife at its peak, as the typical flower show does. Cycles of fading, wilting and dying are as integral to the design of a landscape as are budding, flowering and growing. The show visualizes beginnings and ends, perspectives of time, cycles of life and death that give measure to our world."
"New York-based architects Balmori often use unique means for their experimental projects. Their floating islands, green sculptures, and plenty of other intriguing surprises change up the cityscape and redefine urban planning."
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