Articles tagged Community Centre


COVID-19 has taught us we need more public spaces. Just prior, Hawkins\Brown completed a London hub

London – Newly reopened, developing The Plumstead Centre was the firm’s opportunity to turn an ‘underused community asset’ into a comprehensive cultural, leisure and library …


Why the architects of a creative community centre turned to Fantoni for customization

Boise, USA – Fantoni Group’s acoustic solutions fine-tune the vast spaces of JUMP, a mixed-use community centre in Boise.


Community hubs are increasingly important for Japan as its population declines

Fuji, Japan – CMYK Interiors & Products worked with Fuji’s local government to turn its central train station into an accommodating gathering space.


A blue box might be a cure for the increasing loneliness in large Chinese cities

Chengdu – The first in a series of Youkong Living Room projects, Wutopia Lab’s Blue Heart in Chengdu is ‘a buffer between home and the public world.’


The right flooring can turn a historical Spanish market into a playground for kids

Alcañiz, Spain – Artigo rubber flooring by Ettore Sottsass' office helped two Spanish architects turn a collage of contradictory visual elements into a coherent kids' community …

The building’s concave outer walls embrace its interior and define three distinct exterior spaces for gathering and circulation.

Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership by Studio Gang

KALAMAZOO – Kalamazoo College worked in collaboration with Chicago-based architects Studio Gang to provide a space for the community to engage in open discussion of social justice issues.

Architects extended and unified a community centre outside of Tolouse.

Espace Monestié by PPA

TOULOUSE – When a community centre needed a radical overhaul, the architects wrapped in up in a silvery skin and gave it a new heart.

The project provides support and services to young locals and performs as a multi-purpose venue.

The New Generation Youth and Community Centre by RCKa

LONDON – RCKa has recently been involved in a project which provides support and services to young locals and performs as a multi-purpose venue.

The building becomes an extension of the landscape, combining architecture and horticulture so as to create a new sculptural form.

Waterloo Youth, Family and Community Centre by Collins and Turner Architects

SYDNEY – Australian architects Penny Collins and Huw Turner were recently involved in the refurbishment of the premises of a not-for-profit organisation.

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