The most expected architecture projects for 2022 will be a mixture of cultural and commercial programs, located across the world! They are a true representation of interconnected landscapes, new skyscrapers and museums.
Get to know the most anticipated projects of 2022, from every corner of the world! They will authentic architecture masterpieces, that is for sure.
Hermès Workshops by Lina Ghotmeh Architecture
These new Hermès leather workshops develop from the precise site’s diagram. They are drawn by the adjacent nature and are put at the point of view of the extraordinary region’s altimetry. It combines perfectly with the nature around, creating a dialogue with the territory.
Grand Egyptian Museum by Heneghan Peng Architects & West 8
This project had a fearless competition back in 2003, drew nearly 2000 entries from 83 countries. Grand Egyptian Museum will reunite the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts. It will have 100,000m2, which means, it will be one of the largest museums in the world.
Santiago International Airport by ADPi and Luis Vidal + Architects
Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport in Chile is the main connection between America, Oceania, and Europe. The number of flights demand a renovation with new infrastructures, a new terminal, car park, water treatment, a power plant and other auxiliary buildings.
1000 Trees by Heatherwick Studio
The most expected architecture projects continues with 1,000 Trees projects in Shanghai. This is a 300,000-square-meter project and has the unique shape of “two tree-covered mountains”, with 400 terraces and 1000 structural columns.
Booking Headquarters by UNStudio
Booking Headquarters is one of the largest urban project in Western Europe, located in Amsterdam. In here the Booking.com workers can work, live, meet, inspire and play.
Heckle Tower by Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Jean Nouvel is responsible for this 220-meter-high tower in Paris, in La Defence. Hekla Tower will have 47 floors, with office spaces, student accommodation and private residential units.
Sunday school by Henning Larsen & SKALA Architects
Sundby School is located in Denmark and already is a historical project. Why? Because it will be a sustainability educational-facility. This project can guarantee community engagement and high sustainability parameters. It will open doors in the end of Summer 2022.
Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts by Studio Gang
Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts is the right spot for education, enjoy art, but also social interaction. Working from the inside out, the design—which incorporates both modern development and renovations—clarifies the organization of the building’s insides whereas too expanding AMFA’s presence into notable MacArthur Stop, opening the historical center to the city of Small Rock.
Lanternen by Snohetta & WERK Arkitekter
The Lanternen will be a place where several activities will take place. The new coastal point of interest is both a oceanic and a living center for the community along the Westcoast of Denmark. This place will elevate the connection between the city and the sea.
Xi’an International Football Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects
This is the new stadium for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup. It will have the capacity for 60,000 people, side by side with civic, sports, and recreational spaces for the city.
Bezalel Academy by SANAA
SANAA’s modern campus for the Bezalel Foundation of Expressions and Plan in Jerusalem is presently set for a 2022 opening. At first proposed in 2013, the new project for Israel’s national school of craftsmanship broke ground back in 2015. It will bring together 2500 students, besides the 500 faculty members.
San Pellegrino Flagship Factory by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) & West 8
San Pellegrino is located in the Alps of Northern Italy and BIG were the winners of this projects. This will be a total expansion and renovation of the place, which is “the world’s leading sparkling mineral water company, with a “truly innovative and technologically-advanced design”.
Instanbul Modern by Renzo Piano Building Workshop
The Istanbul Advanced Gallery within the noteworthy Beyoğlu locale of Istanbul is found on the waterfront of the western bank of the Bosphorus Strait, facing the Sultanahmet quarter. The new museum will be a urban focal point and will unite the old town to the west, “the Bosphorus to the south, the Tophane Park to the north and the new Galataport waterside development to the east which replaces the old pier activity.”
The ReefLine by OMA
The Reefline will be a artificial reef that was designed to protect and preserve Miami’s marine life and coastal resilience. It will be a 7-mile underwater public sculpture park, and snorkel trail.
Nanjing Vertical Forest by Stefano Boeri Architetti
The Nanjing Vertical Timberland is found within the Nanjing Pukou Locale, an range chosen to lead the Southern Jiangsu modernization process and the improvement of the Yangtze Waterway area. The façades of this two amazing towers have 600 large trees, 200 medium-sized trees and over 2500 shrubs and trailing plants.
Studio City by Zaha Hadid Architects
Studio City is also part of the most expected architecture projects of 2022 and its located in Macau. Now, Zaha Hadid Architects added to this place entertainment and hospitality buildings that include indoor and outdoor water parks. But also, six-screen Cineplex with exhibition spaces and conferences rooms.
Valley by MVRDV
This project is full of art and full of nature, located in the beautiful city of Amsterdam. It has 75000 m2 and contains not only apartments, but also, cultural institutes, offices and shops.
3D Printed Homes by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)
The 100-home neighborhood in Austin is anticipated to break ground in 2022 and will combine ICON’s inventive mechanical technology, computer program, and modern materials with BIG’s plans.
Abrahamic Family House by Adjaye Associates
The Abrahamic Family House will host 3 religions, because it will have a mosque, a church and a synagogue. “Sitting on a secular visitor pavilion, the project commissioned by the Higher Committee for Human Fraternity is a first of its kind.”
São Paulo Rosewood Tower by Ateliers Jean Nouvel
São Paulo Rosewood Tower is also an important part of our list of Most Expected Architecture Projects. From here you will see the creation of a cultural center, but also a hotel and residential units. Nouvel designed it to be a vertical continuation of the local landscape.
Sydney Modern by SANAA
Sydney will have an amazing project by SANAA, because they will transform the flagship art museum and create a connection through an outdoor public art garden with outstanding views of the Sydney Harbor.
Taipei Performing Arts Center by OMA
Taipei Performing Arts Center ends our list of projects. OMA wants to do things in a different way and only have three main rooms. A large auditorium, medium-sized theater, and small-size black box.
Credits to: Arch Daily