How can available urban spaces be resourcefully put to good use? This is the guiding principle that the second version of the Parken³ system is based upon.
tecArchitecture reports out of Ermatingen (Germany) on the high-end project constructed along the Rhine river banks in Düsseldorf.
From Singapore, the most expensive city in the world, Raymond Woo & Associates Architects state: “Singaporeans love their cars. Safe and clean parking facilities as opposed to stuffy car parking garages – the idea here is appealingly convincing”.
Architects Fender Katsalidis in Melbourne met a major challenge head on by accommodating both residential living and parking space into a vacant lot of merely 6.70 m.
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