This week, we're sharing projects from Madrid to Gladsaxe, Denmark, and Minneapolis to Kigali, Rwanda, with several stops in between. In addition to the projects that we give more detailed coverage, we like to highlight some of the work that architecture firms share with us every day through the Project Gallery—the user-generated portion of our site. So far, we have more than 14,000 projects, most of which were directly uploaded by firms to share with us and our readers.

In this weekly roundup, we showcase some of the coolest new projects to be added to the gallery—thanks to architects like you.

AQSO Arquitectos Office

K House

"The facade of the house features large floor-to-ceiling windows between the curved white-rendered walls, while the upper floor is wrapped with a series of delicate wooden slats. This permeable skin becomes a protective layer to provide privacy to the master bedroom while its materiality highlights the curved contours of the flat roof."

Courtesy OMA

Feyenoord Stadium
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

"The bowl-shaped steel structure—a diagrid that requires less structural steel than a conventional steel frame—is the primary structure supporting the stand and its roof. Functional spaces have been designed for specific users such as players, guests, and media. They also accommodate hospitality offerings including restaurants and multifunctional spaces."

Kim Wendt

Buddinge School
Gladsaxe, Denmark
Rosan Bosch Studio

"The learning landscape offers differentiated zones where students can work in large groups, individually, or in smaller teams. A new connection to the existing craft and design workshop enables the students to get creative and practice-oriented with their projects."

Plompmozes, Courtesy UNStudio

Delft, Netherlands

"Echo is an education building with multifunctional spaces that transcends current learning environments. The design supports the contemporary culture of 'Everything Anywhere', where the in-between space is also of great importance. Echo, in addition to excellent study spaces, therefore provides space for unstructured time: a variety of platforms for reflection, inspiration and communication."

Mark Wickens

Raft Loft
New York
Dash Marshall

"Raft Loft combines two separate dwelling units into a single home for a growing family. We renovated the entirety of the ground floor, executed limited interventions to the second floor, and inserted a new staircase to connect the two spaces with a series of intermediate levels. At the center of the ground floor is the “raft,” an elevated platform that divides the ground floor into three distinct zones. The raft creates large open spaces on either end of the ground floor."

Nyarutarama Residences
Kigali, Rwanda
Selim Senin

The building, which has 61 apartments, ends with a penthouse on the roof. The curvilinear form of the penthouse differs from the rational design of the entire building. Spreading all over the terrace, the penthouse defines invisible terrace areas and creates intimate open spaces for the users of the house. When the guests and friends of the residents of the house arrive, they will be able to use the terrace in their private areas without encountering other residents of the house.

Lucian R

The Plus
Mangor, Norway
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)

"Envisioned as a village for a community dedicated to the cleanest, carbon neutral fabrication of urban and social furniture, The Plus aims to be a global destination for sustainable architecture and high-efficiency production. As Norway’s single largest investment in furniture in decades, the 6,500m2 open production facility will double as a public 300-acre park for hiking and camping while serving as a landmark aligned with the region’s mission to establish a green manufacturing industry."

Capitec Bank Headquarters
Stellenbosch, South Africa
dhk Architects

"The building form optimises the shape and size of the site while referencing the brand’s distinctive curved logo. The three-storey superstructure wraps around itself, which creates a unique ‘doughnut’ shape and forms a central triple-volume atrium - an internal ‘social spine’ at the heart of the building. Contributing to the contemporary appearance, white aluminium panels clad the building’s sinuous form which is further accentuated with continuous ribbons of fenestration."

courtesy 4RM+ULA

Great River Landing

Located in the Minneapolis North Loop, this project provides housing and support to 72 adult men. With amenities such as classrooms, meditation spaces, meeting rooms, and lounges to foster community, Great River Landing "is a place of stability for people committed to positive change after recovering from the traumas of unemployment, homelessness, and incarceration." This is just one of many community-focused projects designed by St. Paul, Minn.–based 4RM+ULA. Listen to the firm's managing partner and co-founder James Garrett Jr., AIA, discuss his experience as a Black architect and read his suggestions for actions that the architecture community can take to combat systemic racism.

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