Onyx | Bangkok Thailand | Shma

November 16, 2017,AEST

Onyx is situated at one of Bangkok’s busiest neighborhood next to the main busy road and surrounded by congested building blocks. “Passage” is the concept aims to create a unique journey through various transitional spaces between the city and the | Read More

TCL creating social spaces at Monash University

April 28, 2017,AEST

  Contemporary universities are becoming microcosms of our cities.Open spaces are now being developed not as decorative foregrounds to buildings but to host staff, students and the wider community in myriad ways; whether it is meeting, studying, playing, exercising, partying, | Read More

23° Escape | Khao Yai, Thailand | SHMA

December 16, 2015,AEST

Liquid substances on Earth naturally fall and flow to the lower grounds, forming an erosion landscape that humans find beautiful. Our site located at the intersection where the flow meets the ground and is surrounded by mountains. The process of | Read More

CYAN | Singapore | ONG&ONG

August 13, 2015,AEST

Cyan is located in the Bukit Timah area, a prime residential enclave in Singapore. Capitalising on the site’s proximity to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Cyan’s landscaping takes inspiration from the verdant greenery to make residents feel that they were living | Read More

Florence-Scandicci Green Tramway by Ines Romitti

March 13, 2015,AEST

  The construction of tramways represents an innovative solution to transport problems in big cities. This is the first tramway of Florence, winding west and connecting the Santa Maria Novella station to Scandicci, where open spaces have been improved by choosing trams for present mobility, proposing a greenway | Read More

Marina One | Singapore | Gustafson Porter

December 1, 2014,AEST

Marina One is a mixed-use development at the centre of Singapore’s business district aims to become its signature real estate development. Its brief is to define new standards of luxury urban living and to create an international benchmark for design | Read More

Beijiao Cultural Centre | Foshan China | Gravity Green

March 12, 2014,AEST

In the age of the economic boom, the modernisation in China is speedily rushing out traditional cultures that once dominated civilization and assembled local identities. While the city transformation seems to be inevitable, it also becomes increasingly vital to preserve | Read More

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