World Architecture Festival Awards winners announced

December 1, 2018,AEDT

The World Architecture Festival Awards has announced the 2018 winners. For the Landscape of the Year WINNER 2018: Batlle i Roig Arquitectura for the Pedestrian Path along the Gypsum Mines, Barcelona, Spain. Also, a win for landscape architecture was the | Read More

Oasia Downtown Hotel wrapped in a “living cloak”

November 26, 2018,AEDT

The Oasia Downtown Hotel, in Singapore’s business district, near Chinatown, distinguishes itself as an unforgettable visual contrast, against a typically urban back-drop of concrete, steel, and glass. The single slender silhouette is encased in a framework of perforated steel mesh | Read More

Revitalising industry in London | LDA Design

October 1, 2018,AEDT

A brand new shipyard on the River Thames, the first in 300 years, is being proposed as part of an ambitious regeneration designed to counter the loss of creative and productive land use in London. The site is being developed | Read More

London Wall Place: Building on history

September 3, 2018,AEDT

Make Architects has completed work on its London Wall Place project, a new commercial scheme offering the largest set of public gardens developed in the City of London since the post-war brutalist Barbican estate on behalf of Brookfield Properties and | Read More

Recrystallization | Kaohsiung City, Taiwan | MEPM lab

August 27, 2018,AEDT

Taiwan is an island country with both high biodiversity and high population density. Currently, how we generate electricity is a huge issue in Taiwan. Taiwan has the cheapest electricity prices for industrial users in Asia. This is because almost 50 | Read More

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