The festival’s super-jury has awarded the prestigious World Building of the Year award to The Chapel, Vietnam, designed by a21studio.
World Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 13 award categories on the second day of the event in Singapore.
Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 16 award categories on the opening day of the event in Singapore.
A new function has been added to the long and fascinating history of the Derrick tower: alcohol production.
For Fall/Winter 2014 adidas Originals joins forces with the street pioneer for a special collaborative collection – adidas Originals by NIGO.
A lampshade whose exterior and interior surfaces are different colours by exploring the traditional Japanese method of washi.
Having high rise buildings in the background, the 100 colored strands dance in the breeze, as if they are breathing in and out, creating a dynamic motion.
A shop for selling interior goods, a library space for book-lending and a gallery space for regular events and art exhibitions + the main clothing retail space.
Highest award – Best of Best – for the Qingdao Grand Theatre and Winner for the Berlin State Ballet School at the Iconic Awards 2014
The church is the WAF Award 2014 Winner in the Completed Buildings Religion category
TAMassociati receives the ZUMTOBEL GROUP AWARD 2014
World Interior of the Year 2014 announced: Hong Kong restaurant, formerly a bank vault for Chinese heirlooms, scoops top design award.
Kooyong Residential is a residence located in Melbourne, Australia, designed by Matt Gibson Architecture.
One of the most powerful and puzzling US artists of the 1980s finally receives a retrospective worthy of his intimate work
A new pavilion in the Queen Victoria Gardens is designed to provide shade – and free culture events – in the summer
An office of the future and a cinema inspired by the past are among the winners of premier international interior design awards. Image: The Barbarian Group by Clive Wilkinson Architects.
Brazilian bookstore named world’s best retail design of 2014 against stiff competition from Harrods and fashion heavyweights. Image: Auriga Bar & Restaurant by SANJAY PURI ARCHITECTS.
A hanging lamp that looks like a tree branch. At their ends rotated elements with attached LEDs direct the flow of light.
The façade consists of a continuous band of vertical brick lamellae surrounding the garden and playground and works as a fence, roof top protection and a window solar screening.
Like a shamanic voyage across several lives, and that has multiple initiations, textile techniques evolve little by little.