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Around The World


A Cantilevered Retreat In The Japanese Mountains

Japanese architect Masato Sekiyo’s innovative and practical approach for a cantilevered concrete structure as a contemporary holiday fishing cabin and residence in Japan’s Ohmine mountain range.

Shanghai Manor Chic

The St. Regis in Shanghai’s trendy Jing’An district unveils a contextually rooted, contemporary interpretation of a traditional Shanghai manor house typology.

The Bulgari Hotel In Beijing

The five-star Bulgari Hotel debuts at Genesis Beijing, giving visitors and city residents a taste of what’s to come at the progressive, mixed-use development designed by some mighty fine international minds.

Crossing Cultures

Transporting the famed Longrain restaurant, a modern Australian Thai concept, to Tokyo called for a clever visual twist at the hands of Luchetti Krelle, as Belinda Aucott reports.

Building a Happy Home

Architect Pat De Pont has designed a home for his brother and sister-in-law on family land full of memories. Andrea Stevens discovers a house that embodies a 60-year site history and goes beyond the normal requirements of a three-bedroom home.

Finding Luxury In Minimalism

Hotel Bocage, designed by Thai architect Duangrit Bunnag, delivers a refined vision of simplicity to Hua Hin’s waterfront.

The Binh Thanh House in Vietnam

The Binh Thanh House by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Sanuki and NISHIZAWAARCHITECTS adapts traditional Vietnamese architecture to construct an eternal yet contemporary home.




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