KARESANSUI Hotel reimagines an ancient, mountain-bound town in Yunnan, China, as an interwoven landscape of Tibetan-style hostel buildings, framed by open sky.
The humble breeze block was for a time beloved, and then forgotten. In Frame House by Red Bean Architects, its many valuable qualities suitable especially for the tropical climate, are appreciated once again.
“Our role as long-term creative partners is to adapt to – and forecast – our clients changing needs,” says architect Kelvin Ho on the relaunch of his design studio, Akin Atelier.
A bold reconfiguration in the layout of a generous 5-room apartment in Singapore by Nitton Architects completely transforms this flat into a family home.
The existing inner city architectural and community context has been the driver of the design of the Short Lane apartments by Woods Bagot.
Clinton Cole thinks that the architecture industry has fundamentally twisted priorities. Habitus talks true sustainability with the principal of architecture and construction firm CPlusC.
“Collaboration might be the most overused word of our time but maybe it’s just a grown up way of saying let’s play together,” says Sarah-Jane Pyke at the most recent Perspectives speaker event.
If you moved from an apartment in Hong Kong to a single residence in Sydney, what would you look forward to most? Space, sunlight, fresh air, outdoors, nature?
Sydney architect Daniel Boddam, care of the very modern Mosman Residence designed and built for a young family of four, showcases the extent to which architecture and design can enhance the way we live.