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    e-architect.co.uk 28 Feb '17, 8pm

    With airy pathways functioning like living social networks and porous façades of tropical vegetation, GARDEN CITY MEGA CITY makes the challenges of the emerging metropolis feel less like structural hurdles and more like stimuli for creative solutions. At a time of climbing urbanizatio...

  • Heatherwick Studio projects including The Hive in Singapore:

    Heatherwick Studio: Architects

    e-architect.co.uk 30 Oct '16, 6pm

    Thomas Heatherwick is one of the UK’s leading creative talents. Since establishing his design studio in 1994 Heatherwick and his colleagues have refused to be categorised within traditional boundaries and their work extends across art, architecture, product design and beyond. Today, a...

  • New Rolex Building by Kengo Kuma And Associates first Japanese #architecture in #Dallas

    New Rolex Building in Dallas

    e-architect.co.uk 12 Aug '15, 9am

    Leading brand of the Swiss watch industry, Rolex, headquartered in Geneva, enjoys an unrivalled reputation for quality and expertise the world over. Its Oyster watches, all certified as chronometers for their precision, are symbols of excellence, performance and prestige. Pioneer in t...

  • amazing Asian university building by Thomas Heatherwick: #architecture #singapore #asia

    Nanyang Technological University Learning Hub

    e-architect.co.uk 15 May '15, 9pm

    Founder and Principal Thomas Heatherwick, Heatherwick Studio says, “Heatherwick Studio’s first major new building in Asia has offered us an extraordinary opportunity to rethink the traditional university building. In the information age the most important commodity on a campus is soci...

  • No 2 in Sentosa Cove, Singapore

    e-architect.co.uk 14 Mar '16, 11am

    Facing a canal with a private boat berth at the rear, the home is designed with an abundance of water (a swimming pool and 4 ponds) and every room in the house has a view out to water or a garden space. The emphasis on water throughout the house isn’t just for aesthetic reasons though...

  • Ridgewood Condominium

    e-architect.co.uk 05 Feb '15, 5pm

    In those days, living in a condominium was associated with exclusivity and privacy, a prestigious address, an assortment of on-site facilities and amenities, as well as a more high-end style of living compared with the cookie-cutter type of public housing that was predominant in a you...

  • Beachyhead by Plettenberg Bay

    e-architect.co.uk 23 Jul '16, 2pm

    “From the beach, the building is expressed as a stone plinth, representing “earth”, with the bedroom spaces appearing to float over it,” noted Mias Claassens, architect at SAOTA and member of the project team. The upper bedroom wing is finished in a natural sand coating, a direct resp...

  • Singapore Sports Hub:

    Singapore Sports Hub

    e-architect.co.uk 23 Oct '16, 8am

    In terms of movement, the extensive walkable precinct at Sports Hub links directly to local pedestrian and cycle networks and to Singapore’s island-wide park connector system, providing excellent connectivity to the wider city centre waterfront, to Gardens by the Bay and to surroundin...