Haworth celebrated the Lunar New Year and the opening of its new Hong Kong showroom in Wanchai on Thursday 12 January. It was a gold-themed party, complete with Oriental fans, a DJ, and a feng shui master who gave out tips and advice for 2012!
February 1st, 2012
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Whether it’s enhancing the sculptural volumes of the Cass Bay House, or creating a Piet Mondrian-like geometrical feature across the Pegasus Bay’s Esplanade Home, Neolith helps Massimiliano Capocaccia Architecture Studio augment the imaginative language of these coastal dwellings.
According to Le Corbusier, the struggle for it underpins the history of architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright described it as a “beautifier of buildings”. And Motoko Ishii famously equated it to life itself. Indispensable, life-affirming and metamorphic, light underpins all architectural and design efforts.
Woven Image’s new Fuji acoustic ceiling solutions demonstrate that creating a quiet space does not need to come at the cost of its aesthetic appeal.
Rather than relegating learning to only classrooms, Henning Larsen’s Hong Kong studio has designed the entire French International School of Hong Kong as a playground for exploration, education and eco-friendliness.
The Melbourne Rectangular Stadium is not far from completion, and the project continues to gain a great deal of international attention.
Corian® from DuPont™ now adds a Global GreenTag® certification to its impressive list of credentials.
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The auditorium was full, the vibe electric and the winners truly outstanding last night at the INDE.Awards Gala. Scroll the Indo Pacific’s most outstanding projects and people, here.
Leanne Amodeo rounds up our top 5 emerging designers and design studios – each producing projects that prove Australia really does have some of the best design talent in the world.
Indoor landscape meets animated digital lighting in Mosu Hong Kong by LAAB. Join us as we savour the interiors of this Korean restaurant.
In the regions, architects and those interested in the built environment are pooling their knowledge to help affect change. Jan Henderson introduces us to the Regional Architecture Association and what it does.