From concrete Tokyo to Brutalist Sydney, Blue Crow Media provides a way into new cities — or perhaps a closer look at familiar ones — for the architectural connoisseur, especially those with a keen interest in the twentieth century history.
Following recent award wins for Brookfield Place Sydney, Make has also been recognised for a landmark workplace project in London. At 80 Charlotte Street, you’ll find architecture in tune with its surroundings.
Gillian Serisier rounds up 5 outstanding examples of poured concrete structures. Prepare to be wowed by seamless stretches of materiality.
Set into a hillside in Japan, the concrete bunker aesthetic of this winery, designed by Wonderwall, belies a fastidious approach to wine-making that defines its layout.
Designed by AIM Architecture, online cosmetic brand Harmay’s first brick-and-mortar store in Hong Kong is a curious, delightful counterpoint to the transactional straightforwardness of online shopping.
Adam Kane Architects brings its signature minimalist aesthetics to a retail environment, creating an elegant space for brides to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
An Italian pasta bar in Melbourne’s CBD by Biasol Design drew design inspiration from the likes of ancient Rome and the modern, culture hub that Melbourne itself has developed.
Semi-submerged below the ground Café Oriente in Seoul, designed by Labotory harmonises traditional Korean aesthetics with a minimalist approach.
With the recent opening of The Calile Hotel – Richards & Spence’s latest addition to the James Street precinct they helped to revitalise – we thought it was time to sit down with the practice to explore its unique and transformative approach to design.