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Making mid-century modern sculpture go green in London

Making mid-century modern sculpture go green in London

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.

Concrete revolution – 5 ground breaking poured concrete structures

Concrete revolution – 5 ground breaking poured concrete structures

Gillian Serisier rounds up 5 outstanding examples of poured concrete structures. Prepare to be wowed by seamless stretches of materiality.

Wonderwall designs a Japanese winery ‘bunker’ inspired by winemaking

Wonderwall designs a Japanese winery ‘bunker’ inspired by winemaking

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.

Online offline: AIM Architecture’s retail journey for Harmay

Online offline: AIM Architecture’s retail journey for Harmay

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.

Minimalist retail by Adam Kane Architects

Minimalist retail by Adam Kane Architects

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.

A slice of Italy in Melbourne: Biasol’s Pentolina

A slice of Italy in Melbourne: Biasol’s Pentolina

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.

A subterranean café in Seoul

A subterranean café in Seoul

Semi-submerged below the ground Café Oriente in Seoul, designed by Labotory harmonises traditional Korean aesthetics with a minimalist approach.

Richards & Spence’s jewel in the crown: The Calile Hotel

Richards & Spence’s jewel in the crown: The Calile Hotel

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.