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Nature in the Kuala Lumpur sky at Lloyd’s Inn

Nature in the Kuala Lumpur sky at Lloyd’s Inn

Third in the series of boutique hotels under the Lloyd’s Inn brand, Lloyd’s Inn Kuala Lumpur bring the immediacy of nature to the new high-rise hospitality experience in the heart of a bustling city.

Pillars of workplace design and campus master-planning in India

Pillars of workplace design and campus master-planning in India

Focusing on facade and green design, this pair of office blocks is designed to meet the most contemporary demands of workplace design.

A whole new meaning to the term ‘walled garden’ with RAD+ar in Indonesia

A whole new meaning to the term ‘walled garden’ with RAD+ar in Indonesia

The latest iteration of Tanatap deploys walls as a key architectural device to create both a cooler microclimate and elevated spatial experience.

Naturally minimal: The Kowloon Bay workplace balancing technology with wellbeing

Naturally minimal: The Kowloon Bay workplace balancing technology with wellbeing

SEE HOW GROUP has completed Ricoh HK with an emphasis on wellbeing, integrated technology and an overall tone of understatement.

Buddhist meditation and bamboo with Vo Trong Nghia

Buddhist meditation and bamboo with Vo Trong Nghia

The Vietnamese architect discusses insatiable construction markets and dwindling urban ecologies. For the latter, he recommends bamboo; for the former, meditation.

Individual moments of joy inside the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion

Individual moments of joy inside the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion

If the LANDMARK by Lexus pavilion has previously been about electrifying the senses, more recently Lexus Australia stepped out of the fast lane with a highly curated, slowed-down approach.

T.C.L comment: Unlocking the potential of Brisbane’s creek catchments

T.C.L comment: Unlocking the potential of Brisbane’s creek catchments

Deb Robbins, T.C.L Brisbane Studio principal, shares her vision for a series of catchment ‘corridors’ to unify the city.

Natural Habitat: The biophilic office with Adam Cornish and District

Natural Habitat: The biophilic office with Adam Cornish and District

Adam Cornish and District present Habitat, where nature and the indoors perfectly align for the workplace.

Buildings Breakthrough at COP28: Q&A with David Ness

Buildings Breakthrough at COP28: Q&A with David Ness

UniSA Professor David Ness played a key role in a UN report on CO2 emissions relating to buildings, construction and urban growth which underpins the Buildings Breakthrough official launch at COP28 in Dubai.

Five of the best landscape architecture practices

Five of the best landscape architecture practices

Landscape architecture is enjoying a rise in prominence. Today, it’s taking a seat at the design table from the very beginning of a project, so we bring you some of the leading practices.

Koichi Takada on nature, luxury and his latest collaboration with Lexus

Koichi Takada on nature, luxury and his latest collaboration with Lexus

As LANDMARK by Lexus returns for its sixth iteration, Sydney-based Japanese architect Koichi Takada is reflecting on the place of nature in design.

Working for good, designing for better with lyth Design in Delhi

Working for good, designing for better with lyth Design in Delhi

As a practitioner, INDE.Awards juror Apoorva Shroff of lyth Design is pushing the design boundaries and doing it with aplomb. The latest project from the studio is beautiful in its aesthetic and appropriate in both function and form, truly supporting those who work to better the community.