Central Park 3 redefines the way we look at urban development and has set a high standard for eco-friendly, holistic living in India.
Ronald Lu and Partners shares proven eco-friendly design solutions that help architects create buildings that are capable of responding to the environmental crisis.
This upcoming hotel champions adaptive reuse and seeks to be an example of how the hospitality sector can serve the community at large.
Created for use by eight owners and their trusted friends, Sumu Yakushima applies regenerative architecture to reconceptualise the relationship between human habitation and nature.
Set to launch later this year, The Greenhouse at Dulwich College Singapore designed by DP Architects and DP Sustainable Design contributes to Singapore’s Green Building Masterplan.
INDESIGN Luminary, Patrick Keane, dovetails artisanal crafts with digital fabrication to produce sustainable projects at a substantial scale.
The sustainably built Bara Bridge replaces a decaying pedestrian bridge and connects the park to a new light rail station, broader pedestrian/cycle networks and surrounding suburbs.
The Zhuhai Hengqin Supercomputing Centre will be a neo-futuristic landmark upon completion.
Fender Katsalidis partner, Nicky Drobis, was recently on a panel discussing adaptive reuse and its potential to redefine our cities’ skylines. She outlines 3 ways our cities can increase adoption of adaptive reuse projects.
Tina Qiu discusses PLP Architecture’s life-centric approach, research-based design and commitment to innovation.
ONG&ONG and Nic Graham & Assoc . unveil a hotel experience paying homage to local heritage and tropical landscape in the middle of the bustling Orchard Road district.