“My worry is that when we talk about ESG, we’re often referring to the need to better care for the planet, for outdoor environments. But what about the indoors?” In this exclusive Q&A with UNStudio’s Ben van Berkel, he puts a new lens on ESG, and talks about designing STH BNK By Beulah with Cox.
A progressive tech campus for the Silicon Valley of India is under construction in Bangalore to a master plan design by UNStudio.
Are you heading over to Hong Kong for the Business of Design Week this December? Here’s a quick wrap of what you can expect to see and hear this year.
Ben Van Berkel of UNStudio is changing the way your children will learn. Discover how architecture has revolutionised knowledge sharing.
“The concept [of Green Spine] is about ‘how can this be an opportunity for Southbank?’ We looked at how Southbank is developing with huge density and we tried to break through that and create more openness,” shares Caroline Bos of UNStudio on the design of the winning tower for the $2b Southbank by Beulah development.
UNStudio is a global practice with a strong foothold in Asia. Caroline Bos, founding partner of the studio, was recently in Melbourne to present a proposal for Southbank by Beulah and opened up about changing technology and the changing gender gap in architecture and design.
Vertical cities in the sky, deconstructed boxes and ample greening – six widely varying designs with similar themes have been revealed in the Southbank by Beulah competition.
Wouldn’t mind having a work by UNStudio in your backyard? Filipino prefab company Revolution Precrafted has released a digitally developed, hand-woven pavilion designed by Ben van Berkel.
Are bio-responsive offices the next step forward in workplace design? Two proposals by Carlo Ratti Associati and UNStudio suggest our workspaces could and should evolve in such a direction.
UNStudio is known as an innovator of digital technology with architecture. A recently completed shopping mall in Shanghai by the Dutch studio, Lane 189, offers an opportunity to explore formal complexity and a deep integration of façade and interior space – all inspired by art and science.