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Torre Ai by HW-STUDIO
A pause among the noisy symphony of forms within any city
Sticks Collection by Vibia
A lighting Toolkit for Boundless Spaces
The new headquarter of HKPI by Design Systems Ltd.
New office design in Hong Kong boosts openness and a new level of consciousness within a concrete jungle
Casa no Vale das Videiras by Rodrigo Simão Arquitetura
Integrate with the nature through the shape, materials and colors
Building T – New building of the Faculty for the study of Social Studies on campus Schoonemeersen at University HOGENT by SADAR+VUGA
A new type of school environment, as a hybrid studyscape
Rejuvenation of Shajing Ancient Fair Project, China by ARCity Office
Reshape the spatial-temporal heterogeneity of Shajing
Le Cheng Kindergarten in the old city of Beijing has been completed by MAD
(Only in Chinese) Tension between new and old giving new life to the architecture
Antwerp Education Council by HUB
Combination of new and old materials achieves zero energy consumption of the building
M campus, China by AIM
Work and life on the urban edge, creating cohesion between two contrasting identities
Farstadsanden – Norwegian Scenic Routes by Rever & Drage
A Scenic Routes.
La Petite by Bone Studio
An intimate haven with a sense of coherence — one with equal emphasis on the inner and outer spaces.
YOYO – Permanent light art installation by Brut Deluxe
Visual representation of pop culture and social media
Wangjing Vanke Time Square, Beijing, China by UV Architecture
New urban space fused commercial, office, exhibition and culture creativity
D.H. Chen Foundation Gallery, China by Assemble Studio
Story of the cotton industry in Hong Kong
PeaceBird Fashion Centre, China by Daniel Statham Architects
Soaring upwards like a bird
Linping Sports Park Rest station, Hangzhou, China by CCTN Architectural Design
Public washroom blends into the nature
NIO Tianjin Flagship Store by Raams Architecture Studio
Ten different programs within a continuous space.
Rolling Stock Yard by Squire & Partners
Drawing on King’s Cross station to create multi-functional office space.