From projects like a cultural centre stitched together from 16 structures and carefully crafted hotels and homes, to think pieces about the future of the city and what can we learn from Burning Man, here are our Top 10 most-read stories of 2018!
December 31st, 2018
We are just a few hours away from 2019! Here we’ve rounded up 10 most-read stories in 2018, and the result is diverse, from projects like cultural centre stitched together fr0m 16 structures and carefully crafted hotels and homes, to think pieces about the future of the city and what can we learn from a festival hosted in the middle of the desert. Click on the titles to read the full feature!
Herzog & de Meuron stitch together 16 structures and breathe new life into the iconic Hong Kong Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison.
An authority on urban regeneration, HASSELL’s Global Head of Urban Design and Urban Futures David Tickle shares his insights on shaping our cities into meaningful, sustainable spaces.
Piero Lissoni designed the darkly glamorous new addition to the Swire Hotels’ House Collective. Here, he talks about bringing an Italian perspective to a China-based hotel.
The Fairyland Playscape installation was a mountainous playscape for all ages. We speak to Groundwork’s Manfred Yuen about why it’s important for architecture to be toy-like.
Singapore-headquartered LTW Designworks used the ancient Silk Road trading route as inspiration for the design of the Grand Hyatt Xi’An in central China.
In a penthouse abutting Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak, Brewin Design Office ensures that the luxury of light, nature and space is felt at every turn.
China-based designer PAL has created ultra-modern show flats with bright, clean lines and futuristic curves for UNStudio’s vertical living pods in Wenzhou.
Designed by Andrew Bromberg at Aedas, the terminus station of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link has opened to the public.
In which we take a look through the design lens at two of the stellar installations from 2018’s extraordinary burn.
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Tipped to become Australia’s most densely populated precinct, Sydney’s Green Square required a truly memorable gesture for its community hub. The Library and Plaza redefines the meaning of architectural literacy with its incredibly visual and graphic structures. And it also happened to snag INDE Gold in The Learning Space category, partnered with Living Edge.