Architects, designers, creatives & provocative thinkers.
Shohei Shigematsu, a Partner at OMA’s New York office, shares his observations on cities, today’s client-architect collaborations and how studying food culture influences his architectural approach.
“There’s a difference between a 10-minute ‘wow’ and a long-lived ‘wow’,” says Moshe Safdie, as he took us on a tour of Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore’s latest architectural wonder. We heard more from him and his team.
Taking its design practice up a notch has led Brewin Design Office to rethink how it works. Founder and Principal Robert Cheng talks about the challenges of maintaining a bespoke, architectural approach in the face of large-scale projects.
In just three years, Melbourne practice Studio Esteta has established itself as a presence to watch. We go behind the scenes to learn what makes these 2019 INDE.Awards’ The Prodigy nominees tick.
INDE.Awards 2019 The Prodigy nominees Nita Yuvaboon and Prow Puttorngul of Bangkok-based NITAPROW chart their progress from prestigious US architecture schools to one of the region’s emerging practices to watch.
There is a design studio in Adelaide that is quickly reshaping the entire design landscape of the city – meet studio -gram. And find out why the practice is one of our Prodigy nominees for the 2019 INDE.Awards
Studio Adjective sees design as a vehicle for storytelling. We look at founders Wilson Lee and Emily Ho’s trajectory as they’re nominated as a Prodigy in INDE.Awards 2019.
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