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WOHA designs a truly green pavilion for Expo Dubai 2020

05-10-2021

WOHA designs a truly green pavilion for Expo Dubai 2020

Singapore-based architecture firm WOHA, known for its green architecture many years before forests on towers became fashionable, has designed Singapore's pavilion for the World Expo 2020 in Dubai. The pavilion is a prototype that demonstrates how the built environment can coexist with nature.

The sustainable design of ADDP Architects’ new Seaside Residences towers in Singapore

08-09-2021

The sustainable design of ADDP Architects’ new Seaside Residences towers in Singapore

Award-winning studio ADDP Architects of Singapore has completed The Seaside Residences, a complex incorporating 841 residential units and two retail spaces in four 27-storey towers. The project reconciles seaside living with urban density in a highly sustainable project.

Büro Ole Scheeren’s DUO in Singapore, a sustainable tower awarded the CTBUH Award

07-06-2021

Büro Ole Scheeren’s DUO in Singapore, a sustainable tower awarded the CTBUH Award

The DUO complex in Singapore, designed by Büro Ole Scheeren, has been presented with the Council of Tall Buildings’ Urban Habitat Award 2021 in the Single Site category. Every year, the prestigious award is given in recognition of a vertical urban habitat that fits well into its environmental and cultural surroundings, where public space is an important element of the project itself.

<strong>GREEN URBAN OASES</strong><br />

28-04-2021

GREEN URBAN OASES

“When you are able to look at the world without seeing it simply as the playing field of the man, you can notice the ubiquity of the plants. They are everywhere and their adventures inevitably intertwine with ours”,--Stefano Mancuso.

CTBUH announces the finalists for the 10 Year Award

18-03-2021

CTBUH announces the finalists for the 10 Year Award

The "10 Year Award" is one of the most interesting awards presented at the Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, an annual event organised by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. This year’s award will be assigned to skyscrapers built in 2010 and 2011, now ten years old, in order to determine their actual impact on other, similar constructions and how they have withstood the test of time. The list of finalists for the 2021 award naturally includes the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, two authentic icons of contemporary architecture.

CTBUH names Urban Habitat Award Excellence Projects

17-02-2021

CTBUH names Urban Habitat Award Excellence Projects

In preparation for the 2021 edition of the Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, set to take place online on May 18 to 20 of this year, the CTBUH (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat) revealed the winning “excellence” projects in various categories of its prestigious awards. After the buildings have been categorised according to height, the new excellence winners are skyscrapers selected for the technological and construction aspects adopted, for their intended use or for the Urban Habitat category.

Winners of the 2021 CTBUH Best Tall Building Awards

25-01-2021

Winners of the 2021 CTBUH Best Tall Building Awards

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat recently announced the annual Best Tall Building Award of Excellence Winners in a number of categories. Koichi Takada Architects’ Arc in Sydney, Sou Fujimoto, Nicolas Laisné and Oxo Architects’ White Tree in Montpellier, France, Heatherwick Studiop’s Eden in Singapore, Studio Gang’s MIRA Tower in San Francisco, WOHA’s Sky Green in Taichung, Taiwan, Zaha Hadid Architects Leeza SOHO in Beijing and One Thousand Museum in Miami, and Safdie Architects’ Raffles City Chongqing in the Chinese city of the same name are only a few of the skyscrapers selected by CTBUH that have been described in Floornature.

Singapore Institute of Architects announces winners of the Architectural Design Awards 2020

21-12-2020

Singapore Institute of Architects announces winners of the Architectural Design Awards 2020

The Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) recently published the list of winners of the 19th edition of the Architectural Design Awards 2020. The prizes are awarded to projects designed by SIA members divided into 6 categories and evaluated by a jury that selects the 20 Design Awards and the 11 Merit Awards, plus two special Buildings of the Year prizes which, for this 2020 edition went to the Jewel Changi Airport designed by Safdie Architects and the Sky Green tower designed by WOHA Architects.

RAPPU by OWIU, a new venue in the historical fabric of Singapore

02-12-2020

RAPPU by OWIU, a new venue in the historical fabric of Singapore

RAPPU, in Singapore’s lively Tanjong Pagar district, is the latest project by OWIU Studio. The venue is a new omakase sushi bar concept by The Feather Blade group. A project that rehabilitates the historic building and offers striking design worthy of the largest restaurant of its kind in Singapore.

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