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KPF’s 18 Robinson skyscraper: green terraces over the city of Singapore

12-03-2021

KPF’s 18 Robinson skyscraper: green terraces over the city of Singapore

18 Robinson, designed by KPF, or Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, in Singapore’s Central Business District, has an unusual shape determined by the particular geometry of the lot it stands on and the need to comply with government restrictions. The green land sacrificed to construction is restored in the form of indoor and outdoor spaces accessible to the public, such as big open-air terraces establishing a visual dialogue with the city.

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.

The Line, installation by REgroup

30-09-2020

The Line, installation by REgroup

The Line is a temporary structure designed by REgroup architecture in rural, Northern California. The installation was designed for small events, from musical performances to weddings, and offers a new type of rural event space for the area. The minimal design is a direct result of a very tight budget and a strong desire to minimise its environmental impact.

Studio Schicketanz for Tehama Carmel: Clint Eastwood’s vision of sustainable luxury

22-07-2020

Studio Schicketanz for Tehama Carmel: Clint Eastwood’s vision of sustainable luxury

Studio Schicketanz is one of the most sought-after architectural studios on California’s Central Coast. The studio’s work, which has made great progress over the past thirty years along with its founder, Austrian architect Mary Ann Schicketanz, is a passionate, total, respectful celebration of the natural beauty of the Golden State.This is why in Tehama Carmel, a luxury sustainable real estate project envisioned by film star Clint Eastwood, two homeowners turned to the studio for the restyling and construction of a number of properties, all in refined taste with zero ecological impact.

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