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Firstword_Sept 2015
September 2015
It was a very special evening. The architectural and building industry turned out in full force to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the CONSTRUCTION WORLD ARCHITECT AND BUILDER AWARDS
Buzz
June 2015
Legoland Hotel launched in Florida is all set to make dreams of many children come true. With 5,000 mini Lego figures hanging near the lobby, 200 Lego models, and a massive Lego dragon with steaming nostrils and an 8-foot wing span greeting lodgers, the hotel is every kids paradise with rooms designed around Lego Pirate, Adventure, Castle and Friends´ themes.
Performing monotones
December 2014
Studio Osmosis creates luxurious interiors for a designer wear store in Benaras. The result is both arresting and inspiring. If the location is a luxury fashion store in Benaras and the object of retail is designer Indian wear, words like opulent
Designed To Thrill
October 2014
Architect Shigeru Ban designed a museum in Aspen, USA, that replicates the experience of skiing for its visitors, amidst the beauty of the surrounding mountains. The recipient of this year´s Pritzer Prize, Architect Shigeru Ban is known
First word
October 2014
The CWAB Awards were applauded as much for the process, theme, our fabulous winners who were there in full strength, as they were for the content. The platforms uniqueness in felicitating both architects and builders drew admiration and allowed for real industry dialogue to ensue.
Arty affair
September 2014
This year´s Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban has completed work on a new art gallery in American ski resort Aspen. The Japanese architect has designed a new home for the Aspen Art Museum, his first permanent museum building in America.
Buzz ( April 2014)
April 2014
Thanks to a reconstruction by French studio Moatti-Rivie`re Architects the first in 30 years the first floor of the Eiffel Tower will offer visitors the opportunity to host events and conferences 57 metres above the ground. The architects plan to transform this less visited 5,000 sq mt space into an attractive destination filled with restaurants, shops and event spaces.
Buzz ( April 2014)
April 2014
Thanks to a reconstruction by French studio Moatti-Rivie`re Architects the first in 30 years the first floor of the Eiffel Tower will offer visitors the opportunity to host events and conferences 57 metres above the ground. The architects plan to transform this less visited 5,000 sq mt space into an attractive destination filled with restaurants, shops and event spaces.
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