Buzz (September 2016)
CP Kukreja Architects have been selected to design the master plan for Bandar Malaysia, an upcoming business district in Greater Kuala Lumpur. Bandar Malaysia will cover 200 million sq ft of gross floor area, spread over 500 acres, and CPKA is the only Indian firm among the five international architecture firms selected to design the project. Other firms include the famed SOM, Zaha Hadid Architects, Atkins and Ove Arup.
Design of Harmony
If you look at the historical chronicles of travellers and traders, you will find that harbours play an important role in the scheme of things.
Sky is the limit
With over 20 years of experience, China-based CRG Architects is a leading design company with projects in China, Nigeria, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Spain. The firm has displayed a keen sense of creativity, innovation and passion towards the craft.
Nested at the foot of the Luo Fu Shan mountain range in China, North of Sichuan, Ruff Well Water Resort effectively merges the boundaries between the outdoors and indoors. With the need to offer a soothing wellness experience, AIM Architecture's brainchild, the 2.4 hectare Chinese country¡side retreat's geographic terrain posed a unique challenge to them.
Fairs and Lovely
Expos, exhibitions and fairs are the best places to get your hands on unique designs and invaluable pieces. From China to Miami, and from posh luxuries to locally curated masterpieces, the number of events housing such is ever increasing. We list a few festivals that every architect and interior designer must visit for a life-changing global experience.
Danish architecture firm Godefroy Tang has designed the Cube Tower, which houses the opera house in Foshan city, China.
Dramz, owned and designed by Sunil Aggarwal, offers a different interior than any whisky lounge in the capital. It was over a pint of whisky in Singapore that businessman Sunil Aggarwal decided to open a whisky bar and lounge in New Delhi.
Five iconic steel buildings in the world
Besides being aesthetically pleasing, steel offers strength and affordability that you cannot get from traditional construction materials. Plus, it’s much faster to erect. And structures made of steel can withstand extreme weather conditions and even earthquakes