It’s often said that great architecture should complement its environment, so here are some wonderful examples of buildings that work with, rather than against, their locations. Which one is your favorite?
Water towers can be seen across the world. As more modern and technological forms of water harvesting have now taken their place, in many cases they’ve fallen out of use, gently degrading and serving only as a visual reminder of former times. However, visionary designers and architects are transforming old structures and occasionally creating new ones. Here are some of our favourite projects.
Art that stimulates all our senses deliver a more profound experience and these three exhibitions bring together both physical art and sound to create fantastically engaging, playful and particularly in the case of the final piece, thought-provoking, work.
Public art is ubiquitous. So much so that it can be all too easy to walk right past beautiful and sometimes iconic structures that mark a point in history. However, forward-thinking organisations increasingly understand how to harness the creativity of artists, designers, and architects to create public art for the greater good that helps them drive home messages of charity, politics or sustainability, to name but a few.
This blog takes a closer look at a selection of cutting–edge restaurants where chefs, designers, and architects have collaborated to bring together extremely creative approaches in a bid to offer customer multi–layered dining experiences.
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