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Kinuta Terrace Apartments

Emerged from shared design values, the collaboration between Tokyo-native design studio, Keiji Ashizawa and Copenhagen-based Norm Architects takes its root in mutual admiration and a love for material richness and timeless appeal evident in both design traditions.

Meriwee by Templeton Architecture

Retaining the optimistic façade and the generosity of the front rooms, Templeton have renovated and added to the simple form of this original, Art Deco dwelling. The concept is driven by the format, repetition and tactile quality of the bricks, which also offers unique, decorative design possibilities.

Chloé by Templeton Architecture

Chloe is a romantic name meaning ‘young green growth’. Chosen to acknowledge ‘new growth’ in the form of the extension to the established federation home. Gracefully attaching to the original dwelling, the pavilion offers a new direction to live while regenerating the existing; creating a dwelling that is whole.

100 Years Of Bauhaus

Bauhaus is mostly associated with design and architecture — with pragmatic functionalism, geometric shapes and primary colors that would finally say goodbye to nostalgic ornaments and historical references. The catastrophic experiences of WWI motivated the Bauhauslers to rethink life, society and the everyday world radically…

K House by AIM Architecture and Norm Architects

AIM Architecture and Norm Architects have completed an exclusive villa resort in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka–a secluded beach front property surrounded by lush greenery and breath-taking views, with the architecture effortlessly blending in to the nature with large openings, soft transitions and natural materials.

Sunyata: The Poetics of Emptiness

Presented at the Venice Biennale, The Indonesia Pavilion 2018 : Sunyata's intent was to use the potential in maintaining a certain design approach based on day-to-day architectural work throughout in Indonesia — where collaboration between the architects and the craftsmen is a constant practice.