All Projects



16 Sep 2010

Hotel Sorella is the “jewel” of CITYCENTRE, a pedestrian-oriented mixed-use development that replaces an obsolete Houston shopping mall. The 244-key hotel is situated at the intersection of pedestrian paths and vistas and serves as the backdrop to a new urban park, providing a destination and hub of activity for residents and visitors. The hotel opened in 2009 in the midst of the economic

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Hunter Douglas

15 Sep 2010

The £40m Wates redevelopment and refurbishment of Chelmsley Wood Shopping centre sees the creation of an additional 128,000 sq ft of retail space including a new Supermarket, refurbished Malls and new entrances. The internal and external ceiling areas feature 800m2 of Hunter Douglas 300c Linear aluminium panels suitable for both applications. The long panel lengths of the Wide Panel range are

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Antonino Cardillo architect

14 Sep 2010

Sergio Rossi ephemeral store in Milan designed by Antonino Cardillo Sergio Rossi and Wallpaper* collaborate to launch Mens Footwear World Tour, and open a new temporary store in Milan timed to coincide with Salone del Mobile 2010. This transient concept has been realised by one of Italy’s youngest and critically acclaimed architectural talents, Antonino Cardillo. He has drawn

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Coffinier Ku Design

14 Sep 2010

Coffinier Kudesign’s task was to create a modern oasis in the middle of Soho that incorporates traditional design elements in a contemporary setting. “Our clients purchased a 4300 square foot art gallery with 14 foot ceilings. They are a young couple and had some wonderful dreams about the space. One of the couple grew up in Europe and wanted to incorporate some of a grand flavour of

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Jonathan Woolf architects

10 Sep 2010

Collaboration between Jonathan Woolf architects and Bharat Patel resulted in two typical 1940’s semis in a north London suburb being restructured to create a 7,500 sqft house for an extended family of eleven people. The practice of combining dwellings in this fashion is commonplace in some communities in the UK, although largely on an ad hoc basis and seldom from an architectural standpoint.

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