Fashions come and go, but elegant design remains as sought after as ever – as the rise of Italian home furnishing specialist Flexform shows.
A new sports destination is injecting pride to cricket in the Australian capital.
Martha is Dean at the IE University in Madrid, Executive Director of the Pritzker Architecture Prize since 2015, and Head Judge at the 2019 WAN Awards. In this excerpt she tells Michael Hammond about the importance of awards schemes within architecture.
Linda Morey-Burrows, Founder And Principal Director, MoreySmith shares her thoughts on interior design trends and examines what makes a good WIN Awards entry
These outstanding entries reflect a key element of architectural design: Envisioning and designing for the future.
These entries in the Hotels, bed-and-breakfast facilities and other overnight accommodation category of the 2019 WIN Awards reflect successful partnerships of comfort, care and design.
An artistic sanctuary, a three legged building for cancer care and pedestrians avoid 90,000 cars - life enhancing architecture for WAN Awards.
This week we take a look at some of the stunning entries that have come in for the Bars, restaurants, clubs and cafés category in this year’s WIN Awards.
As the final deadline for the 2019 WAN Awards on 25 June looms we've spoken to three WAN Awards judges; Femi Oresanya, Principal, HOK, Elaine Toogood, Senior Architect, MPA - The Concrete Centre and Jacqueline Beckingham, Global Creative Director, Benoy, to find out how they view the future of some elements of architecture and what they want to see in a perfect awards entry.
Sustainability is at the heart of the strategy: sprawling suburban campus turned into 325,000sq ft building by Perkins+Will and awarded the highest level of LEED certification available for sustainable buildings.