Tag: Asia-pacific region
At The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane, held on 13 March 2020, eight speakers reflected on the theme of water, refracting their architectural output through its unifying, yet mutable, lens.
Billed as “the word’s most significant” competition of its kind, the Lafarge Holcim Awards, will accept entries until February 2020.
Phillip Nielsen reviews the 2018 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum, which took place at venues across Brisbane from 10 to 23 March.
A preview of the February 2018 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
The 2018 Landscape Australia conference, to be held on 5 May in Sydney, will present six design practices from across the Asia-Pacific that are creatively and optimistically tackling the complex challenges of the twenty-first century.
The 2018 Architecture Symposium will bring together 12 built environment practitioners from across the Asia Pacific region for a one-day event that explores the future of architecture in the region.
Singapore-based practice WOHA have won the Bronze award in the Asia-Pacific division of the annual Lafarge Holcim Awards.
A one-day symposium with speakers from a range of countries in the Asia Pacific, presented as part of the 2017 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum.
Grimshaw Architects is part of the team that won an international design competition for an equine-themed park in Yeongcheon.
The Chinese government has released a guideline proscribing odd-shaped buildings described as “xenocentric” and “weird.”
The Indonesian city’s $US40b project will incorporate a 40km seawall to protect Jakarta as it sinks up to 20cm every year.
Fifty-two Chinese and international built environment firms commit to ensuring new projects adhere to low-carbon standards.
A design for Taiwan by a group including Zaha Hadid will be the world’s longest single-tower, asymmetric cable-stayed bridge.