What role can art, and in particular public art, play in making an area more desirable? This question might seem like an academic exercise, but it has become a pertinent topic of discussion for property developers and investors. Kia Knight, Founder and Director of 1-of-1 Art Group, discusses further.
An ultra-modern development has taken its layout from a classic design inspiration – which has signified premium urban living since the days of the Roman Empire.
Zaha Hadid Architects and A_Lab have won the architectural competition to design the Fornbuporten and Fornebu Senter stations, two of the six stations planned for the new Fornebubanen metro line in Oslo.
Award-winning architect and interior design practice gpad london has completed Stylus, a high-end office redevelopment in the St. Luke’s conservation area in Old Street. Dating from 1886, the facade is the only original feature retained.
Following its ‘Urban Lung’ project that embellished the pages of June’s issue, Yaoundé-based firm HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates returns to this month’s issue with another feast for the eyes, Fine Flower – Dubai Heart; which is set to be the largest leisure park in the world.