• Tea Time

    Tea Time

    T-bar has been born as a tearoom by Dos G Arquitectos. Over the years it has evolved extending the offer to its customers and becoming a “natural fast food” franchise.  A new concept was required in order to open a new branch in the banking centre of Panama, it had to make clear the origins

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  • The Grand Boutique Resort

    The Grand Boutique Resort

    Multidisciplinary architecture and brand development agency GeoID were responsible for bringing to life Turkey’s “Grand Boutique Resort”, the Maxx Royal Kemer Resort. Located on the beaches on Antalya at the foothills of the Taurus Mountains, the resort’s unique design concept was strongly influenced by the four elements of the universe. GeoID used this source of

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  • Focusing on Form

    Focusing on Form

    Nulty+ has recently completed work on the lighting scheme for the new 37,000 sq ft retail space the Body Studio in Selfridges. The new retail concept within the London flagship store is completely dedicated to women’s body wear. Working closely with the team at Selfridges and the interior architects Neri & Hu, Nulty+ created the iconic

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  • Going to the Chapel

    Going to the Chapel

    Housed in a red brick structure that used to be a chapel for a military hospital in the Groen Kwartier in Antwerp, ‘The Jane’ is the brainchild of Michelin Star Chef Sergio Herman and Nick Bril conceived with the collaboration of Piet Boon architects. With Piet Boon’s intent on investing in the artisanal feel of

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  • RIBA to open new national architecture centre in Liverpool

    RIBA to open new national architecture centre in Liverpool

    The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will open a new national architecture centre, RIBA North, in August on the Waterfront in Liverpool. The new centre will offer architecture exhibitions, talks and tours and a new café and shop. The new cultural destination will offer perspectives on the built environment to architecture and design enthusiasts,

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  • And for their next trick…

    And for their next trick…

    HLM has won an international ideas competition to design a new Circus School in Moscow. The competition, run by Concours d’Architecture, was to design a contemporary space for aspiring circus performers, taking into account the special requirements of a circus, as well as the urban context and impact of the building. Belinda Ercan and Maryam

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  • Zaha Hadid, 1950 – 2016

    Zaha Hadid, 1950 – 2016

    Architect’s Choice is saddened to hear of the passing of Dame Zaha Hadid, a brilliant architect and visionary for the modern world. Zaha Hadid Architects released news that Dame Zaha Hadid died suddenly in Miami in the early hours of Thursday morning (31st March 2016). She had contracted bronchitis earlier in the week and suffered

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  • BDP completes work at Thomas More Square

    BDP completes work at Thomas More Square

    BDP has recently completed a major £30m upgrade to the principal office building and public realm at Thomas More Square in London. Thomas More Square is a commercial development built originally in the 1980’s. It consists of a number of office buildings near St Katherine’s dock, and is connected by a large area of public

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  • Experiment with Architecture

    Experiment with Architecture

    The sixth International Conference on Competitions (ICC), examining experimentation within architecture competitions, will take place at Leeds Beckett University later this year and is calling for research papers to be presented at the prestigious event. Dr Maria Theodorou, Senior Lecturer in Architecture at Leeds Beckett University and organiser of the conference, explained: “The purpose of ICC

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