CLADmag 2019 issue 2
On the Cover: Daniel Libeskind
The latest on the museum for Humankind
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Editor's letter: New life for old infrastructure
Reusing obsolete infrastructure results in creative projects and more sustainable construction
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CLAD people: Andre Fu
Drawing on his childhood memories for the St Regis Hong Kong
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CLAD people: Madeleine Kessler and Manijeh Verghese
Ambitious plans for the British Pavilion at next year’s Venice Biennale
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CLAD news:
The latest news from around the world
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Interview: India Mahdavi
The ‘queen of colour’ on her nomadic childhood, being fearless and choosing the exact right shade of pink for the Sketch Gallery restaurant
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Interview: Maria Warner Wong
Creating spaces that connect their users to the natural world can help protect the planet, argues WOW Architects’ co founder
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News feature: Ngaren museum
Professor Richard Leakey has enlisted Daniel Libeskind to create an extraordinary museum of humankind in the rugged Kenyan landscape
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Interview: Mikyoung Kim
The Boston-based landscape architect on blending art and science to design creative spaces that bring communities closer
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New Opening: River retreat
With a rich history, a unique location and a spa on a floating barge, the newly opened Monkey Island Estate was worth the wait
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Urban Development: A new skyline
As New York’s newest neighbourhood takes shape, we check out the buildings of Hudson Yards and speak to SOM’s David Childs
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CLADmag 2019 issue 2
On the Cover: Daniel Libeskind
The latest on the museum for Humankind

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Restoration: Designing with soul
BrunelloCucinelli has madehisfortune from cashmere and has used hiswealthto restoreandrevive theItalian hamlet he callshome. Wefindout more
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Urban Regeneration: New life
FromLA'sRiver Projectto thetransformationof NewYork’s Erie CanalBuro Happold'sAliceShay explores some of the world's mostinnovativeadaptivereuseprojects
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Wellness: Hidden treasure
KimMegsonvisitstheaward-winning ChabléYucatánResort&Spa
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Wellness: Living well
A lookat thegrowingwellness lifestyle realestatemarketin the MiddleEast and North Africa
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Culture: Book club
How excitingnewprojects arechanging theface oflibrarydesign
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Sport: A new dawn
Tom Walker exploresthe storybehind TottenhamHotspur’sgroundbreakingnew footballstadium
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Last word: Robert Henke
Onthecreationofthenew boutiqueHolmesHotelLondon
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Company profile: GOCO Hospitality
The specialists in designing, developing and operating spa and wellness spaces.
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CLAD people: Jean Nouvel
Jean Nouvel Architect
"It has spaces inside that exist nowhere else"

On the National Museum of Qatar

CLAD people: Kanye West
West announced the donation to the Roden Crater after a recent visit
"We will all live in Turrell spaces one day"

Musician Kanye West to help fund the still unfinished Roden Crater, designed by American artist James Turrell

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features
The Battersea Power Station site is currently being redeveloped
"Infrastructure is the manifestation of our collective investment in the functioning of our urban places"

FromLA'sRiver Projectto thetransformationof NewYork’s Erie CanalBuro Happold'sAliceShay explores some of the world's mostinnovativeadaptivereuseprojects

A large mural behind the bar acts as a focal point for the room
Fu has a masters in architecture from Cambridge University
"I wanted to go deeper than the stereotypical concept of lanterns, junks and temples"

Drawing on his childhood memories for the St Regis Hong Kong

The fog sculpture at 140 West Plaza in Downtown Chapel Hill, US
Mikyoung Kim
"Nature isn’t rigid. It’s open-ended; that’s its beauty"

The Boston-based landscape architect on blending art and science to design creative spaces that bring communities closer

features
Bos studied history of art in London and urban and regional planning at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands
"I like art that is against the mainstream, slightly off, with a twist"

UNStudio’s co-founder on the unexpected challenges of designing Australia’s tallest skyscraper

WeWork opened its first gym, Rise by We, in New York last year
Dror Benshetrit and Di-Ann Eisnor will head up the team
"We will work to fuse nature, design, technology, and community in our cities in order to measurably improve the lives of citizens"

High profile design hirings for the We Company

A large sheltered, open air canopy is key to the design. It will host a variety of activities
"Like other cultural institutions, libraries provide something that the internet cannot: genuine human interaction"

How excitingnewprojects arechanging theface oflibrarydesign

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Featured Supplier: Crown overhaul changing rooms at Saunton Sands spa
Saunton Sands Hotel in Devon, UK, has completed a £2m expansion of its spa and wellness facilities.
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Lauren Heath-Jones
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The collection consists of three smaller collections: Weave, Strip and Lapp. Weave was inspired by 'the fluid lines of Zaha Hadid's sketching hand'
Lauren Heath-Jones
Zaha Hadid Design has partnered with porcelain manufacturer Rosenthal to create a new collection of vases. Called the Lapp collection, ...
David Rockwell partners with Jim Thompson for dream-inspired fabric collection
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Lauren Heath-Jones
Renowned architect David Rockwell has created a collection of fabrics with long-time collaborator Jim Thompson. Called Dreams, the collection was ...
Volvo partners with Reef Lab Designs to encourage ocean biodiversity
The tiles are made from marine-grade concrete and recycled plastic fibres
Lauren Heath-Jones
Car manufacturer Volvo has partnered with the Sydney Institute of Marine Science and Reef Design Lab to create an environmentally-friendly ...