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Ed Bakos

Bakos joined Champalimaud in December 2012. He previously worked for the Rockwell Group
It’s time for a different approach to sustainable design, the managing director of Champalimaud tells Magali Robathan
Champalimaud was founded by Alexandra Champalimaud in Montreal, Canada, in 1981. Born and raised in Portugal, Champalimaud was educated in England and Switzerland and completed her design training at the
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Bos studied history of art in London and urban and regional planning at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands

Caroline Bos

The UNStudio co-founder talks to Andrew Manns about art, knowledge sharing and the challenges of designing Australia’s tallest building
Born in the Netherlands, Caroline Bos studied art history at Birkbeck College of the University of London and urban and regional planning at the Faculty of Geosciences, University of Utrecht.
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Snohetta’s underwater restaurant

Digging deep

Ahead of the opening of Snohetta’s underwater restaurant off the coast of Norway, Andrew Manns speaks to the design team
Work is almost complete on what will soon be the world’s largest underwater restaurant, with the Snøhetta-designed project in Norway on track to open in 2019. Called ‘Under’, work on
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Ito’s proposal for Japan’s New National Stadium

Toyo Ito

Toyo Ito was born in Seoul in 1941. He studied architecture at the University of Tokyo
In a rare interview, the Pritzker Prize-winning architect talks frankly to Kim Megson about his latest projects, his changing style and why he’s not looking forward to the Tokyo Olympics
Late May, and the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale has just opened to the public. Inside the city’s ancient former armoury, perspiring visitors juggle fans, cameras and programmes as they crowd
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Moxy is a fun brand designed for Millennial travellers

New age travellers

Sameness and anonymity is out – it's all about fun and authenticity for Millennial travellers, says Rockwell Group partner Greg Keffer
What do Millennials want out of a hotel experience? Modern travellers value experience and community over opulence and material possessions, and hospitality is beginning to reflect that. Millennials crave an
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The Aqualuna residential complex will sit on Toronto’s waterfront

Kim Herforth Nielsen

Kim Herforth Nielsen founded 3XN in 1986 with Lars Frank Nielsen and Hans Peter Svendler Nielsen
From the Blue Planet aquarium in Copenhagen to a new home for Sydney’s Fish Market, 3XN design buildings that aim to inspire positive behaviour in the people that use them, founder Kim Herforth Nielsen tells Magali Robathan
For 3XN founder Kim Herforth Nielsen, his buildings will always take second place to the people who inhabit them. All of 3XN’s work starts from one core belief: that architecture
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Kuma won the competition to design the V&A’s Dundee outpost in 2010

V&A Dundee

As the highly antipated £80m V&A Dundee finally opens to the public, Magali Robathan hears the story behind the building
It stands on the banks of the River Tay, as craggy and dramatic as the Scottish cliff faces that inspired it. One of the most anticipated buildings of the year,
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The slender white columns were inspired by indigenous bamboo forests

Wuxi Show Theatre

Nature has inspired this dramatic theatre in southern China, finds Andrew Manns
London based practice Steven Chilton Architects (SCA) were inspired by one of China’s largest bamboo forest in the design of the 2,000-person capacity Wuxi Show Theatre in Wuxi, China. The
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Hoppen designed all of the accommodations as well as the spa

Kelly Hoppen, interior designer

Hoppen was made an MBE in 2009 for her services to interior design
As a young girl, I always dreamt of designing my very own spa
Global interior designer Kelly Hoppen has created a 22,000sq ft (2,044sq m) nature-inspired spa and on-board accommodation for the newly launched Celebrity Edge cruise line. Hoppen, whose career spans four
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Social spaces feature at Hotel Jen in Beijing, China, designed by Stickman Tribe

Slumber party

Social media savvy, discerning, environmentally aware and hungry for experience, millennials are travelling more than any other demographic. What impact are their desires having on the hospitality industry?
Aged 18 to 35, millennials, also known as Generation Y, are set to become an increasingly dominant influence on the hospitality industry and we’re seeing the major hotel chains rolling
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Hank Haeusler, professor, UNSW

Hank Haeusler is researching how buildings can become responsive to behaviour
What happens if a space becomes a robot?
Could the future of architecture lie in spaces that adapt to the behaviour of the people who use them? A research project by computational design students at the University of
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A winding ramp allows visitors and residents to ascend from ground level through rich vegetation

Mary Bowman

Mary Bowman studied at the University of Virginia and the Architectural Association
We can learn a lot from Singapore in terms of its approach to planning and green space, the Gustafson, Porter + Bowman partner tells Kath Hudson
How would you sum up Gustafson Porter + Bowman’s approach to landscape architecture? Our approach is to try and understand the nature of a place and then to create a
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Water Street Tampa aims to reconnect Tampa with its waterfront, which is seeing an ongoing transformation

Thinking big

With new green spaces, walkable streets and design that aims to promote better sleep, nutrition and fitness, a major $3bn new Florida neighbourhood is taking shape that promises to put the health of its residents first
In Tampa, Florida, in the US, a huge and highly ambitious new neighbourhood is taking shape that is aiming to lead the way for future cities in terms of health
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Pods feature a double-height mezzanine and panoramic views from inside

Soohyun Chang, founder, Atelier Chang

Soohyun Chang
We wanted guests to feel as if they are living deep in the forest
Atelier Chang have designed brightly coloured pods for a ‘minimalist luxury’ glamping resort near Suncheon in South Korea. The SJCC Glamping Resort consists of 16 living units, with an onsite
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Weisz sees cities as ‘the engines of human innovation and activity’, which means that investment in their design will reap huge social rewards

Claire Weisz

Claire Weisz
Co-founder of WXY, Claire Weisz has been instrumental in a number of high profile projects to improve the public realm. She talks to Kath Hudson about how architects need to move their thinking beyond their buildings and into the streets
Despite growing up on Canadian prairies, Claire Weisz has earned her reputation through her work in cities. Iconic projects in New York include the ethereal Sea Carousel, the Salt Shed
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Mori’s design for the airy visitor centre of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York

Toshiko Mori

Born in Kobe, Japan and later growing up in New York, Mori has become a trailblazer for women in architecture around the world
The Senegalise Thread Cultural Center architect talks to Chris DeWolf about growing up in US-occupied Japan, being a trailblazer and bringing people together
Toshiko Mori describes herself in words that might be considered unflattering if they were uttered by anyone else. “I’m pig-headed,” she says. “I’m pretty resilient. I just don’t give up.”
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Living well

Wellness communities are on the rise, as developers, investors, consumers, and even governments are starting to see the benefits of creating and living in spaces dedicated to health. Jane Kitchen takes a closer look at wellness communities in Asia – a region that’s primed for growth
Wellness, it seems, has permeated every corner of our consciousness these days, so it’s not surprising that the idea of living somewhere that has our health – both physical and
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Linda Boronkay worked closely with Soho House founder Nick Jones on the project

Linda Boronkay

Linda Boronkay grew up in Budapest. Her father was an architect and her mother was an antiques dealer and collector
At the end of a very busy year for Soho House, design director Linda Boronkay talks to Magali Robathan about White City House as well as the group’s other openings
Originally from Budapest, Linda Boronkay moved to London when she was 20, where she won Britain’s Best Emerging Interior Designer award while still a student at London Metropolitan University. Since graduating,
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The library at the Troutbeck hotel is stocked with books from the property’s original collection
Bakos joined Champalimaud in December 2012. He previously worked for the Rockwell Group
"Construction is one of the largest generators of landfill waste, so it is important to create spaces that transcend trends"

It’s time for a new approach to sustainability, argues Champalimaud’s managing director

Profile: Caroline Bos
"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

The Aqualuna residential complex will sit on Toronto’s waterfront
Kim Herforth Nielsen founded 3XN in 1986 with Lars Frank Nielsen and Hans Peter Svendler Nielsen
"I always wanted to do more than just designing buildings"

How Danish firm 3XN is harnessing the power of architecture to shape human behaviour

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The New National Stadium designs were a joint venture between Ito, Nihon, Takenaka, Shimizu and Obayashi
Toyo Ito was born in Seoul in 1941. He studied architecture at the University of Tokyo
"I have one dream with my work. Architecture should equal nature"

The Pritzker Prize-winner talks about inspiration, battling bureaucracy and the Tokyo National Olympic Stadium saga with Kim Megson

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"Now we’re talking about pedestrians as the most important members of the street community"

The new US neighbourhood designed to improve the health of its residents

The design team took inspiration from the 1950s and 1960s, while adding contemporary touches
Linda Boronkay grew up in Budapest. Her father was an architect and her mother was an antiques dealer and collector
"Nick Jones and I are both passionate about design. When we see the same thing twice, it bores us. It’s risky but interesting creatively"

At the end of a very busy year for Soho House, the group’s design director talks us through her plans

Taikoo Place has been designed to offer a calm haven within the city
Mary Bowman studied at the University of Virginia and the Architectural Association
"Marina One was quite special in the degree of integration between the landscaping and architecture "

The Gustafson Porter + Bowman partner on the landscape projects changing the face of our cities

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Bespoke fitness manufacturer EXF has extended its relationship with Third Space, by supplying the luxury fitness group with London’s largest functional training rig at its Canary Wharf club.
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John Pawson reimagines oil lantern for Wästberg
The Holocene No. 4 reflects Pawson's pared-back style and neutral palette
Lauren Heath-Jones
Swedish lighting company Wästberg has expanded its Holocene collection, with a new addition, Holocene No. 4, designed by acclaimed architect ...
Tredje Natur launches Climate Tile to bring green spaces to urban settings
Tredje Natur has installed the pilot system of its Climate Tile system in the Nørrebro area of Copenhagen
Lauren Heath-Jones
Danish company Tredje Natur (Third Nature) has recently installed the pilot system of its innovative street paving system in the ...
Baux creates plant-based acoustic panels
Baux has worked with scientists from the Royal Institute of Technology to create Baux Acoustic Pulp, a plant-derived acoustic solution
Lauren Heath-Jones
Baux, an acoustic products brand based in Sweden, has developed a line of biodegradable acoustic panels, using a plant-based material ...
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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 ...
Mater partners with Ditzel family to create eco-friendly furniture using reclaimed plastic
The furniture uses plastic from recycled fishing nets
Lauren Heath-Jones
Mater, an ethical design brand based in Denmark, has launched a furniture collection made from plastic reclaimed from the ocean. ...
Aotta launches sound panels made from hemp husks
The panels are designed to maintain 'healthy spaces' and consist of Hemp husks fashioned into a natural porous membrane that absorbs sound
Lauren Heath-Jones
Russian design studio Aotta has developed a range of eco-friendly, sound-absorbing panels made from the waste products of hemp seeds. ...
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Zaha Hadid Design partners with Royal Thai to create carpet collection celebrating Zaha Hadid's legacy
The carpets capture Hadid's notable use of layering and interweaving as well as her use of light and shadow
Lauren Heath-Jones
Zaha Hadid Design has partnered with carpet manufacturer Royal Thai to create a new carpet collection inspired by the work ...
Water inspires Zaha Hadid Design x Rosenthal collaboration
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
Rockwell has designed 12 multi-use fabrics inspired by dreams with long-time collaborator Jim Thompson
Lauren Heath-Jones
Renowned architect David Rockwell has created a collection of fabrics with long-time collaborator Jim Thompson. Called Dreams, the collection was ...