July 16, 2015 /

7 Emblematic Portside Projects

For port cities, the portside has always been where they mark their stature to the world. In ancient times, Rhode had its Colossus and today, New York its Statue of Liberty. These spectacular structures were what greeted visitors travelling from far and wide, informing and warning them what they had in store.

July 09, 2015 /

8 Unexpectedly Designed Bus Stops

Are you an architectural tourist travelling around Europe this summer? If you are, make sure to keep an eye out for these stunning architecturally designed bus stops that are located in the most unexpected places.

July 02, 2015 /

7 Dazzling Hotel Bars to Visit this Summer

Are you spending a hot summer in the big city and looking for a place to enjoy a cool drink? Look no further, we have gathered a top 7 list of the world's coolest hotel bars to enjoy this summer.

The Camera
June 28, 2015 /

Michael Kenna

Michael Kenna is widely considered to be one of the masters of contemporary fine art photography. Kenna was born in 1953 in Widnes, England. Despite aspiring to become a Catholic priest, Kenna’s passion for art led him to study at the Banbury School of Art and the London College of Printing. He went on to work as a commercial photographer for several years before moving to the US in the 1980’s. Here, he worked with renowned photographer Ruth Bernhard while pursuing his own photographic career. He has lived in the US ever since.

June 25, 2015 /

Monthly News Round-Up, June 2015 Edition

At the top of the pile of stories breaking this month, BIG revealed their design for the new 2 World Trade Center in New York consisting of stacked, offset blocks. Then, the winning team has been found among the 1,715 entries in the competition for the Guggenheim Helsinki. Also, new towering development projects by Hadid and Libeskind - in Australia and Italy, respectively. And finally, Google brings in Heatherwick to vivify their London HQ project.

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