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Beautiful Houses: Carqueija in Camaçari

The idea in this series is to show beautiful and inspiring houses. Houses that are remarkable for its design, elegance, elements, concept or simply because they are beautiful. So if you like architecture, interior design and beautifully designed houses, you are at the right spot. Check out this week beautiful house and stay tuned for more... This week we present you the beautiful Carqueija House. The Carqueija House is a project by Bento + Azevedo, the firm was founded in 2005 and produces contemporary architecture. The Carqueija House is located in Camaçari, Bahia - Brazil and when you first look at it you see something like box. The project is simple and really beautiful. In order to have the best orientation, in a tropical county, the house closes itself from the front street view, which is west, and opens into the backyard, creating a privative and integrated place. That way, on the front facade, architectural elements, as a narrow windows and a pare-soleil was used to protect the house against solar irradiation, while the back facade, on east side, completely integrate the inside with the outside, through large windows, sliding doors and a porch, connecting the house with the green area. This house is really beautiful. I love its simplicity, the white and wide spaces and backyard with lots of green, everything is beautiful, just not sure about keeping this clean. ;) Check out Bento + Azevedo website for further details about this and other projects. See you next time. We found this house at ArchDaily. Photos by Tarso Figueira.

Amazing Raiffeisen Finanz Center, in Austria

The Raiffeisen Finanz Center is bank building a little atypical. The bold forms and the search for a deconstruction, even subtle, make this building a landmark in the city of Eisenstadt, Austria. The project by Pichler & Traupmann Architekten ZT GmbH it responds to all building restrictions that a bank must have as well as the different activities distributed on all floors. The facades have been designed so that the faces of glass not disrupt the work and at the same time allow a privileged view of the city. While other faces are opaque, with few windows, so that no outside distraction for those who are working there. A building with dynamic forms, modern and tasteful. © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott

Architect Day: Marlon Blackwell Architect

Marlon Blackwell born in Germany and raised in the United States, lived in several places, but settled in the small town of Fayetteville, Arkansas, which combines the activities of his office with his work of Associate Professor at the University of Arkansas. marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com Marlon Blackwell was born in Germany but raised in Florida and the Philippines. He studied architecture in Boston and taught at Syracuse and when was 35, in 1992, moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas, where he is now an Associate Professor at the University of Arkansas. It was also when he has created his office Marlon Blackwell Architect and started project with high quality new works for the city that chose to live. Moore HoneyHouse, North Carolina, USA. photo @ marlonblackwell.com Moore HoneyHouse, North Carolina, USA. photo @ marlonblackwell.com Moore HoneyHouse, North Carolina, USA. photo @ marlonblackwell.com Blackwell, one of the reasons he chose to live in Fayetteville, is because there "can build things". And really does it, as the residences and commercial spaces with a qualified architectural in form and details. The revitalization of old buildings in the city is also viewed on Marlon Blackwell's portfolio, as Saint Nicholas Eastern Orthodox Church which was built on the structure of an old commercial building, adding new elements into the simplicity of form and materials. Porchdog House, Arkansas, USA photo @ Timothy Hursley photo @ Timothy Hursley photo @ Timothy Hursley photo @ Timothy Hursley photo @ Timothy Hursley Arkansas House, Arkansas, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com Blair Garage + House Addition, Arkansas, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com Keenan TowerHouse, Arkansas, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com L-Stack House, Arkansas, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com The Srygley Office Building, Arkansas, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com The Fulbright Building, Arkansas, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com Saint Nicholas Eastern Orthodox Church, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com University of Arkansas Razorback Golf Facility, Arkansas, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com Blessings Golf Clubhouse, Arkansas, USA photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com photo @ marlonblackwell.com

Beautiful Houses: Lookout House in Connecticut

The idea in this series is to show beautiful and inspiring houses. Houses that are remarkable for its design, elegance, elements, concept or simply because they are beautiful. So if you like architecture, interior design and beautifully designed houses, you are at the right spot. Check out this week beautiful house and stay tuned for more... This week we present you the beautiful Lookout House. The Lookout House is a project by Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects, a 25-person firm of architects, interior designers, and supporting staff that offers both architectural and interior design services in an established, diverse, design-oriented practice. Located in Fairfield County, Connecticut this pyramid house was renovated to erase the aging, brown vestiges of the 1979 original. A new arm stretches to the east, housing the master bedroom suite and family room on the lower pool level. A sustainable project, this house integrates geothermal heating and cooling systems, renewable materials like bamboo floors and eco-friendly paints and finishes. This house is pretty beautiful and elegant. The material combinations, the nice mix of stone and glass, the open and wide spaces, everything is unique, creating a cozy and special house. Certainly another place I would live in. ;) Check out Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects website for further details about this and other projects. See you next time. We found this house at Contemporist. Photos by Peter Aaron.

The New Lance Armstrong Foundation Office

The new headquarters of the Lance Armstrong Foundation is a project to fill your eyes. A restoration made in a former warehouse in Texas, bringing new life to the building and the neighborhood of Austin. Are already memorable all actions and movements made by the foundation, and it was only fair that people who work there helping others have a cute and cozy space. The industrial aspect mixed with wood everywhere created a modern and clean enviroment, and how the areas were distributed shows a certain informality and freedom, perhaps a characteristic of the foundation. The renovated facility, project by Lake Flato Architects, provides office space, meeting rooms, dining facilities, an in-house gymnasium, open-air courtyard, and parking for the staff of 62. Future plans may call for adding a community-based cancer-support program to provide direct services to uninsured and underinsured East Austin residents. Achieved LEED Gold certification. Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway After 10 years of leasing space in a corporate office building, the Lance Armstrong Foundation found its permanent home in the 1950s Gulf Coast Paper Co. warehouse in East Austin, an underserved community in the process of revitalization. The design breathes new life and energy into both the building and neighborhood. Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway Photography by Hester + Hardaway

Architect Day: B.E. Architecture

BE Architecture is another great young office that marks this new generation of quality architecture in the Australian scene. With excellent residential and commercial projects, present interesting volumes and a valuable commitment to detail. bearchitecture.com Founded in 1997 in Australia by Jonathon Boucher and Broderick Ely, the BE Architecture office has a young team, dynamic and multicultural. Develop projects between residential and commercial architectural, urban planning, interior design and furniture. Its headquarters today is in Prahran, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Seacombe Grove, Brighton, Austrália. photo @ bearchitecture.com Seacombe Grove, Brighton, Austrália. photo @ bearchitecture.com Seacombe Grove, Brighton, Austrália. photo @ bearchitecture.com Seacombe Grove, Brighton, Austrália. photo @ bearchitecture.com BE Architecture has won several awards both for his work residential and commercial, and his work has been published widely in Australia and overseas. His projects have qualities that we can see in the new Australian offices, an architecture that is marking the local towns. His works always have a proper place in both urban and nature, in projects that are very attentive to details of construction and furniture. Whitehall Lane, Flinders, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Meakins Road, Flinders, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Fawkner Street, South Yarra, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Tivoli Road, South Yarra, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Norman Avenue, South Yarra, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Wellington Street, St Kilda, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Ross Street, Toorak, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Hawkesburn Close, South Yarra, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Siglo – Spring Street, Melbourne, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com Wilson Street, South Yarra, Australia photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com photo @ bearchitecture.com

Beautiful Houses: Chicken Point Cabin in Idaho

The idea in this series is to show beautiful and inspiring houses. Houses that are remarkable for its design, elegance, elements, concept or simply because they are beautiful. So if you like architecture, interior design and beautifully designed houses, you are at the right spot. Check out this week beautiful house and stay tuned for more... This week we present you the beautiful Chicken Point Cabin. The Chicken Point Cabin is a project by Olson Kundig Architects, a firm that counts with over 75 employees and works with projects from museums to commercial design, residential designs and interior. The idea behind the Chicken Point Cabin was to create a little box with a big window that opens and integrates with its surroundings, taken advantage of the landscape. The cabin’s big window-wall (30 feet by 20 feet) opens the entire living space to the forest and lake. Materials are low maintenance—concrete block, steel, concrete floors and plywood—in keeping with the notion of a cabin, and left unfinished to naturally age and acquire a patina that fits in with the natural setting. This place is really cool! It is simple, contemporary and really beautiful. The enormous window, concrete/wood/glass combination and wide spaces created a cozy and functional house. If I would live in a house like this? Certainly. ;) Check out Olson Kundig Architects website for further details about this and other projects. See you next time. We found this house at ISO50. Photos by Benjamin Benschneider.

The Passive House by Karawitz Architecture

No, this is not a post of Beautiful Houses, could be because this house is beautiful, but I thought I could do a post about it with another goal, the constructive and sustainable differential of this house somewhat unusual. Located in Bessancourt in France, it's a project by Karawitz Architecture . It reminds me those houses that used to draw as a child, a box with roof, and this is basically the design of Passive House. But when we analyze it goes a bit further, I can say is bold from the floor to the roof. The only concrete used in this work is the foundation and over it are structured large rigid wooden panels, covered with bamboo rods. The roof has a lot of blades to capture solar energy generation. Other than that the interior part of a minimalist line, with only a few colors, a few furniture and of course a lot of raw wood covering the walls and ceilings. The solar orientation generate heat and direct light from one side while the other is closed to keep warm on cold days. Perhaps lacking a little color and life in some places, but for those who like simplicity is an amazing building.

Beautiful Houses: River Road in Florida

The idea in this series is to show beautiful and inspiring houses. Houses that are remarkable for its design, elegance, elements, concept or simply because they are beautiful. So if you like architecture, interior design and beautifully designed houses, you are at the right spot. Check out this week beautiful house and stay tuned for more... This week we present you the super beautiful River Road House. The River Road House is a project by Hughes Umbanhowar Architects, which is the culmination of a series of offices headed by Scott Hughes and John Umbanhowar since 1981. The River Road project is located in Sewall’s Point, Florida. The house comprises a series of distinct, yet interlocking rectilinear volumes conjoined by a transparent longitudinal axis. Positive volumes are balanced atop negative creating a heightened tension and intrigue. A glass-skinned throughway connects and distinguishes the two dominant volumes, or towers, capturing light and adding to the sense of interior capaciousness. Ok...I missing words here to describe this house. I think wow says enough and I will have to say that I'm in love with River Road house. Everything in this project got my attention, the angles, the materials, the landscape, everything is awesome. Congrats to Hughes Umbanhowar Architects. ;) Check out Hughes Umbanhowar Architects website for further details about this and other projects. See you next time. We found this house at Freshome.

Colors and Great Architecture, this is Central St. Giles Court

The Central St. Giles Court is a building complex located in Camden, London. The main idea of the project is to break the concept of a simple office building and transform it into a multi usage complex with space to multiple activities. The project is a partnership among Renzo Piano and Fletcher Priest. The concept of bringing activities to this area was really nice, and to do that they combined restaurants, stores, offices and even residential spaces in one location. The buildings have colorful facades and form a beautiful contrast with London's grey landscape. Another interesting thing about this project was that the buildings were elevated in 6m to invite people to walk through it, to participate. Enjoy the images and also visit rpbw.com for more information. © Michel Denance © Michel Denance © RPBW ph. Maurits van der Staay © RPBW ph. Maurits van der Staay © Michel Denance © RPBW ph. Maurits van der Staay © RPBW ph. Maurits van der Staay Each facet is unique, differing in height, orientation, color, and relationship to natural light. Glass, steel and ceramic are the primary elements of the skin. In each fact the ceramic is used in different shade and colors that respond to the surrounding building, thus helping to integrate the scheme in the immediate urban environment. © RPBW ph. Maurits van der Staay © Hufton & Crow, Courtesy L&G and MEC © Hufton & Crow, Courtesy L&G and MEC © RPBW © RPBW © RPBW © RPBW ph. Joost Moolhuijzen © RPBW

Architect Day: XTEN Architecture

The swiss Monika Häfelfinger and american Austin Kelly, formed in California in 2000 the office Xten Architecture, now also an associated office in Switzerland. Winner of many awards, produce a solid and impressive architecture. xtenarchitecture.com Founded in 2000 by partners Häfelfinger Monika, born in Basel in Switzerland in 1965, and Austin Kelly, an American born in Boston in 1966, the Californian office Xten Architecture has won several awards for its projects within and outside the United States. With an associated office in Basel, Switzerland, produces a specialized architecture in cultural buildings, offices and shops, in addition to single-family homes and residences of a large scale. Summit Drive, Califórnia, USA. photo xtenarchitecture.com Summit Drive, Califórnia, USA. photo xtenarchitecture.com Summit Drive, Califórnia, USA. photo xtenarchitecture.com With a unique and striking architecture, his projects have special characteristics, both in creating elements such as details on the features and minimalist interior. With projects in adament in other countries, Xten Architecture, has a portfolio qualified in all working areas, independent of the scale of the project, impressed by the elegance and purity of its architecture. FordBrady, California, USA photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com Diamondhouse, California, USA photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com Himmelrain, Sissach, Switzerland photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com Surfhouse, California, USA photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com Sapphire Gallery, California, USA photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com Silverspur, California, USA photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com Openhouse, Califórnia, USA photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com photo xtenarchitecture.com

Beautiful Houses: Terrace Mountain in Texas

The idea in this series is to show beautiful and inspiring houses. Houses that are remarkable for its design, elegance, elements, concept or simply because they are beautiful. So if you like architecture, interior design and beautifully designed houses, you are at the right spot. Check out this week beautiful house and stay tuned for more... This week we present you the beautiful Terrace Mountain House. The Terrace Mountain House is a project by Dick Clark Architecture, an international award winning firm that has been a vital part of Austin's design community for over 25 years. The house is located in Austin, Texas and merges traditional Texas forms and materials with unique contemporary details. The plan is simply arranged around an open living, dining, and kitchen space that accommodates the clients’ desire to entertain while providing a buffer between public and private use. Another elegant and beautiful house with a great material combination and disposition. Open spaces, clean interiors and nice contemporary touches. Certainly another house I would mind living in. ;) Check out Dick Clark Architecture website for further details about this and other projects. See you next time. We found this house at Contemporist.

Boldness on the New South Wales Law Building

This incredible project breaks all the paradigms with regard to buildings for law schools. The bold forms both the interior and on all fronts show that the architecture can be bold in any utility. The project by Lyons Architects is for the new building Faculty of Law on the New South Wales University, on Australia. The main goal was to make a building with a few floors to increase interaction between all occupants, teachers, students and visitors. The interior of the building is amazing, there is a mixture of shapes and materials which makes each room unique. The library is the heart of the college, where students and teachers can study and socialize with a view to the beautiful wooded area of the university. © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography This project for the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales incorporates a range of small and large scale teaching spaces - including Harvard-style lecture theatres in an integrated four level teaching and learning environment. A student focussed 'agora' space and central stair connect each level of the building promoting vertical connectivity and interaction. © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography © John Gollings Photography Thanks ArchiDaily for the tip.

Architect Day: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Led by Peter Q. Bohlin, Bernard J. Cywinski and Jon C. Jackson, the firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, founded in 1965, presents a vast variety of projects with different scales, types and features, his works always show an architecture with a lot of quality. bcj.com Founded in 1965, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has offices in Wilkes-Barre, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Seattle and San Francisco. During the more than 40 year career they won more than 450 awards both regional, domestic and international. In 1994 the firm received the AIA, American Institute of Architects, the Architecture Firm Award, and continues to developing large projects primarily in the United States. Port Townsend Residence, Olympic Peninsula, USA. photo Nic Lehoux Port Townsend Residence, Olympic Peninsula, USA. photo Nic Lehoux Port Townsend Residence, Olympic Peninsula, USA. photo Nic Lehoux The repertoire of projects is vast, but have a large portfolio in the area educacioanal, working for several American universities. The diversity in the type of projects also appears in the choice of materials, always taking full advantage of the structure used. On smaller scales, such as in homes, almost all rewarded with a qualified architecture, the concept of formal unity, detail and balance of materials is evident. Gosline House, Seattle, USA photo Ben Benschneider photo Ben Benschneider Woodway Residence, Washington, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Seattle City Hall, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Ballard Library and Neighborhood Service Center, Seattle, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Apple Store Soho, New York, USA photo Peter Aaron/Esto photo Peter Aaron/Esto photo Peter Aaron/Esto Apple Store Ginza, Tokyo, Japan photo Koji Okumura photo Koji Okumura Apple Store Fifth Avenue, New York, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Waipolu Gallery and Studio, Hawaii, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Visitor Activity Center, Philadelphia, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Grand Teton National Park Discovery and Visitor Center, Wyoming, USA photo Edward Riddell photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Thomas M. Siebel Center for Computer Science, Urbana, USA photo Hewitt Garrison Architectural Photography photo Hewitt Garrison Architectural Photography photo Hewitt Garrison Architectural Photography photo Hewitt Garrison Architectural Photography Natural Sciences Laboratory Building, Califórnia, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Alumni Hall Arrival Court and Parking Structure, Bethlehem, USA photo Matt Wargo Photography photo Matt Wargo Photography Douglas B. Gardner ’83 Integrated Athletic Center, Haverford, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Marcus Nanotechnology Research Center Building, Atlanta, USA photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux photo Nic Lehoux Schlinger Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Building, Califórnia, USA photo Hewitt Garrison Architectural Photography photo Hewitt Garrison Architectural Photography photo Hewitt Garrison Architectural Photography

Beautiful Houses: Moebius in Australia

The idea in this series is to show beautiful and inspiring houses. Houses that are remarkable for its design, elegance, elements, concept or simply because they are beautiful. So if you like architecture, interior design and beautifully designed houses, you are at the right spot. Check out this week beautiful house and stay tuned for more... This week we present you the beautiful Moebius House. The Moebius House is a project by Tony Owen Partners, a firm that believe in a 'realizable architecture' that challenges the norm. The Moebius House is an example of 'liquid architecture' whereby projects are designed parametrically using 3D digital software to respond to environmental issues. The house is a mix of retro and modern elements, based on angles and contrasting materials. I really liked the curves and angles of this house. The retro feel mixed with modern elements look just great. Another nice place to live! Check out Tony Owen Partners website for further details about this and other projects. See you next time. We found this house at Design Milk.

The Exotic Yandex Offices

I love to see how great is the creativity people to assemble the offices of their company, especially when we're talking about internet companies. Take time to see the diversity of environments that Yandex did on their headquarters in, Russia. The Yandex , for those unfamiliar, is a search engine company, in Russia. They managed to mix the elegant, rustic, organization and clutter in one place, somewhat exotic, but at the same time inspiring! I could not know the true size of the entire office, but looking how many different environments, seems to be huge. I wonder also take my laptop and sit down on that orange hammock, do not know if it would flow the work, but it would be relaxing! Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Image from Ottenki-Serogo Thanks Office Snapshots for the tip! Images from Ottenki-Serogo.

Architect Day: Benoy

With a great reputation and many awards in commercial architecture, recreation centers and markets, Benoy is now working in various areas of architecture, investing heavily in urban design of cities and comercial and residential buildings. benoy.com Founded by Gordon Benoy as a small architectural firm in Nottinghamshire in England, whose growth and development started in 1987 when Gordon Benoy & Partners became Fitch Benoy. During the early years of the 90s, a major recession ended up creating several difficulties for many in the construction business. Then in 1992 with the purchase of the rights of the company, it was determined the Benoy name. Yas Island Concept Masterplan, Abu Dhabi, UAE. photo © benoy.com Yas Island Concept Masterplan, Abu Dhabi, UAE. photo © benoy.com Yas Island Concept Masterplan, Abu Dhabi, UAE. photo © benoy.com Yas Island Concept Masterplan, Abu Dhabi, UAE. photo © benoy.com Today, Benoy is admittedly a big firm of architects, graphic designers and interior architects. With nearly 400 people working, have offices in London, Newark, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore and Mumbai. The firm has earned a great reputation in the commercial, retail and leisure market, counting aims to achieve the same merits with multipurpose buildings, urban design, housing, transport and work areas. St David’s, Cardiff, UK photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Sky Bar, The Triangle, Manchester, UK photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Parquesur, Madrid, Spain photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Multiyork, Cambridge, UK photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com ION Orchard, Singapore photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Highcross, Leicester, UK photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, UAE photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Eden Rock Hotel, St Barts, Caribbean photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Cabot Circus, Bristol, UK photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Bluewater, Kent, UK photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Biomolecular Building, Nottingham University Park Campus, UK photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com Biomolecular Sciences Phase ll, Nottingham University, UK photo © benoy.com photo © benoy.com