Hotels and Resorts
We find out, in most projects in this issue, that placemaking and resort design are still synergistic.
The Alila hotels in Indonesia and China are a display of climate-responsive and passive design, integrated landscapes, as well as local materials and craft.
In these, Green is inferred. None states categorically what has been the impact of the design approach.
Oasia Hotel Downtown is clad in a striking red mesh, which in time will be overrun by plants that the architects hope will cool the building and neighbourhood, and attract biodiversity. In Oasia, all recreational and commercial areas are packed within the geometry of a singular tower, suggesting new ways to cope in high-density situations.
A commentary on the sustainable kitchen highlights the push for sustainable construction materials and sourcing, alluding to a changing culture of consumption.
The Kamikatz Public House in Japan is a shop and F&B outlet cum microbrewery in Japan. It is a bold experiment in production and process, where the union between goods and services (all sustainably sourced), as well as form and detail (recycled or repurposed materials) is deeply satisfying.
Table of Contents
3Q 2022: GREEN AWARDS | REINTERPRETATION
2Q 2022: NEW & RE-EMERGING ARCHITECTURE
1Q 2022: HOUSING ASIA
4Q 2021: YEAR-END | NOW & THEN
3Q 2021: CITIES ISSUE | EQUITY AND URBAN INTERVENTIONS
2Q 2021: WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE
|Main Feature: Intersectional Feminism for a Sustainable Future||Kotchakorn Voraakhom|
|Yasmeen Lari||Ganga Rathnayake|
|Serina Hijjas||Ching-Hwa Chang|
|Maria Warner Wong||Product Advertorials|