Our very own Pablo Mandel was recognized as a featured portfolio by the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada. See some of his impressive work including a5 Copenhagen, Modern to Classic and Tropical Experience, just to name a few.
ORO Editions’ recently published Green: House, Green: Architecture chronicles the sustainable engineering behind Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay. Designed by premier environmental engineering firm Atelier Ten, the one-billion-dollar, green development project is single-handedly redefining Singapore as an international exemplar of sustainable practices. Nestled along the shores of Singapore Bay, Gardens of the Bay has already become the fourth most popular tourist attraction as of 2012.
Client AB Concept has just made headlines in the South China Morning Post as an exemplary firm that utilizes its office space to create a stylish, fun, and stimulating atmosphere—reflective of the same creativity delivered to its clients.
Held at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, the WAF this year highlighted the architectural innovation of Gardens by the Bay. ORO produced a selection of titles focusing on the design of the monument, notably Green House : Green Engineering by Atelier Ten.
This book introduces a series of design stories with provocative story lines around some of Mark de Reus & de Reus Architects' most prominent projects- in locations as exotic and far-flung as Hawai'i, Mexico, Belize, and China.
Sculpting Spaces in the Tropics is about a collection of houses that represents the journey of an architect in discovering his artistic soul in designing houses in the tropics. Houses that sit well on the site and integrate the outdoors, allowing natural flow of air and energy with spaces that are physically comfortable and forms that are inspiring.
The Mythic Modern, Architectural Expeditions into the Spirit of Place depicts an amazing fifteen years of adventurous design/build projects in extraordinary landscapes from Machu Picchu, Nepal, and the Amazon to Italy, Ireland, and Finland.
The construction of the new Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, designed by Belzberg Architects, is documented in this compelling account of capturing the somber yet inspiring tone of the museum while building a innovative masterpiece of architecture.