ARRCC designed project, Cheetah Plains in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in the Kruger National Park, South Africa, has been shortlisted as a finalist for the World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2021.
Nineteen new grants totaling over $1.55 million will support exhibitions, publications and digital projects that center the graphic arts as part of the Getty Foundation’s ongoing Paper Project initiative.
Two SAOTA designed projects – DDS in São Paulo, Brazil and La Reserve in Dakar, Senegal – have been shortlisted as finalists for the World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2021.
The program is one of the most highly anticipated acknowledgments in the Hospitality Architectural Design and Interior Design industry. The renowned Farmani Group, along with 3C Awards, is pleased to formally announce the winners of its first edition of the LIV Hospitality Design Awards.
LIV Hospitality Design Award
The objective of this year’s edition of the Kaira Looro international architecture competition was to design a women’s house created to promote gender equality as a determining factor for development in rural Africa.
Kaira Looro Competition
ARRCC, acclaimed South African design studio specialising in interior architecture, interior design, and décor, will be featured in this year’s 25th Volume of the Andrew Martin Interior Design Review.
Left to Right: Nina Sierra Rubia (Junior Associate), Michele Rhoda (Director), Mark Rielly, (Director), Quintin Gilman (Junior Associate), Jon Case (Director)
RMJM Milano have won a competition to design the new Sanko Headquarters, one of Turkey’s oldest group of companies. Their landmark design was selected among other prestigious firms for its sustainable and innovative features. The studio uses creative and innovative ways to implement sustainability in every design and project they create.
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has signed an agreement with Hyperloop Italia to jointly design its next phase of works that marks a turning point in the world of transport in the context of the IV Industrial Revolution.
Zaha Hadid Architects