Presenting a variety of acclaimed, contemporary beach houses from regions including Australia and New Zealand, North and South America, Europe, and Asia, each beach house is illustrated by stunning full-colour photography.
This exciting new volume features the latest in wedding gown design and accessories from around the world. Also included is a section for the important, but sadly neglected, bridal party. A delightful coffee table presentation, full of dreams.
Ken Yeang remains one of the world's foremost experts on sustainability and the modern skyscraper. Acknowledging that the skyscraper is possibly one of the most ecologically unfriendly of all building types, he states that until an economically viable alternative is identified, it is necessary to make them as humane and as sustainable as possible. Sustainability and tall buildings - guide to making tall buildings sustainable and humane - global icons of design sustainability.
HKS creates visionary designs that deliver innovative facilities. The firm's designers believe that a building should reflect the unique characteristics of its location and the personalities of the people for whom it is built. For 70 years, the archite
A valuable resource, containing the finest architectural projects worldwide. All projects are illustrated with stunning photographs, informative plans and detailed text. A comprehensive index lists the projects by name in alphabetical order while the con
Harry Seidler is a powerful architectural voice with internationally acclaimed award winning work spanning five decades. Houses 1 reference early work, some subject to preservation orders, while Houses 2 features more recent houses no less interesting in strength of design.
From large-scale courtyards to smaller outdoor areas, this new volume is packed w/innovative design ideas. Recognizing the growing trend towards healthy, outdoor living, this book features a beautiful array of the latest courtyard spaces by world-renowned architects.
A visual feast brought to life by architectural innovators Cox Rayner - featuring hundreds of spectacular full-color photographs - capturing the sculptural marvel that is Kurilpa Bridge. The Kurilpa Bridge project was an opportunity to not only make a new pedestrian and cycle connection across Brisbane's river, it was an opportunity to form a new public space. The result is a symbol of a city which is forging an identity at the forefront of art, science, and technology. The conceptualisation was based upon Buckminster Fuller's principles of tensegrity. Its priority was to simultaneously resolve unusual physical challenges, such as navigational constraints and motorway spanning, and embrace the spirit of a city which is relaxed, subtropical, and seeking to prioritise walking, cycling, and healthy lifestyle.