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This Week We Love


Tribe is an independent, bespoke home decor studio located at The Courtyard, Al Quoz. It’s a truly hidden gem, a special place with a strong core belief in sourcing ethical, sustainable, handmade, fair trade and natural products directly from talented craftspeople and artists globally. 61 more words

Hidden Gems

Raising the Bar – Achieving Performance and Affordability in Highland Park

When presented with an aspirational program for housing, we can’t help but get excited. Recently Studio G Architects partnered with Rees-Larkin Development to create an ambitious developer response for Parcels 2 & 4 of the City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) E+ Marcella Highland RFP. 1,417 more words

Studio G News

How Can Cities Best Plan for Future Growth?

The world’s cities are growing at a rapid pace. By 2030, nearly 70 percent of people will live in urban areas. Cities not only face immense challenges related to climate change, migration, mobility, infrastructure, equity, and security, but are also dealing with the problems associated with scaling up to meet rapid growth. 513 more words


Surface Design Show 2018: My Top Picks

Last week I went to the Surface Design Show 2018 in London at the Business Design Centre. I like going to exhibits or trade shows to see what companies and manufacturers are creating in the interior and architecture worlds, to see what is in trend, to find out about new materials, inventions and technologies, colours, textures, and I also love to see how they display these wonderful surface designs and ideas! 1,562 more words

Interior Design

Smart Meadows: Alternative Energy in Creative Ways

Smart Meadow:
collaboration with Sherlock Crockett and Brendan Teck

For this project, we wanted to look into an alternative energy source that was both efficient as well as aesthetically pleasing. 550 more words

Sustainable Design

Early design decisions create communities

By Oliver Grimaldi

Liv Apartments by Defence Housing Australia (DHA) in Fremantle has recently received its formal One Planet Community recognition from Bioregional. Through the Ten One Planet Principles the project not only looks to reduce its energy, water and waste consumption, it also aims to have a positive impact on the people using the building.  328 more words

Sustainable Design

Do You Have What It Takes To Rethink Fashion?

Global expansion of Redress Design Award feeds urgent need to embed sustainability into the fashion industry as an economic necessity.

Entering the eighth competition cycle of the Redress Design Award, organisers… 654 more words