We made it. We’re almost at the end of 2020 – a year that can thoroughly be described as ‘one to remember’. For many, this year has been strange. It’s been a year defined by uncertainty, challenges. Lock-ins, shutdowns…disruption. In every way. Normal has been turned on its head, and we’ve been scrambling to pick up anything familiar as a stop gap.
This month we have refocused our efforts on the construction, architecture and property spheres. After all, we’re seeing a steady and slow return to (somewhat) normal operations around the world. Of course, any movement from a standing position seems lightning fast in comparison, though this quarter’s inclusions certainly seem to be moving to make up for lost ground.
As always, we endeavour to be your source for all the latest news and features from across the global construction and property industries. Whilst it is certainly a challenging time for the greater construction industry – to put it lightly – we hope to offer a brief respite by focusing on the successes and achievements of companies from across the world as they look to innovate in their areas of expertise.
Happy New Year and welcome to the Q1 issue of BUILD Magazine. As always, we endeavour to be your source for all the latest news and features from across the global construction and property industries. This issue has a rather fitting theme for the first instalment of 2020 – new approaches, innovation, and forward thinking. After all, having one eye turned towards the future is one of the keys to weathering uncertainty in business.
As always, we endeavour to be your source for all the latest news and features from across the global construction and property industries. For the final issue of the year we’ve decided to cast a light on the work of those firms who transform the lives of their clients by bringing their dream designs to life.
Welcome to the Q2 issue of BUILD Magazine, your source for all the latest news and features from across the global construction and property industries! In this issue we dive into the realm of architecture, whilst also taking a look at a few creative interior design firms.
One example of the former is CL3 Architects Ltd, an innovative architecture firm based in Hong Kong. The firm’s design style has primarily been Asian contemporary, with a noted ability to preserve the natural symbioses between architecture and art. By altering Eastern aesthetics to give more of a modern interpretation, CL3 Architects Ltd’s creative thinking produces a unique showcase of distinguished designs that serve to differentiate them in a notoriously competitive market.
The first issue of BUILD Magazine for 2019 focuses on architecture that does more than just function, showcasing a range of ideas from a variety of businesses across the design, architecture and construction markets. We have a number of award-winners to share with our readers, alongside the insight of a variety of industry experts who wish to have their say on the future of the property market.
In recent news, New research which has been commissioned by international law practice Osborne Clarke reveals that businesses in Germany and the Netherlands could be leading the global race to embracing next-generation connectivity. In this months edition, we discover more about Play Concept which is a design, planning and building specialist in playground.