Bruce Wright to Judge Perspective’s A&D Trophy Awards 2018

We’re very excited to announce that Senior Vice President and Principal Bruce Wright has been selected as a judge for the 2018 Perspective’s A&D Trophy Awards. The A&D Trophy Awards were created in 2004 to celebrate excellence in architecture, interior design and product design across Asia-Pacific and beyond. For the past 14 years, with a strong network

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Promotions 2018

The measure of any creative company is its people. At SB Architects, we cultivate a disciplined work environment that rewards creativity and integrity. Our professional staff is committed to innovative contemporary design solutions in the hospitality, mixed-use, and residential space. This year, we are proud to announce that in addition to growing our SB family, we have promoted

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The World Architecture Festival has Announced its Shortlist for the 2018 Awards

We are proud to announce that Miami Design District has been shortlisted as a Finalist at the 2018 World Architecture Festival. Now in its 11th edition, the World Architecture Festival, which will celebrate the 2018 awards program, has released their shortlist. Receiving more entries than ever before with a total of 1,000 submissions, the selected projects represent a vast international

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Conrad Hotels & Resorts to Expand Portfolio with New Resort in Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit

Conrad Hotels and Resorts is getting a second property in Mexico with the redesign of the former La Tranquila Resort in Punta Mita. Following a multi-million dollar investment, the re-imagined 324-key resort property will welcome guests to an exclusive tropical oasis. Hilton, Conrad’s parent company, is currently working on around 25 projects in Mexico including the

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How SB Architects is Redesigning Retail Into Thriving Mixed-Use Redevelopments

Despite a surplus in U.S. retail space, some developers are building more, just not in the form of malls. The target clientele: discerning professionals in pursuit of integrated pedestrian-focused developments that have all the urban trappings. These projects, often joint ventures between a housing developer and a developer with retail expertise, are sprouting up around

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Wineglasses Rising

Our wine practice is dedicated to producing designs where site sensitivity, structure and nuance are favored above all else. The combination of exceptional sites and local influences make our wine-related projects a truly wonderful place for guests. To best convey the individuality of each site, we try to be modern in our thinking and classic

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Mexico is the most developed hospitality market in Latin America and is poised for continued growth

There is no doubt that investment interest and opportunity in Latin America, particularly, Mexico is strengthening as investors aim to increase their purchase activity alongside a stable risk approach. Latin American investors remain actively engaged in real estate, as 75% intend to be net buyers in 2018, a 55% acquisition increase from the previous year. According

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222: Business Tips and More with Keith Houchin

Keith Houchin speaks with Enoch Sears of the Business of Architecture about his top business tips including: How to “wow” your clients with architectural visualization (it isn’t just about the image) Tips for picking the right rendering company that matches your budget The project ‘kickstart’ process that gets everyone on the team aligned and reduces

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Sheltering Surivors — Integrating Design Thinking With Humanitarian Efforts

The Coral Gables Museum is hosting a temporary exhibition — Sheltering Survivors — from November 2017 to May 2018. Sheltering Survivors explores the stories of the record-high forcibly displaced population in the context of human resettlement and innovative shelter designs. Museum patrons will be able to enter and experience shelters that have been applied worldwide,

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