SOUTHEAST ASIA BUILDING03 Jan 2024
Out Now: Our January/February Issue On Adaptive Reuse Architecture
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Our January/February 2024 issue of Southeast Asia Building focuses on adaptive reuse.

This form of architecture has increasingly become an alternative and sustainable approach for repurposing existing building structures. We showcase a few interesting projects from Asia.

Gracing the cover of this issue is  “The Cocoa Project” in Saigon, a friendly and airy space bringing together sustainable architecture and sustainably sourced cacao trace chocolate.

ARCHITECT TEAM OF THE PROJECT: T3 Architects (Vietnam) & KANOPEA Architecture Studio (France). (PHOTOGRAPHER: Hiroyuki OKI)


ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

- Solar Energy Outlook in Asia: Interviews with solar energy companies on whether Asia is ready for solar power and renewable energy

- Educational Interior Design Projects

- Interview with property developer GuocoLand

- MEP Industry Updates

Read the magazine:

Yumpu: https://bit.ly/seabjanfeb2024yumpu

PDF: https://bit.ly/seabjanfeb2024pdf