BARRIE HO Architecture Interiors (BHA), founded in 1999 by Mr. Barrie Ho MH, is a Registered Practice in the Hong Kong Institute of Architects and in the Association of Architectural Practices (AAP List), as well as in the Band 3 Architectural Consultant List (HKIA List)(AAP List) of the HKSAR Architectural Services Department, and an Institutional Member of the Hong Kong Green Building Council.
Empowered by the unique design philosophy of “Unification of Diversification”, BHA collects over the past 15 years a wide spectrum & variety of projects, spanning from Institutional & Community Architecture, Conservation and Restoration of Historical Architecture, Metropolitan Planning, Corporate Architecture, Hospitality Architecture, Shopping Mall, Residential Architecture, and Urban Landscape.

Main projects:
Museum for Contemporary Living @ Huizhou, PRC 2014
Hong Kong Federation of Women T.S. Kwok Service Centre @ Hong Kong 2013
Skynet for Logo Square @ Hong Kong 2013
City Art Square@ Hong Kong 2008
Communal Park for Institute of Vocational Education Shatin @ Hong Kong 2012
Headquarters of HKCAAVQ and ERB@ Hong Kong 2013
The Mercer, Boutique Hotel @ Hong Kong 2012
Cantonyama@ Hong Kong 2012
Home Square @ Hong Kong 2012
iCube @ Zhuhai, PRC 2012



Pitupong Chaowakul founded the design studio by himself in 2009, called Supermachine Studio. The office is constantly doing various types of design projects.
In early 2010, he was commission to be a design director of one of the biggest outdoor event in Thailand called Big Mountain Music Festival.
Supermachine Studio’s works have recently been recognized and published internationally.
In 2012, their works are selected to be part of Thailand’s pavilion exhibition at Venice Architecture Biennale, Italy.

Main projects:
Harbormall,Cholburi, Thailand, 2009
Autostella showroom, Bangkok, Thailand, 2009
Sansiri’s Wyne Sales Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand, 2010
Big Mountain Music Festival 1-6, Saraburi, Thailand, 2010-2014
Bangkok University Creative Center, Bangkok, Thailand, 2011
Tukcom Sriracha, Cholburi, Thailand, 2012
Saatchi & Saatchi Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand, 2011
Bangkok University Imagine Lounge, Bangkok, Thailand, 2012
Bangkok University Activity Center, Bangkok, Thailand, 2013
Yim Huay Khwang Hostel, Bangkok, Thailand, 2014



Graduated as an architect from Barcelona’s School of Architecture (ETSAB) in 1997, Daniel Mòdol has been teaching at the prestigious Elisava School of Design in Barcelona. Since 1999 he has been Professor at ETSAB’s Urbanism and Territorial Planning Department.
In the field of Urban Planning, he has collaborated for a number of years with some of the most renowned Architecture and Urbanism Spain-based studios.
From his own Architecture and City Planning Studio, Daniel Mòdol Urbanism+Architecture, set up in 2004, he has carried out some large scale work on reorganising the city.


IBA HAMBURG_archmarathon

Shaping the future of the city in the 21st century… This is a challenge that has been taken up by the IBA Hamburg International Building Exhibition, with projects that make an innovative and sustainable contribution to current issues of urban development.
The IBA project occupies an area of 35 square kilometres on Hamburg’s Elbe islands of Wilhelmsburg and Veddel and in the Harburg Upriver Port. This is an area inhabited by 55,000 people of more than 100 different nationalities.
The IBA Hamburg is a model of sustainable and future-oriented inner city development. For the task of quality assurance IBA Hamburg has set out seven criteria of excellence which all projects must meet – from innovative quality to versatility to suitability for presentation.

Main projects:
Energy Bunker
Energy Hill
Future Concept “Renewable Wilhelmsburg”
Gateway to the World Educational Centre
Global Neighborhood
World Commercial Park
Wilhelmsburg Central
New Building of the State Ministry for Urban Development and the Environment
New Routes around the Spreehafen



AT103 is an architectural firm founded in 2001 by Julio Amezcua and Francisco Pardo, with the aim of researching and creating new techniques for architectural development and construction in the contemporary city. Francisco Pardo and Julio Amezcua make architecture with unique constructive and esthetic qualities, thanks in part to their training both in Mexico and abroad. They have developed projects on different scales, from houses, residential buildings, offices, cultural spaces and television stages to the Ave Fenix Fire station: a project that earned them a silver medal in the 2008 Mexican Architecture Biennial and the first place in the Best Institutional Building category at the International Design Festival.

Main projects:
Havre 69, Mixed use building, Mexico City, 2013
CCD Digital Culture Center, Mexico City, 2012
Arena Teques, Linear park, Tequesquitengo, Morelos
TV Azteca, TV Studios, Mexico City
TK139, Apartment Building, Mexico City, 2011
AGN- Culture Center, Mexico City, in process, 2010
Lisboa 7, Apartment Building, Mexico City, 2008
Ozuluama House, Mexico City
Espacio Chapultepec, Housing Project, Tijuana, Baja California
Ave Fénix Fire Station, Mexico City, 2006



Our design policy is to embody the universal elements as a foundation. Not only be defined as a typology, such as Japanese style, European style, provincial style, or urban style; we aim to portrait a universal and yet innovative discovery. For instance, the elements will be “light,” “gravity,” “time,” and “depth.”
Although all of these are conceptual, once it is realized in a space, this keep fresh without being influenced by the mood of times. This is due to human nature of seeking a fresh surprise. Encountering this kind of surprise intuitively make people realize that they are living at the exact moment. We consider this is in common with what the fashion can offer to people.

Main projects:
A Hill On A House
Kiya Ryokan
Teshima Yokoo House
Urban Prem Minami Aoyama



The studio was founded in 1985 by the architect Pietro Carlo Pellegrini, the office has always been to Lucca, growing up in time after several moves, in 2009 the headquarters was relocated to the dwelling place, where in the countryside, on the third floor of the historic building, directly connected with the home there are the rooms of the office that has always hosted various collaborators.
Italy and abroad the areas where it has always worked are the restoration, architectural design, urban regeneration and fittings.

Main projects:
Museo della Cattedrale di Lucca, Lucca, 1987 – 1992
Museo Italiano del Fumetto nell’ex-caserma Lorenzini, Lucca, 2003 – 2005
Allestimento del Museo Storico della Resistenza, S.Anna di Stazzema, Lucca, 2005 – 2007
Restauro e allestimento del complesso di Forte Arbuticci per la realizzazione del Museo Giuseppe Garibaldi a Caprera, La Maddalena, 2011-2012
Ampliamento del chiostro e ossario nel Monastero di Clausura di S. Gemma, Lucca, 1993-1997 e 2005
Casa di accoglienza dei pellegrini all’interno del monastero di clausura di Santa Gemma, Lucca, 2003 – 2005
Complesso residenziale per 40 appartamenti “Le Gemelle” e per 10 appartamenti “Edificio blu”, Lucca, 1996 – 2000 e 2001-2002
Complesso residenziale, direzionale e commerciale per 55 unità “Progress”, Lucca, 2002 – 2005
Edificio per eventi culturali ed espositivi sede della Fondazione Giuseppe Lazzareschi, Porcari, Lucca, 2002 – 2003
Restauro e adeguamento funzionale di Palazzo de’ Nobili, piazza del Carmine, Lucca, 2002 – 2007



In 1996 Boštjan Vuga and Jurij Sadar cofounded architectural office SADAR+VUGA, focusing on open, innovative and integral architectural design and urban planning.
The office has been driven by a quest for quality, with a strong belief that forward-leaping architectural production contributes to our well-being and generates a sensitive and responsive development of the physical context, broadening the imagination and stimulating our senses.
The portfolio of built work ranges from innovative town planning to public space sculpture, from interactive new public buildings to interventions within older existing structures. SADAR+VUGA’s projects forego adhering to a homogenieus visual and formal language and style. Each of them is developed from precise interpretation of client’s contextual, programmatic and pragmatic constraints.

Main projects:
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia (being part of permanent collection of the Arhitekturmuseum der TU München),
New entrance hall of the National Gallery of Slovenia,
housing projects Condominium Trnovski pristan and House Gradaška,
sculptural object Fountain Solkan and
office and exhibition building Arcadia Lightwear.
Amongst latest realized projects let us emphasize Football stadium and multi-purpose sports hall Stožice,
Air traffic control center at the Ljubljana airport and
Cultural Center of EU Space Technologies in Vitanje, Slovenia.

Currently the office is the final phase of design of New Building for the Study of Social Work (SOAG) and Sports hall extension at the Campus of University College Ghent in Belgium,
the competition winning entry. SOAG building construction start is scheduled for autumn this year.



Tabanlıoglu Architects was established by Murat Tabanlıoğlu in collaboration with Dr. Hayati Tabanlıoğlu in 1990; Arch. Melkan Gürsel Tabanlıoglu joined the group in 1995. Based in Istanbul with branches in Ankara, Dubai and Doha, office consists of more then 130 employees, operating in mainly Turkey, MENA and CIS Countries. Tabanlioglu has more then 50 years experience in architecture starting with Dr. Hayati Tabanlioglu, highly regarded architect of Ataturk Culture Center, Istanbul Atatürk Airport, Ataköy Tourism Center including Galleria, first shopping mall of Turkey. Searching for new efficiencies in terms of global and environmental needs and developments, Tabanlıoğlu works comprise wide range of building types.


MAX DUDLER_archmarathon

Max Dudler was born at Alterhein in Switzerland in 1949. His academic formation was at the Städel Schule of Frankfurt with Günter Bock and the Fine Arts Academy of Berlin with Ludwig Leo. From 1981 to 1986 he worked as architect in the office of Oswald Mathias Ungers, participating in projects like the Messehaus 9, the Gallery and the Tower on the Gleisdreieck for the Frankfurt Fair in Frankfurt.
In 1986 he started his own office in Frankfurt, together with Karl Dudler and Pete Welbergen. In 1992 he opened an office
in Berlin (now the main office with more than 60 employees) as well as in Zurich and Frankfurt. In twenty years the activity of the office has extended to include diverse contexts, from town planning to reconversion, from monument safeguarding to interior design.