The Sky's the Limit

The Sky’s the Limit – Applying Radical Architecture

13.06.2012

Hansha Reflection House is featured in Gestalten’s latest architectural publication ” The Sky’s the Limit – Applying Radical Architecture”. Other featured projects in this publication include works by Zaha Hadid, UN Studio, Toyo Ito amongst others.

“The Sky’s the Limit serves as a compelling and international exploration of these seemingly impossible, yet surprisingly practical structures and spaces by both young and established talents. Within the book, spectacularly formed permanent buildings mingle alongside expressive interiors and exteriors for both temporary projects and urban interventions.”

BOB

BOB

10.05.2012

Published by A&C Publishing Co. Ltd, South Korea, #94, May, 2012

Emporis

Emporis “10 Spectacular Japanese Design”

27.04.2012

Emporis selects Hansha Reflection House as one of 10 spectacular architecture designs in Japan.

“The worldwide editors of Emporis have chosen 10 buildings in Japan for their spectacular architecture. The structures impress not only in their appearance, but also for their design philosophy, ingenuity and interesting use of materials.”

DHD

DHD

26.04.2012

La Filosofia Della Buona Tavola – The Philosophy of Good Food

“The air is heavy with elegance in the ‘Tasting Room’, an exquisite restaurant-wine bar in Singapore. The convenient prices and the delightful à la carte menu promise to be the key to success of this restaurant, a chic ambience designed by Studio SKLIM.”

Hinge

Hinge

30.03.2012

Special 32 page “Food & Beverage” issue featuring The Tastings Room amongst selection of 16 restaurants worldwide.

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HOME

15.03.2012

Rettende Mauern – Saving Walls

Hansha Reflection house is featured in an article on design architecture that responds to both natural and man-made calamities.

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Cubes

28.02.2012

Pragmatism with a Twist

” Lim sees the house as being something ‘between Japanese and foreign,’ and the approach with which he sculpted it is fascinating for its considered manoeuvres. “