A New Look at our Best Spaces
Contemporary Caribbean Architecture Featured in MACO magazine
While we were all on Christmas break, our Minimalist Christmas Tree was off becoming famous!
Minimalist Tree Part 2
How to Create your own Minimalist's Tree by acla:works
acla:works’ Christmas Recipe: The Minimalist’s Tree
As an architect of over forty years standing Brian Lewis eats, sleeps and breathes design. He takes enormous pleasure from encountering an expertly conceived building, whether or not it’s one that he’s happened to have worked on. His eye for detail is impeccable, and he’ll note how natural light changes the perception of a structure throughout the day, and appreciate the way that a building has been designed to relate to the landscape around it...
Featured in Hasselblad!
T&T Institue of Architects Supplement, Monday October 25 1993
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