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The Scale House / acla:works

The 50-acre estate owned by Fernandes Distillers Ltd, whose rum business was sold in 1973 to Angostura, world renown for its aromatic bitters, has been transformed initially into Fernandes Industrial Centre, but now gradually into its current incarnation, Fernandes Business Centre. It follows that there was an increased need for better eating facilities for its growing population of office workers. When the owners came to Trinidad-based architecture and interiors firm, acla:works to design a new food court building, they were delighted as they too would be benefit as their headquarters was also located there…

Read more at Architecture Lab

Entire University Campus Designed and Constructed with BIM

The University of Trinidad and Tobago project involves the master planning and construction of a central university campus on a 150-acre green field site within a former World War II US Air Force base. Architectural and urban planning firm acla:works architects won the award to design the new university in late 2004…

Read more at Graphisoft

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago — In a part of the world, famous for its traditional gingerbread architecture, two local architects have designed contemporary homes that exploit Trinidad’s hilly, picturesque terrain to the full…

Read more at The New York Times

Casa Báscula / acla:works

A medida que creció la popularidad del Centro de Negocios, la necesidad de proporcionar mejores instalaciones de comida para sus clientes se hizo cada vez más evidente. En 2012, la firma de arquitectura e interiores con sede en Trinidad, acla:works, cuya sede se ubica también en el Centro de Negocios Fernandes, consiguió la adjudicación del contrato para diseñar un nuevo edificio para la plaza de comidas

As the popularity of the Business Center grew, the need to provide better food facilities for its customers became increasingly evident. In 2012, the architecture and interior firm based in Trinidad, acla: works, whose headquarters is also located in the Fernandes Business Center, was awarded the contract to design a new building for the food court…

Read more at ArchDaily Mexico

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