If you’re a fan of “The Great British Bake Off,” you’re going to love this. This week marked the debut of the Great Architectural Bake Off in New York, hosted by architecture firm Wimberly, Allison, Tong & Goo (WATG).
Ride the Real Orient-Express in First-Class Style
Debuting in March, the Grand Suites are so elegant and spacious, you might think you’re in a five-star hotel—save for the view of those rolling landscapes out your window.
It’s not blue, it’s not green — it’s teal
The hue we associate most with the Eighties and Nineties is back in fashion
Beyond the spa: WATG emphasizes holistic design
People are busier than ever—or, at least, it seems that way. Instead of technological advances freeing up more time, people are left starving for leisure and connection.
Hotel Review: The St. Regis Astana
The hotel opened officially on September 1, 2017 – it was originally scheduled to launch prior to the summertime Expo 2017 event in Astana, but this luxury brand is meticulous about all-round standards of quality, hence the later rollout.
Travel Daily News, Asia Pacific Interview
Chiara Calufetti-Lim, Associate Vice President & Senior Project Designer, WATG Singapore, in collaboration with the WATG Global Strategy team, talked to TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific about new technologies implemented in the architecture and design and thw evolving of conventional building methods.
Greenspace Takes Over London with WATG’s ‘Green Block’ Proposal
London Mayor Sadiq Khan proposed the challenge -- how does London become a designated National Park City-- and WATG, London-based landscape team, headed by Demet Karaoglu, accepted the challenge.
4 train journeys that are posher than a 5-star hotel
Someone is going to pop their clogs on the Orient Express. Well, that’s Agatha Christie for you – and how better to celebrate next month’s Hollywood remake of Murder on the Orient Express than with a jaunt on the actual Orient Express?