Moreau & Kusunoki

Moreau Kusunoki, created in 2011, is codirected by Nicolas Moreau and Hiroko Kusunoki. The two gained their first professional experience in Tokyo, where they learned from internationally renowned architects such as Ban on the art of construction, Sejima and Nishizawa and Associates (SANAA) on programmatic and spatial investigation, and Kuma Kengo Architecture and Associates on material sensibility. They won first prize in the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition in their 4th year.

Photo Source: Imgur: The magic of the Internet
Photo Source: Exclusive: Moreau Kusunoki on winning controversial Guggenheim Helsinki contest | attractionsmanagement.com news

Bjarke Ingels

Bjarke Ingels established himself as an architectural legend at a time when many others were just starting out. His work exudes a peculiar optimism that is both whimsical and practical, as well as easily accessible.

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), was founded in 2014 and has already completed decade-defining projects including Two World Trade Center, CopenHill Energy Pland and Urban Recrection Center,  and the LEGO House.

Photo Source: BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group
Photo Source: Gallery of CopenHill Energy Plant and Urban Recreation Center / BIG – 1 (archdaily.com)

Melike Altinisik

Melike Altinisik is a well-known architect who spent seven years in London working under Zaha Hadid Architects. Altinisik, the founder of MAA, is now back in her hometown of Istanbul, where she has had a successful career that has earned her numerous honors.

Istanbul’s TV and Radio Tower is one of her most well-known recent works. Seoul’s Robot Science Museum is being built entirely by robots, who are molding, welding, assembling, and polishing it. She describe the style of MAA is between nature and art with using technology.

Photo Source: Portre & Röportaj: Melike Altınışık – Şantiye Dergisi (santiye.com.tr)
Photo Source: Melike Altinisik Architects | İstanbul TV & Radio Tower

Ma Yansong 

Ma Yansong, who was born in China in 1975, is the founder of MAD Architects, which has offices in Beijing and Los Angeles. He was the first Chinese architect to acquire a fellowship from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). RIBA fellowship has helped him become one of Asia’s most sought-after architects.

His work and style exemplify China’s rise and hope. The architectural approach of Yangon combines traditional East Asian characteristics with bold and contemporary accents that can border on surrealism. In summation, MAD architecture buildings incorporate structure, landscape, light, plants, and water.

Harbin Opera House and Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort are the most famous building of MAD Architects.

Photo Source: 10 Q&A with Archilovers: MAD architects
Photo Source: PX3 2016 Winner – Harbin Opera House – Single Winner
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