Architecture • Alex Kuby

Architecture

Narrative Driven Design

I began working on my first E-Book this year as part of a new series of passive income strategies I’m testing for 2017. Coincidentally, my office’s PR Director asked if I would be willing to write a short post for the company’s LinkedIn campaign. Having my thoughts already swirling around the thesis of my book, […]



Norman Foster’s International Airport in Mexico City

Norman Foster: New International Airport for Mexico City RIBA, Nov 2015



A Hotel Concept for Baotou

One of the most enjoyable parts of my job is getting to understand cultures from around the world and develop design narratives that not only speak to the cultural context of a project, but also establish a strong architectural vocabulary to build on. These writings are valuable tools for me to refine my initial thoughts, continuously […]



Tadao Ando: Ichigoni 152



Hilton Wenchang

This Hilton development in South-East Asian was the first resort project I ever worked on at HBA. It was a significant learning experience as being part of a relatively young and small design team ensured exposure to every aspect of the project. Our design directive bolsters a story of Wenchang’s historical riches while it weaves […]