A WARM PLACE... DEEPENS CONNECTIONS & RELATIONS BETWEEN PEOPLE.Read More
City of Macau is a curious blend of Chinese and Portuguese art forms.
Landscape Architecture exudes colors from both Asia and Europe. as temples, churches and forts appear restlessly
Please let me introduce one of my favorite Landscape Architect whom I have once worked with and who have designed various lyrical landscapes across the world...
Koshi Ohashi, founder of M & N Environmental Planning Institute is
AIDA meaning ‘in between’ in Japanese, this sacred place is a healing space between the river, east and west, and the damaged and the healed...
Below the Japanese Botanical Garden
This site of constant flow is an expression of water. The site wholly becomes a flow of something rather mystical, magical and tranquil,Read More
Tap Seac Square in the heart of Macau, Preserving and Restoring Macau’s historical qualities and Urban Design. The area we now call Tap Seac Square resulted from a land reclamation back in 1905. TRead More
TRUE RELEASE BY THE WATER
Taipa Garden, a place of gathering, community, release, freedom of body mind spirit.
SLOWLY AWAY FROM THE BUSTLING LIFE
The Fortress, or Monte Fort lies to the east of the Ruins of St. Paul’s, Macau.
Built in 1616, it’s initial intent was to defend the church from the pirates and later became solely a military fort.
Camoes Garden, the largest garden in Macau is filled with the most serene atmosphere.
Tai Chi groups, joggers, strollers and wanderers come together by the banyan trees to relax their body mind spirit.