Author: Chiraine Rosina

Chiraine is stylist and contributing editor of Plant Light Book

The Eden Project: Worlds Largest Indoor Rainforest

The Eden Project is a collection of giant bio-domes containing various botanical gardens and rainforests, located in Cornwall, England. It is both a botanical and architectural gem, providing a home to countless species of plants, trees, fruits, vegetables, and small animals such as birds, frogs, insects, and other…

Gibson Drive: A Suburban Part Of Nature

Gibson Drive by Australian architect, Marcus Browne is part of a range of mid-century and modernist inspired homes which will bring you straight back to the 50’s with its luxurious mid-century modern aesthetic. The residence is a perfect example of the simplicity, functionality, and affordability combined…

Bethells Bach by herbst architects

Bethells is a coastal community located on one of Auckland’s popular west coast beaches. Bethell’s community is separated from the beach behind sand dunes that have accumulated over the last several thousand years. An area of natural beauty and wild landscapes, it is surrounded by…

Shigeru Ban: The Paper Architect’s Complete Work 1985-2010

The ecologically minded architect Shigeru Ban is famous for his structures crafted from recyclable materials as well as his adoption of traditional Japanese building methods. He became famous for his use of paper tubes and cargo containers in his innovative, portable designs. Ban’s heritage has a definite impact on his projects, as…