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Michael Faulkner

MICHAEL FAULKNER

Partner at Design Haus Liberty, Member of the professional jury of the international competition Eurasia Prize 2018:

Michael Faulkner  spents 13 years working on big, high profile developments like Imperial’s White City Campus, The Cleveland Clinic London, NOVA Victoria in London and Abu Dhabi’s Al Maryah Island.

Michael’s used to designing, managing and executing projects in all phases of development –often with tricky constraints and tight timescales. He loves working in a team to find creative answers to difficult problems. He’s a member of the American Institute of Architects, and graduated with distinction from Harvard University in [date] with a Master of Architecture degree.

Before joining DH Liberty, Michael was a Director at PLP Architecture and has also worked at international practices KPF and Kieran Timberlake both in London and the United States.

On these pages we will show you some bright works of this studio.

Portfolio: Four Seasons Hotel in El Kuwait

Four Seasons Hotel in El Kuwait

Kuwait became a new boiling point of design when the Four Seasons Hotel appeared in it. It is located in one of the two towers in the Burj Alshaya complex, this is a new multifunctional building. The authors laid in the building a modern vision of Middle Eastern design. It has a glass appearance with an Arabic pattern. Lighting is made to individual order. Inside you can everywhere see works of contemporary art that catch the eye. The authors admit that their goal was to cause a sense of surprise among the guests. Everywhere you can find references to the art of the Middle East, but in its modern rethinking.

Press Room
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Four Seasons KUW for CNT
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 21-Jul-17
Photo by Ethan Mann/ITP Images
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Portfolio: Boutique hotel My Chelsea

Boutique hotel My Chelsea

Boutique hotel My Chelsea, part of the My Hotels brand has been designed by Design Haus Liberty with a fresh and welcoming style.

The beautiful gardens and iconic flower shows renowned for the area have all influenced the hotel’s designs to create an experience where botany and nature combine to provide a serene environment for guests to relax and soak up the atmosphere.

MWD
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Portfolio: Penthouses South Bank Tower

Penthouses South Bank Tower

Design Haus Liberty has been asked to redefine luxury living for the 21st century. This iconic masterpiece will be showcased in the exclusive high-rise penthouses of CIT’s new development: South Bank Tower. Located on a prime riverside site, this penthouse take advantage skyline views and lifestyle living through architecture.

The office volume, with its refined, formal vocabulary, reflects the distinct orientation of the site while addressing issues of sustainability, maximum efficiency, and flexibility. The entire building is recessed from the urban frontage and shielded by a carefully composed set of louvers along the western elevation designed for both maximum sun shading and privacy. The design of the Leblon Offices does not contextualize itself with its material palette, but rather through its articulation and layering of the primary façade with a screen. This enables the building to recede from the city while maintaining a street front. It offers its inhabitants the desired privacy and protection from the sun while maintaining a visual connection to the street and the sense of transparency.

The eastern section of the building is spaced apart from its neighbors to create internal courtyards and provide natural lighting on two exposures for all office spaces. Generous vertical gardens tie these open-air atriums into the exposed concrete core of the building.

The entire project straddles between the refined precision of a white aluminum-and-glass free-plan office, and the roughness of concrete and the vegetation within the courtyards. The firm’s design role was to bring to life a vision for a successful, high-end office space with a project that aspires to become a significant architectural contribution to Rio de Janeiro, respecting Brazil’s rich architectural heritage while simultaneously challenging preconceived notions of indoor and outdoor spaces, and the relationship between the building and the city of Rio de Janeiro.

Archilovers
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