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Son Of The Soil Draws Spotlight To Grenada

Grenadian architect Bryan Bullen is the recipient of the prestigious 2022 Design Excellence Award instituted by the Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA). The award recognises an architectural practice making the most outstanding contribution, having particular relevance to the country or region in which the architect or architectural practice operates. An eminent Jury Panel consisting of

Grenada’s First Participation at the Venice Biennale Features the Country’s Newest Landmark and Its Plans of Urban Regeneration

For the first time in the Venice Architecture Biennale, the island nation of Grenada presents the exhibition COethos, featuring its newest architectural landmark, Grenada’s House of Parliament, together with a number of ideas for regenerating the city of St. George’s. Curated by the Babau Bureau collective, the pavilion showcases the design and building process of

But First, Mother Nature

GREEN BUILDING MAY BE A GLOBALLY EXPANDING TREND, BUT IN THE CARIBBEAN, BLAZING SUN, CORROSIVE SALT AIR, AND POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS WEATHER CONDITIONS HAVE ALWAYS GUIDED THE WAY STRUCTURES ARE DESIGNED AND BUILT. Working with environmental conditions is a guiding principle that defines the practice of Grenadian firm Caribbean Office of Co-operative Architecture (COCOA). Across COCOA’s

Destination Caribbean / Island Innovation

Bryan Bullen, director of COCOA, shares the inspiration behind his latest project on the island of Grenada which seamlessly blends green technology with luxurious design. Edited by Tania Jacobs. When renting in the Caribbean, location is vital, but an equally important consideration is property architecture and build that not only complements the surroundings but also