Saturday in Design Singapore started with a bang on Wednesday 18 May, with an opening party at red dot design museum sponsored by Wilkhahn. Special guest Stefan Diez mingled with a crowd eager to see the best of what Singapore’s creative scene had to offer.
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Durable and adaptable seating creates dynamic teaching and learning environments at the new Centre for Creative Industries at St Andrew’s Lutheran College.
Whether it’s enhancing the sculptural volumes of the Cass Bay House, or creating a Piet Mondrian-like geometrical feature across the Pegasus Bay’s Esplanade Home, Neolith helps Massimiliano Capocaccia Architecture Studio augment the imaginative language of these coastal dwellings.
According to Le Corbusier, the struggle for it underpins the history of architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright described it as a “beautifier of buildings”. And Motoko Ishii famously equated it to life itself. Indispensable, life-affirming and metamorphic, light underpins all architectural and design efforts.
Japanese artist-cum-designer Tokujin Yoshioka pays special attention to the fundamentality of things in his latest collection for Desalto.
Woods Bagot’s Head of Interiors, Todd Hammond, and Principal, Domenic Alvaro, talk concept development for the new Living Edge showroom at The Woolstores Alexandria
Raindance Connect, the new shower system from Hansgrohe makes updating shower handsets straightforward and stylish.
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Taking the art of storytelling as his starting point, curator David Williams has drawn together works from Judith Neilson’s private collection for the latest exhibition at White Rabbit Gallery. Shuo Shu runs until May 14th.
With touches of Australian architectural vernacular, Luchetti Krelle has created a rustically charming winery experience fit for today. The design stuns from the inside and out.
It is with immense sadness that we report on the passing of Boris Tosic, founder of Élan. Boris was renowned for his irrepressible spirit, his drive and his big heart.
“Design and architecture have that ability to change human behaviour, but it is coming from Country and guiding us, not being guided by the human-centric design,” says Bernadette Hardy. Read more from this exclusive interview, first published in Forbes Australia.