One of the region’s early South East Asian designers to break into the international design scene, Nathan Yong has used the past 30 years to cement a path for his future peers.
Coordination Asia’s design for the Kids Museum of Glass 2.0 in Shanghai is a sophisticated scheme that appeals to both young and old.
Memorable might as well be their middle name: Child Studio uses every hospitality and retail project as an opportunity to take you on a journey of cinematic proportions.
Ask Nonda Katsalidis what his favourite Fender Katsalidis project is, and he’ll succinctly say it’s always the next building. Leanne Amodeo interviews this maker of architectural history.
Hotel and retail environments lean hard on their surface selections in particular to bring design vision to life.
Whether minimalist or maximalist, education design ultimately needs to be adaptable. Leanne Amodeo explores the power of flexibility in contemporary education spaces.
BLP’s Orygen and OYH Parkville offers a worldclass case study for the role can buildings play in alleviating feelings of loneliness and elevating mental health.
Libraries as newly reimagined hubs of technology and activity continue to grow in both scale and scope, with architects and designers responding to impress.
Known for their talent in adaptive re-use, Linehouse brings new vision to an under-utilised indoor pool at Jing’an Kerry Centre in Shanghai.
Architecture is more than just a practise, it’s a vocation, for brothers and business partners, Corbett and Carey Lyon.
Hybrid working puts the pressure back on the individual to expertly communicate and perform within a team of dispersed personnel. How can workplace design help to enhance office dynamics?
Capable of encouraging deep engagement between people and place, sustainable design is an opportunity that ought to be urgently harnessed in hotel design. Leading the way, some architects and designers are doing just that.