Siren Design’s progressive and unequivocally cool workplaces are grounded by a belief in designing for community and context.
As the hospitality industry goes into a tailspin from the pandemic, hoteliers and designers alike are forced to reckon with the true value that hotels bring to guests.
Rather than relegating learning to only classrooms, Henning Larsen’s Hong Kong studio has designed the entire French International School of Hong Kong as a playground for exploration, education and eco-friendliness.
Peer behind the calming timber reception and you will be surprised to find bursts of pink, orange and blue. This dermatology clinic breaks with convention to offer a new way of projecting professionalism and comfort.
The new Aēsop store in Shibuya, designed by TORAFU ARCHITECTS, features a juxtaposition of materials that celebrates the opposite ends of perfection and imperfection.
Bringing colonial design flavours in a thoroughly modern execution, John Anthony restaurant by Linehouse is a feast for the eyes.
Herzog & de Meuron has joined together 16 structures, breathing new life into the iconic Hong Kong Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison.
Foster + Partners has breathed new life into a conserved building whose magnificent arching architecture provides the starting point for both intimate and public engagement. This is The Murray.
Naoto Fukasawa outfits a traditional michiya into Issey Miyake’s first standalone store in Kyoto, offering a tranquil backdrop for the brand’s graphic and colourful clothing.
Design darlings Neri&Hu have repurposed a former restaurant at The Opposite House hotel into a resplendent, light-filled space with an ingenious reinterpretation of historical elements.