Manuel Der Hagopian of G8A believes that public housing is necessary to maintain social balance. And he says good architecture which serves people is borne of a deep understanding of time and place.
The newly refurbished Yeahka office conceived by JSPA Design features a stripped away aesthetic that emphasises transparency – fit for a company that specialises in payment.
Design consultancy COLOURS tears down the architecture and public space silos to create meaningful places for people and the environment.
At Yi by Jereme Leung at Raffles Hotel Singapore, Aedas Interiors invites diners on a design journey through the Chinese legend of creation.
Despite limited materials for medical facilities, UPSTAIRS_ has conceived a contemporary clinic, fit for medical and aesthetic treatments, while embedding the practitioners’ beliefs.
The Bottle Shop and B Bar – hidden behind a supermarket – is a series of spaces inspired by high street bottle shops with the charm of vintage European cellars, cumulating in a whimsical world.
Studio SKLIM draws upon concepts of emptiness and negative space to optimise space in a micro café located along River Valley Road, Singapore.
HASSELL creates a duo of spaces that celebrate the art of enjoying afternoon tea with a unique take on the tropical colonial aesthetic at the Regent Singapore.
The facade of the new Hotel Mono in Singapore’s Chinatown precinct features a striking black and white palette that continues internally to create bold statements.
We step inside Black Cant System, the Shanghai boutique declared World Interior of the Year at the World Architecture Festival this year.