Exciting new online platform will cover the best interiors, design and architecture in the Asian region.
June 3rd, 2011
Indesign has launched a brand-new web portal dedicated to design and architectural developments coming out of Asia.
Indesignlive.asia will feature the latest commercial, residential and civic projects; profile industry movers and shakers and bright young talents, and report on the latest products, events and parties from the region.
Heading up the site is Singapore-based journalist Janice Seow, a key figure in the local design scene.
“It’s wonderful to see the number of great projects and developments shaping the design scene here in Singapore and Asia,” said Seow.
“With designers and architects doing such fine work in this region, we need a media platform such as Indesignlive.asia to get their stories out there.”
Indesignlive.asia prides itself on being part of, and at the heart of, the design and creative community in Asia. Check it out for your regular fix of design news.
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