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In case you missed them… here’s a recap of our top 5 stories for the month of July.

Did You Miss Our Top Stories?


August 4th, 2015

#1 Singapore Indesign Intimate 2015 Review: Up-Close And Personal With Design


Made possible thanks to a total of 16 exhibitors and 23 partners, supporters and sponsors, this year’s Singapore Indesign Intimate presented a new format of our annual Indesign landmark event. The boutique design event took place over two weekdays instead of a Saturday, and was consolidated with two locations: Red Dot Design Museum and National Design Centre (NDC) instead of multiple spots. It strengthened close relationships and ties with and within the local design community through thought provoking and creative content. Read more…

#2 Mixing Business with Pleasure in Office Design


Breaking the preconceived notions of what an office should be, JJ office, designed by Malaysia-based architecture and interior design studio S:lab 10, is a multifaceted, multipurpose building that has been envisaged with seemingly opposing purposes of business and leisure under one roof. Read more…

#3 FLIQ: Looking At Design From Different Angles


George B. K. Soo, founder of design consultancy FLIQ, has a distinctive way of looking at things around him. Always in search of new perspectives and unique solutions to design challenges, Soo applies this philosophy within his practice, re-imagining brand stories and helping his clients innovate through design. Read more…

#4 Building for the Future; Remembering the Past


A project that combines meticulous conservation and contemporary adaptation, all the while remaining sensitive to the surrounding context, CSC@Changi by DP Architects preserves the old-school allure of the Changi Village area and updates the existing cluster of colonial buildings to meet new recreational and hospitality needs. Read more…

#5 Matthew Burke: Best Design Outcomes Begin With Diverse Teams


It has been seven months since Matthew Burke joined Geyer as its regional leader in Asia. He tells Stephanie Peh how the interior firm takes on an integrated approach that encompasses fields of strategic thinking, design implementation and change management to ensure overall effectiveness across projects. Read more…


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