Hong Kong-based designer and consummate cosmopolitan, JJ Acuna of Bespoke Studio, muses on the changing face of hospitality and design across Asia Pacific.
We sit down with Reddie Furniture founder Caroline Olah to discuss Asian influence, design heritage and manufacturing.
Cosentino’s newly appointed vice president for Asia Pacific shares his strategic moves in driving the global architectural surfaces company’s growth in the region.
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.
Available now to Space Furniture, Baxter’s range of furniture pieces are an emulsion of beauty, modernist aesthetic and traditional craftsmanship.
Multi-residential living is the way of the future and whether you live in Hong Kong or Mumbai, Melbourne or Singapore good design makes all the difference to our lifestyle and wellbeing.
With a new category in this year’s INDE.Awards, there is the opportunity to shine the spotlight on the architecture leaders of the future. The Graduate seeks to bring to the local, regional and global stages students and their schools and highlight the innovation, imagination and artistry of the next generation of architects.
The principal designer of Denniston shares about the fundamentals of hotel design, his latest collaboration with Aman and the future of hospitality.
The hotel industry is being disrupted, we talk with Marriott International’s Toni Stoeckl on the value of customer experience, sustainability and wellness to stay one step ahead in the hospitality space.
How do the minds behind Dinosaur Designs reimagine a trophy for today’s creative industry? We chat with Stephen Ormandy to find out.
Dwp is an international practice that has established a foothold in Asia with strong ties to Australia. Indesign speaks with the practice’s CEO Brenton Mauriello, from his office in Thailand, about creating workplace culture and the changing perspectives of the region.