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 can bring to guests – thoughtfully designed experiences unique to the cities they call home.
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.
They’d been empty for nearly a decade, but now their restoration has been recognised in the URA Architectural Heritage Awards 2019. Surbana Jurong Consultants and Asylum have resurrected a series of shophouses into the light-filled, community enhancing Temasek Shophouse.
Asylum’s second store for skincare brand Aesop is a meditation on Singapore’s relationship with land that pairs textural contrast and carefully calibrated lighting to a maximum impact.
The Singapore Night Festival returns this year with a plethora of experiences to light up Singapore’s Bras Basah.Bugis district from 23 to 31 August 2019.
Inspired by the courtyards of traditional Peranakan shophouses, the new Aesop store is a delicate dreamscape reflecting the brand’s philosophy of authenticity and thoughtful engagement.
Our Cubes 85 feature on The Warehouse Hotel explores the negotiated narratives that informed the design of this coveted destination. Here we focus on its architectural transformation.
Singapore-based design studio Asylum designs a co-working environment suited for innovators from all industries. Olha Romaniuk writes.