This year’s winning projects mirror the escalating diversity of talent and innovative specialisations among architects in Singapore.
Formwerkz Architects employs a medley of judicious manoeuvres to create a light-filled, interactive terrace house filled with the pleasantries of plants.
What can be done to reduce the environmental impact of the furniture industry? Three industry professionals share their thoughts, initiatives, and aspirations for a greener industry..
Can a house heal, delight and restore ties as much as it provides shelter? In recent years, the crop of single-family dwellings in Singapore displays modes of expression, experience and efficiency that reflect the humble typology’s increasing fulfilment of diverse roles.
See how architects reinterpret the tropical house with concrete as an endearing protagonist.
P5 Studio and Frag present AR_T, a collab project with Architology, Atelier Ikebuchi, Studio IF, Produce + Superstructure, Studio Wills + architects, Super Fat Designs, Parenthesis Studio and Right Angle Studio.
Is it the antidote to Singapore’s culture of newness? The reticent shell of the Grotto House by Formwerkz Architects disguises a dramatic, richly textured interior of framing and layering.
In Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Formwerkz Architects and S H MOK reinterpret traditional courtyards and vernacular tropical forms with a vast cloistered home.
Elena Manferdini, Raffi Lehrer and Brandon Kruysman shared their achievements, experiences in discovering new potentials in the cross-disciplinary spaces.
What happens when the indoor-outdoor boundary is dissolved? Formwerkz Architects create expansive, continuous spaces for a family in a Singapore neighbourhood without maximising the floor area. Here’s a glimpse of our Cubes 86 feature!
Produce Workshop’s process of making a rippling, soaring plywood installation for Xtra; young architects talk about setting up their own studios; and much more in our upcoming issue.