From Malaysia to Vietnam, these hospitality projects champion their Asian roots and blend cross-cultural elements to great success.
Rainy Sydney played host to the INDE.Awards mixer event: an opportunity for the industry to come together and celebrate a 2020 programme unlike any other.
Returning to work and to the office is at last on the agenda and also the topic of much discussion for workers and employers. How to navigate the new normal is the question on everyone’s lips and Herman Miller is here to help.
A curvaceous counter connects customers with their barista at Voids Café, a compact café in River Valley, Singapore, designed by Studio SKLIM.
A ‘curtain sex hotel’ turned on its head, a living jungle of a house which rewrites the typology for carbon-positive living… this year’s The Building category sets a clear and decisive agenda for architecture in 2020 and beyond.
Now is the time to have your voice heard and make a difference by voting for your favourite projects in the People’s Choice award for, Best of the Decade I The Living Space and Best of the Decade I The Work Space. You have until 22 May to make a decision, cast your vote and participate in the 2020 INDE.Awards.
Architect and academic Juan Du has devoted all aspects of her career to the study of urban development in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, and the pursuit of more socially and culturally sustainable outcomes.
Working collectively from Singapore, Bali and Chiang Mai, Goy Architects is nimble in method but deep in consideration – always attuned to opportunities to cross-pollinate ideas, materials and crafts from around Southeast Asia.
Jonathan Richards and Kirsten Stanisich create spaces that align with the human need for wellbeing, that address inclusivity and sustainability, and that make people ‘feel something’.
The town of Corowa in regional New South Wales has proven to be the ideal base for Regional Design Service – an architecture studio that delivers meaningful, sustainable design outcomes and strategies for Australia’s rural and regional communities.
Leading a studio of designers, engineers and makers in Melbourne, Ross Gardam is the author of rigorously considered objects that bring value to people in a noise-filled world.