The Sparkletots Preschool designed by LAUD Architects in Singapore breaks the mould of the traditional childcare centre, avoiding corridor-style classrooms that compromise privacy and restrict outdoor access.
The Sparkletots Preschool designed by LAUD Architects breaks the mould of the traditional childcare centre, avoiding corridor-style classrooms that compromise privacy and restrict outdoor access.
SIA bestowed six Design Awards and 15 Honourable Mentions across six new categories in this year’s SIA Architectural Design Awards at the Resort World Sentosa.
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.
Architecture, interior design and furniture work together at the new Philips APAC Center in Singapore to support collaborative exchange in a matrix-like environment. Critical to the mix are a variety of working and collaborative settings from Haworth.
Today’s shifts in workplace design; the rise of co-working; radical retail design; a fresh take on elements of traditional tropical houses; and much more in our latest issue.
A total of 29 projects were honoured at the prestigious SIA Architectural Design Awards for displaying originality, sensitivity, and innovation across concept, design and construction.
LAUD Architects capitalised on the therapeutic quality of greenery for the Agape Village training centre, making vegetation an integral part of the architecture. Felicia Toh writes for Cubes Indesign.
A skyscraper defined by a massive vertical garden, mass housing of futuristic forms, and repurposed heritage monuments – here are some of the Singapore-based projects that made it to the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards shortlist this year.