The practice’s new office on the CBD fringe of Singapore offers a window into the future of hybrid work.
From 1960s New York when private developers were incentivised to create civic space in the public realm, to today: where POPS tread a fine line between the private and the public. Denton Corker Marshall looks at how we can bridge the two.
Read this round-table discussion between Hassell and The Work Project in Singapore, about their vision for delivering co-working spaces to an increasingly competitive flexible workplace sector.
Launched in 2020, OBJKT Studio is driven by a continuous quest for new perspectives and insights and an undying passion for discovering complex, innovative methods that fuse design traditions of the past, present and future.
With organisations and professionals rethinking work and the workplace, co-working spaces may just be the most appealing solution to the hybrid working model in a post-pandemic world.
Waste not want not! These bold and innovative creators are designing objects and fashion using waste as their starting point.
After working remotely for months, what do we want to see in the future workplace? Gensler’s Singapore managing director Angela Spathonis shares some innovative strategies for a new hybrid workplace model.
The Citi Wealth Hub’s giant, glass conservatory is home to a veritable jungle – just part of the reason it won at this year’s INDE.Awards.
Design consultancy COLOURS tears down the architecture and public space silos to create meaningful places for people and the environment.
Earthy orchards and elemental processes form the design genesis of Aesop’s store at ION Orchard in Singapore.
Design firms from Asia present their take on 2020 in a design competition by Zenith Interiors.