After three days of crits, talks and presentations, the full winners of the 2023 World Architecture Festival have been announced.
The 2023 World Architecture Festival (WAF) features no less than 44 category prizes – find out about the winners and commendations from days one and two here.
The Greenhouse located at the Dulwich College (Singapore) campus in Bukit Batok, marks a significant stride towards sustainable design, with a focus on holistic education and environmental responsibility.
A set of landmark agreements made by the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia is ensuring that Australian and New Zealand architects will find it easier to have their professional registration recognised internationally.
Against the stunning backdrop of Marina Bay Sands, guests experienced the brand’s revolutionary 400 series and eco-friendly gastronomic creations by Chef Wu Si Han.
Members of the built environment are invited to join the global community dedicated to achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
Discover how the company’s meticulous attention to detail and commitment to quality and sustainability drive a unique experience that transcends trends.
The Sol Awards consist of six categories that celebrate excellence and sustainability in the local furniture sector.
Drawing inspiration from the beauty of the plum blossom, Hot Design Folks unveils a contemporary vision of Chinese haute cuisine restaurant MUME in Moscow City.
Renowned designer Jarrod Lim on his modern interpretation of the peacock chair, his adoption of thermally modified American red oak and his collaboration with the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC).
There’s a new addition to Gaggenau’s stable of culinary partners in Singapore and he is a force to be reckoned with.