SPARK’s director Wenhui Lim demonstrates how Brutalist building interiors can be successful upgraded into a colourful, light-filled home for creative self-expression and freedom.
The youth-focused mall and education hub embraces the vitality of the arts district while turning the failures of an existing building around.
Lim Wenhui, Jury Chairperson for the 2018 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Singapore, shares her thoughts on the incorporation of smart tech into the built environment.
What sorts of experiences will we want from the city when online retail diminishes the scope of shopping even more than it already has? A mixed-use development puts the emphasis on F&B, porosity and shared spaces.
What are the most important sites for retail today – the physical store, the online store, the pop-up, social media, or a mix? We investigated with a Design Conversation about retail design at W. Atelier.
SPARK’s ambitious proposal aims to tackle two pressing issues facing Singapore – that of a rapidly ageing population and a lack of natural food resources.
SPARK’s eye-catching ‘pleated’ and ‘woven’ facade in this mixed-use development resolves a variety of practical issues whilst referencing the textile market that formerly operated on the site.
SPARK designs a dynamic shopping experience for visitors to Fuzhou Wusibei Thaihot Plaza.