Alice Blackwood visits Rivière by Aria Property and Bates Smart, pausing for an overnight stay, to explore the sustainability principles and design innovations underpinning Rivière’s unique lifestyle proposition.
Designed with commitment to sustainability and featuring the integration of solid clay bricks, Premier Office seamlessly blends into the urban fabric of Tan Binh district.
Embark on a visual and intellectual journey through architectural excellence and rethinking of tropical living.
ONG&ONG and Nic Graham & Assoc . unveil a hotel experience paying homage to local heritage and tropical landscape in the middle of the bustling Orchard Road district.
Quod Architects designs an environmentally-sustainable ‘outdoor house’ fit for Singapore’s tropical climate, marrying nature and the man-made, present and future.
Gwen Tan is an architect with an illustrious career, designing homes that not only make a statement in their manipulation of form, but also in the way they respond to the owners, “adapting and evolving” over time.
For Ingrid Richards and Adrian Spence, Brisbane is more than just the city they call home – it’s a wellspring of inspiration. The pair reflects on lessons learnt in over a decade spent reshaping the civic identity of the Queensland capital.
ONG&ONG expands on the Modernist language of a house, and adapts it for a multi-generational family in Singapore.
Goy Architects designed this Singapore home for a pilates practitioner to be fit for physical activity, social engagement and environmental performance.
With the recent opening of The Calile Hotel – Richards & Spence’s latest addition to the James Street precinct they helped to revitalise – we thought it was time to sit down with the practice to explore its unique and transformative approach to design.