In a time of climate emergency, how can cities support and balance the needs of their people and the planet, while ensuring their prosperity?
What are the impacts that the built environment has on the environment? Our panel of experts will discuss sustainable strategies that revolutionise the built industry.
WY-TO Group’s winning C40 Reinventing Cities Global Competition proposal puts a new lease on life to the Bukit Timah Fire Station and sets precedents for historic conservation and adaptive reuse in Singapore.
This month, the editorial team has spent as much time out of the Indesign Media offices as in. Here’s a regional wrap of some of the major happenings and directions around the region, and further afield.
Festival Director Yann Follain of WY-TO brings his human-centric mindset to Archifest this year. A pavilion by Kite Studio Architecture will be the anchor space.
What are some of the most pressing issues for architects and designers to address in Southeast Asia? A seminar featuring six of the INDEs Shortlisted projects was an opportunity to learn and discuss.
INDE.Awards 2018 shortlisted project Mobile Lotus by WY-TO sets an example of how the experience of hands-on community-based projects could help to build resilient modes of practice among tomorrow’s design professionals.
WY-TO and POD Structures have developed a low-cost and easily assembled temporary housing to provide disaster relief to populations affected by natural disasters.
A conversation about the changing hospitality industry; an award-winning house by RT+Q Architects; a mature design personality for Twitter’s Asia Pacific HQ courtesy of Siren Design; a contemporary take on the monastery by Multiply Architects; the diverse portfolio of eco.id; and much more in our latest issue.
WY-TO proposes a futuristic and humanistic metropolis set in an imaginary world thirty-five years from now, writes Yvonne Xu.
WY-TO and urban greening specialist Greenology collaborated to produce a fully recyclable, climate-sensitive pavilion laden with plants for the Green UrbanScape Asia exhibition, held recently at Singapore EXPO. Narelle Yabuka paid a visit.