In case you missed them, here were some of July’s top stories.
11 August, 2016
#1 The Rock Solid Australian Embassy
In Jakarta, Denton Corker Marshall has created a new powerful landmark and symbol for Australia. Read more.
#2 Telling The Neighbourhood Story
At the brand new Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong, guests aren’t just living within one of the country’s most well-loved heritage towns – they get to absorb the rich facets of life in this neighbourhood. Read more.
#3 15 Singapore Projects Shortlisted For WAF 2016 Awards
A skyscraper defined by a massive vertical garden, mass housing of futuristic forms, and repurposed heritage monuments – here are some of the Singapore-based projects that made it to the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards shortlist this year. Read more.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
Singapore is known for its vibrant interior design scene. So who are the best of the best?
Choosing the right material for your kitchen countertop can be a daunting task.
Building on its commitment to environmental sustainability, Woven Image is offsetting the embodied carbon emissions of its leading sustainably-focused PET acoustic panel EchoPanel® to zero from January 2022.
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.