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How can privately owned public space transform our cities?

How can privately owned public space transform our cities?

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.

Your last days to enter INDE.Awards! Plus 10 past winners to inspire you

Your last days to enter INDE.Awards! Plus 10 past winners to inspire you

INDE.Awards entries close this Thursday 31 March. We’ve rounded up 10 of our all-time favourite INDE.Awards winning projects.

Studio Tate pays forward with its pro-bono design programme

Studio Tate pays forward with its pro-bono design programme

Carley Nicholls and Alex Hopkins of Studio Tate are passionate about making good design accessible to all. The studio’s pro-bono social impact programme has transformed its working culture, and the everyday lives of its clients.

The 5 things you need to enter 2022 INDE.Awards today

The 5 things you need to enter 2022 INDE.Awards today

We know how much work is involved in pulling together an awards entry. We’ve collated an INDE.Awards entry checklist to help you along.

Mark Landini and his ‘blindfold test’ design approach

Mark Landini and his ‘blindfold test’ design approach

From flying around the clock, to traversing time zones from home. With severe limitations on international travel, Landini Associates has had to adapt its modus operandi. The process has been illuminating, reports Stephen Crafti.

Are architects responsible for shaping happy communities?

Are architects responsible for shaping happy communities?

ARM Architecture’s Jesse Judd and Mark Raggatt discuss how the pandemic has emphasised the importance of public space and why placemaking is now more important than ever.

Living together, high and low

Living together, high and low

Multi-residential living is the way of the future and whether you live in Hong Kong or Mumbai, Melbourne or Singapore good design makes all the difference to our lifestyle and wellbeing.

A kitchen sink designed for optimum versatility and efficiency

A kitchen sink designed for optimum versatility and efficiency

BLANCO ETAGON is a multi-functional concept for the modern kitchen by BLANCO, the German specialist for kitchen sinks and taps.

Singapore Interior Design Awards 2020

Singapore Interior Design Awards 2020

A host of winners across 55 categories point to promising days ahead for design in Singapore and Asia.

Exceptional Craftsmanship leads to an exceptional book launch

Exceptional Craftsmanship leads to an exceptional book launch

‘Liaigre Creation’ from writer and art historian Francoise-Claire Prodhon takes readers inside LIAIGRE’s latest private residences for an intimate look into the exceptional craftsmanship within.

Better Than Nature Intended

Better Than Nature Intended

Although you’ll have encountered shale many times in the built environment, you probably won’t have been aware of it. That’s because fine-grained, layered shale is typically used as an ingredient of other materials – chiefly brick and terracotta.

Material, Process And Fascinating Beauty

Material, Process And Fascinating Beauty

Bocci’s mesmerising lighting designs are not known by a word-based nomenclature. Rather, every alluring product takes a number.