Brewin Design Office’s assiduous renovation of 61 Robinson turns an uninspiring and disjointed lobby into an elegant, harmonious and uplifting space.
For T Office, Right Angle Studio draws on the concept of a home office, illustrating a clean yet functional design for employees to enjoy.
Evans Lee Design’s new workspace in Guangzhou is a minimal, labyrinthine space that eschews the formality of typical office culture.
PwC South East Asia Consulting’s Experience Centre by Siren Design presents a dynamic interior of spatial and technological cohesion.
Stephanie Er of Cream Pie discusses human-centric design and the purposeful engagement of materials and space.
What are the real benefits of co-working spaces? The Workshop @ Lavender elevates the conversation beyond form and smart colour use to address light, space and an acute appreciation for the user.
Can a house heal, delight and restore ties as much as it provides shelter? In recent years, the crop of single-family dwellings in Singapore displays modes of expression, experience and efficiency that reflect the humble typology’s increasing fulfilment of diverse roles.
Siren Design’s progressive and unequivocally cool workspaces are grounded by a belief in designing for community and context. It is all the more relevant in our isolating pandemic circumstances, asserts its Singapore managing director Penny Sloane.
As the hospitality industry goes into a tailspin from the pandemic, hoteliers and designers alike are forced to reckon with the true value that hotels can bring to guests – thoughtfully designed experiences unique to the cities they call home.
They’d been empty for nearly a decade, but now their restoration has been recognised in the URA Architectural Heritage Awards 2019. Surbana Jurong Consultants and Asylum have resurrected a series of shophouses into the light-filled, community enhancing Temasek Shophouse.
HYLA Architects’ Concrete Light House reinterprets the tropical house with concrete as an endearing protagonist.
Lim Shing Hui of L Architects believes great architecture comes from brevity of form and materiality, and asking simple questions.