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Adib Jalal on defining relationships with place

Adib Jalal on defining relationships with place

Urbanist Adib Jalal explores our evolving relationships with the built environment and places connection at the heart of meaningful design.

AURA SKYPOOL: World’s highest wrap-around infinity pool by Kokaistudios

AURA SKYPOOL: World’s highest wrap-around infinity pool by Kokaistudios

Soaring to unprecedented heights, Kokaistudios’ AURA SKYPOOL delivers the details as well as the dramatics around the world’s highest 360° infinity pool.

This ribbon-like infrastructure is more than just a pedestrian bridge

This ribbon-like infrastructure is more than just a pedestrian bridge

Integrating considerations for connectivity, biodiversity, culture and ecology, the Yuandang Pedestrian Bridge elevates the function of the bridge to a hybrid public destination fit for leisure and relaxation.

Poul Henningsen’s iconic PH 2/2 Question Mark makes a reintroduction for a limited time at Louis Poulsen

Poul Henningsen’s iconic PH 2/2 Question Mark makes a reintroduction for a limited time at Louis Poulsen

A culmination of Poul Henningsen’s studies of light and its effect on well-being, the PH 2/2 Question Mark exemplifies the ingenuity and craftsmanship of the Danish ‘master of soft light.’

Building conservation: Its necessity in Singapore’s changing urban landscape

Building conservation: Its necessity in Singapore’s changing urban landscape

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.

5 notable installations from the 2021 London Design Festival’s Designposts initiative

5 notable installations from the 2021 London Design Festival’s Designposts initiative

The Designposts project at the 2021 London Design Festival explores the beauty of hardwood while celebrating emerging local talents and the creative history of London’s neighbourhoods.

Contextual and personal references shine in The Hari Hong Kong

Contextual and personal references shine in The Hari Hong Kong

The Hari hotel brand plants its London roots in the heart of Hong Kong’s bustling district with the handsome interiors designed by Tara Bernerd & Partners.

Fritz Hansen Tokyo strengthens connections between Scandinavian and Japanese design

Fritz Hansen Tokyo strengthens connections between Scandinavian and Japanese design

Fritz Hansen’s newly relocated Tokyo showroom opens its doors in a Kengo Kuma-designed building, paying tribute to the brand’s Danish legacy as well as the Scandinavian and Japanese influences that shaped Kuma’s career.

Gentle Architectural Interventions in Sri Lanka

Gentle Architectural Interventions in Sri Lanka

Designed by Norm Architects and Aim Architecture, K House in Sri Lanka considers the local vernacular for a contemporary and secluded experience.

Brewin Design Office Contemporises The Conrad Centennial

Brewin Design Office Contemporises The Conrad Centennial

Inspired by the original post-modern design aesthetic of the Conrad Centennial Singapore, Brewin Design Office breathes new life into the hotel’s public spaces.

A Learning Curve: Nanyang Girls’ High School Extension by Park + Associates

A Learning Curve: Nanyang Girls’ High School Extension by Park + Associates

Shortlisted in the INDE.Awards 2018, Park Associates’ addition to Nanyang Girls’ High School blurs the boundaries between formal and informal modes of learning and breaks typological moulds.

SIA Conference @ Archifest: Are Architects Agents of Change?

SIA Conference @ Archifest: Are Architects Agents of Change?

As part of the conversations on ‘Building Agency’ at this year’s SIA Conference, architectural practitioners and academics shed light on the increasingly collaborative nature of their work and the importance of disrupting norms.