The pandemic-driven disruption of how we work has been painful for both companies and employees. But it is also providing an opportunity for everyone to recalibrate how we want the future of work to look like.
The Work Project and Hassell have enjoyed the benefit of working together since the co-working provider entered the Singapore market. How have their conversations about delivering spaces in an increasingly competitive flexible workplace sector evolved through the years? We hear from both of them in the light of The Work Project’s newly minted space at CapitaGreen.
M Moser takes a multi-layered approach to interpreting Spotify’s core values in its new regional hub. Flexibility, inclusivity and playfulness come together in this immersive workspace.
The public spaces of YTL Corporation’s new Kuala Lumpur headquarters walk a fine line between celebrating legacy and embracing the future.
How can architecture positively impact less-than-ideal manufacturing practices in developing countries? With Jakob Factory, Rollimarchini Arkitekten and G8A Architects propose a new factory typology that puts an emphasis on the well-being of the people and the land.
Daliana Suryawinata and Florian Heinzelmann of SHAU are dogged idealists when it comes to the transformative power of architecture and urban design. Projects like their series of microlibraries show how social improvements can come one architectural experiment at a time.
Serie Architects’ founding principal Christopher Lee has single-mindedly designed with utmost consideration of the city and the cultural and societal norms that come along with it. The resulting works are thoughtful contributions to the cities they inhabit.
The fast-food chain’s CUBE stores by Steve Leung Design in China kick off a refresh of its outlets.
Nathan Yong releases his next collection of furniture inspired by the craft and dedication of Japanese woodwork.
EDEN eschews the shiny, enclosed tower typology of high-end housing in favour of a more humanistic approach that celebrates Singapore’s tropical setting.
Earthy orchards and elemental processes form the design genesis of Aesop’s store at ION Orchard in Singapore.
The principal designer of Denniston shares about the fundamentals of hotel design, his latest collaboration with Aman and the future of hospitality.