Jumeirah Bali tells the story of the grand Majapahit empire through water sculptures, symbolic forms and contemporary injections, bridging Bali’s past and present.
Designed by inkmason, the Polaroid pop-up store amplifies the brand’s iconic spectrum logo, creating a visual language that expresses the joy of creating instant images.
Produced and curated by Yeo Ker Siang and DesignSingapore Scholarship recipients, Design Superposition challenges visitors to re-consider what design means to them and the greater society.
In Singapore for his latest installation, Remember Your Dreams, architect-turned-artist Cyril Lancelin talks about how public art can inspire creativity and convey meaningful messages.
The newly refurbished Yeahka office conceived by JSPA Design features a stripped away aesthetic that emphasises transparency – fit for a company that specialises in payment.
Manuel Der Hagopian of G8A believes that public housing is necessary to maintain social balance and that good architecture which serves people is borne of a deep understanding of time and place.
Design consultancy COLOURS tears down the architecture and public space silos to create meaningful places for people and the environment.
Rosie Oliver, Design Leader of Woods Bagot Singapore, shares the team’s working process and the common thread for workplace design in the face of a pandemic.
An exhibition at National Gallery Singapore curates artworks created against the backdrop of post-war rapid development in Southeast Asia.
With principles of ‘live free, seek green’ in mind, Salient conceived the Amaya Resort by seeking to re-establish the lost connection between man and nature in the city of Howrah, India.
Cloudstreet by greymatters possesses all the operational sensibilities for a fine-dining establishment without falling prey to aesthetic stereotypes.
The Sparkletots Preschool designed by LAUD Architects breaks the mould of the traditional childcare centre, avoiding corridor-style classrooms that compromise privacy and restrict outdoor access.