Park + Associates has crafted a journey for creative discovery and exploration in the new and expanded Hafary Gallery.
Is the future being built in the countryside now? Samir Bantal and Rem Koolhaas lead an investigation into this fascinating “ignored realm” with the Countryside project.
Architecture is reportedly a profession of stress. How can workplace culture alleviate the daily pressures that come with the job? Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia resets the priorities of his busy, award-winning firm.
With FARMACY, FARM uses deep research, community conversation, and engagement with subject matter experts to chart a way through the complexities of creative projects today.
HASSELL has designed The Great Room at Raffles Arcade for social connections, with a nod to the history of the grand hotel it resides in.
Just how ‘public’ can a shared workspace be? Publik Office in Ho Chi Minh City, designed by Sanuki Daisuke Architects, mediates the private-public divide.
Ministry of Design transposes heritage in the new quasi-colonial Prestige Hotel in Penang, with a contemporary interpretation of Victorian design – visual trickery included.
Walking meetings and escape nooks – designed for both connection and disconnection – are key to wellness and productivity in two new workspaces at Paya Lebar Quarter.
An architect, an engineer and an interior designer working in the hospitality sector discuss alternative building materials, penalties for polluting construction, and time as an aspect of sustainability.
The number of brand touchpoints is expanding, say three leading retail designers and strategists, and brands are starting to take on human qualities.
A bar culture is taking shape in Jakarta, and this speakeasy designed by young studio Bitte Design offers a 1920s concoction.
We chatted with founders of Jakarta-based Bitte Design Studio Agatha Carolina and Chrisye Octaviani about starting a design business and creating sustainable spaces.