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Get to know the stories behind the latest and greatest interior design projects and architectural projects in Singapore. Every exemplary architecture project and interior design project from across the Indo Pacific region can be found right here.

Le Coq Wine & Bistro, Taikooli offers a walk-in vineyard experience

Le Coq Wine & Bistro, Taikooli offers a walk-in vineyard experience

Le Coq Wine & Bistro, Taikooli by RooMoo offers a twist on the usual restaurant and bar experience. Visitors to the Shanghai venue can explore the process of wine production through a reinterpreted spatial design.

Terrace house with split-levels, skylights and indoor gardens

Terrace house with split-levels, skylights and indoor gardens

Formwerkz Architects employs a medley of judicious manoeuvres to create a light-filled, interactive terrace house filled with the pleasantries of plants.

Taliesyn practises what it preaches with its sustainably designed studio

Taliesyn practises what it preaches with its sustainably designed studio

Designing a new workplace for its own practice, Taliesyn incorporates all its forward thinking biophilic ideas and more in Taliesyn Studio. This is a place to work and thrive and a home that nurtures and sustains design for both clients and staff.

<strong>Pingtan Book House by Condition_Lab is no ordinary children’s library</strong>

Pingtan Book House by Condition_Lab is no ordinary children’s library

Condition_Lab pays homage to indigenous architectural vernacular with Pingtan Book House, a village library located in Hunan, China that reinstates a sense of cultural identity while evoking wonder and play amongst its young inhabitants.

<strong>5 great examples of experiential retail in Asia</strong>

5 great examples of experiential retail in Asia

From Singapore to China, these 5 projects create memorable experiences for its visitors, beyond buying and browsing products.

Linghao Architects designs an atypical tropical house

Linghao Architects designs an atypical tropical house

A roof that drips, windows with no glass, a stair between patches of grass – Linghao Architects’ renovation to a house in Singapore allows its occupants to live with nature’s vicissitudes.