The Hayes Road residence, designed by Vibe Design Group, sees a marriage between ruthlessly efficient design and beauty within a contemporary living space
Three new Aesop stores in Singapore provide distinct experiences drawn from the locale’s rich history. Luo Jingmei writes…
In the deft hands of WALL design studio, a typically tiny Hong Kong apartment is transformed into an inspiring family home with enough space to accommodate the inhabitants’ love for books.
The answer to a badly planned existing dwelling, the Skylight House is the result of Andrew Burges Architects’ brief to create a sunny and contemporary family home
Located in an existing clearing within a section of Margaret River’s remnant marri/jarrah bushland, this owner-built bush pavilion seeks to distil into built form the feelings of camping under a simple sheltering tarpaulin
Scandinavian furniture emporium Fred International has opened an entirely redesigned Sydney showroom in Rosebery
A museum shop like no other, Gallery & Co., housed in the newly opened National Gallery Singapore and designed by Foreign Policy Design Group, presents a retail and F&B scheme that is refreshing, youthful and contemporary. Luo Jingmei writes.
Nostalgia and contemporary design marry in the Croydon House, which Greg Natale interior designers have turned from Edwardian to elegant
Personal hobbies, children’s habits, and all the aspirations and dynamics of a multi-generation Singaporean family find formal expression in their shared house by Makk Architects. Yvonne Xu writes.
Adriano Pupilli Architects has designed a Courtyard House in Sydney’s Petersham that fits its charming design snuggly between terrace houses
Designing the Canterbury Road Residence in Toorak saw B.E. Architecture employ a modernist lavastone cladding which sets the building apart on a busy Melbourne street
The Trevose House designed by AD Lab enables the living requirements of a large multi-generational family while also embodying the characteristics of its lush green estate. Stephanie Peh writes
“People meander through this forest, as if lured by the charm of the light. Light and people interact with one another, its existence defining the transition of the other,” says Sou Fujimoto of Sou Fujimoto Architects, designer of the Cos x Sou Fujimoto ‘Forest of Light’ Salon del Mobile 2016 Installation.