150 Cantonment Road, Singapore, has lived through numerous incarnations. First a school; then a bureaucratic headquarters; now, the largest facility of Singapore-based co-living brand, Hmlet.
Designed by Arbol, this Japanese row house appears as a closed, flat form. But once inside, the interior is open and layered, filled with sunlight and fresh air.
Blending the traditional Chinese garden with modern working spaces, The Garden Island Courtyard Renewal from epos architecture immerses the user into passive nature.
These staircases break notably from their traditional use as a humble transitional vehicle. Their form, material use, colour palette and physical presence, has allowed them to become one of the most prominent design features of the houses within which they reside.
Every year, countless retail spaces open-up shop across the Indo-Pacific region. In 2019, these five in particular caught our eye for their exceptional design.
Catering for Design Hunters and foodies in equal measure, these five food and beverage venues entered the Indo Pacific Region’s hospitality scene in 2019 and stole the show thanks to their attention to design.
Inspired by the residents’ love of entertaining and travel, M Atelier has brought this HDB flat in Singapore to life with a unique take on the London Look.
The Indo-Pacific region is blessed with endless cultural diversity, scenic beauty, and experiential delights; all one needs to truly enjoy them is an equally exceptional place to stay.
Residents of Keraton Apartment in Jakarta bought the residence as a bare bones structure, before engaging Singapore’s Brewin Design Office for a full scope design.
A modern teahouse in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, doesn’t lose sight of its origins as it looks forward appealing to city goers young and old.