In this multi-generational house by architects RT+Q in Singapore, thematic gardens help to organise the building forms and spaces as well as reflect the architectural concepts and design details within the home.
A local architecture office in the Indian city of Surat has designed a harmonious living format for an agriculturalist and his family, who wanted be closely connected to lush greenery despite their urban setting.
In direct contrast to the density, fast-pace, and artificiality that goes hand-in-hand with urban living, Kostas Chatzigiannis Architecture have endeavored to create a yoga studio in Shanghai, China, offering a serene and tranquil sensory experience.
Wynk Collaborative takes a typical boxed-up apartment and turns it into an open, well-illumined interior filled with delightful nautical nuances.
Given the brief of creating a family their dream home, Wallflower Architecture + Design spared no expenses creating the ultimate light and airy space, perfect for entertaining both parents and kids.
Nestled in the cinematic urban landscape of Chengdu, China, is a blockbuster destination with whimsical character and international appeal. The Budapest Café is inspired by Director Wes Anderson’s distinctive visual style and Melbourne’s signature café culture.
Iconic Australian designer David Flack shares his experience of taking his design talent overseas to deliver one of this year’s most Insta-famous hospitality projects, Caravan Hapejong, South Korea.
An elegant house reconstruction by Atelier M+A relates to both the tropical environment and the history of its locale with thoughtfully designed features.
Open plan living – it’s the go-to for contemporary design, and having a space that’s open to the natural world outside is even more desirable, especially in a city such as Singapore. Wallflower Architecture + Design share their latest approach.
Whether you’re travelling for work, family, social events or pure leisure, here are our pick of the latest boutique design hotels that have opened their doors this year.
Ryoji Iedokoro Architecture Office have created a mesmerising interior for a yakiniku restaurant in the heart of Tokyo’s Roppongi district.
In downtown Jakarta there exists an all-new, whimsical interpretation of contemporary Japanese street food – Gyoza Bar by AlvinT Studio – where you can dine in with, or sit in, a Japanese dumpling.