Earthen hues and elemental processes form the design genesis of Aesop’s store at ION Orchard in Singapore, designed by FARM.
A series of striking concrete forms create a sense of privacy from the street, while wrapping a tranquil fishpond and courtyard at the centre of this home in Indonesia.
Designed by Takenouchi Webb for hospitality group Merci Marcel, French Fold is a modern brasserie in Singapore and a testament to the firm’s sensitive approach to design.
Borrowed landscape and a highly considered interior outfit saw L Architects transpose this ground floor unit in Singapore to look and feel more akin to landed living.
A short film produced by Vola for the online series On Design explores how the summerhouse – or in Danish, sommerhus – has become woven into the fabric of Danish life.
In New Delhi, India a new style of residence has been designed by Studio Lotus providing comfort and amenity for families as well as reinventing living on a vertical scale.
Luxury Italian furniture brand Living Divani makes its debut at Space Furniture in Singapore with a vision for an architect’s retreat, designed to change over time.
Singapore-based design studio TE-EL applies its rigorous approach to design in crafting a home that fosters connection and togetherness for a young family.
High in the sky above Beijing this apartment is a contemporary courtyard house, designed to bring the calm of a Japanese garden to the lives of a busy family.
Practical, unpretentious and designed for high density, these contemporary compound houses forge private, peaceful, inner-city fortresses for the families that reside in them.
Harnessing the power of place is to architecture what self-actualisation is to us people. Let’s take a moment to admire these exemplars of self-actualised architecture, uncovered in our hunt for Habitus House of the Year 2020.