Habitus Living takes at look at Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, a luxury spa resort with an eco-friendly focus in Sichuan Province, China.
The Temple House opened two years ago in Chengdu, as the third Swire ‘House’ hotel to complement Hong Kong’s Upper House and Beijing’s Opposite House. Habitus Living paid a visit to this unique boutique property in this booming hub of south western China.
Pan Yicheng, Design Director at PRODUCE, – and INDE.Awards finalist – embeds historical Japanese architecture in a striking, contemporary structure for a new Singapore restaurant, Wild Rocket.
Kouichi Kimura of FORM Architects, creates an open-plan residence in Japan’s Shiga Prefecture, connecting living spaces with a key outdoor patio for the owners own private yoga studio.
Waterfrom Design breaks down traditional concepts of what a pharmacy should look like with Molecure Pharmacy in Taiwan – a space that speaks to both the historical and modern understandings of health.
Atelier About Architecture enlist the help of Tsinghua University to construct a house in icy Beijing, China, that adheres to passive heating despite the unforgiving climate.
Feeling the holiday mood? This vacation apartment by Brewin Design Office at Jean Nouvel’s Le Nouvel Ardmore condominium in Singapore was designed to emulate the light, airy atmosphere outside its 28th-storey windows.
The Slow is a new design hotel bridging modern and traditional elements with local stone, native wood and raw concrete to instill “tropical brutalism”. Australian owners, in partnership with a local Balinese studio, GFAB Architects, have created a contemporary island stay in the heart of Canggu, Bali.
The Restaurant and bar iconic to Sydney’s Double Bay lifts the tried and tested design cues from its Australian location and merges them with the majesty of its new Balinese setting to create an idyllic holiday retreat.