KARESANSUI Hotel reimagines an ancient, mountain-bound town in Yunnan, China, as an interwoven landscape of Tibetan-style hostel buildings, framed by open sky.
The humble breeze block was for a time beloved, and then forgotten. In Frame House by Red Bean Architects, its many valuable qualities suitable especially for the tropical climate, are appreciated once again.
Inspired by historic elements of traditional Singaporean architectural vernacular, this apartment by Goy Architects feels right at home in the present century.
The new Bukit Timah Gate Visitor Pavilion by Genome Architects references the Bukit Timah Core’s history of rubber plantations and railway transport.
Two professionals – iconic in their respective industry’s for their unique stylistic approach – together formed the inspiration for this Singaporean apartment by Shijin Design Consultancy.
Despite the space constraints often associated with apartments in Singapore, interior design studio Mimimology have thoughtfully designed open concept spaces that organically lead occupants from room a to room b without sacrificing distinct spaces.
Is design materiality about more than aesthetics? The answer is yes and Secret Gardens House in India by Spasm Architects is key example of how and why.
Image Creative Design have created an inviting space for the owners of Thus Coffee in Singapore, where varied influences converge and work together harmoniously.
Could rethinking the form of function of the humble window completely redefine how we connect our homes with nature, preserve privacy and maximise our interior space? Malaysian-based architects Formzero prove yes.
Rattan-lined sideboards (and a striking rattan chandelier), timber counter tops and cement tiles are the hallmark design cues of Aesop’s sixth store in Singapore – ironically designed by a Hong Kong-based studio: MLKK.
We want privacy… but we also want connection. How do Pranala Architects approach residential design within this difficult paradox?
Away from the commercial pressure of high-yield architecture, Formwerkz Architects revisits the laid-back charms of living and socialising out of a box in the tropics of Johor Bahru, Malaysia.