The multi-residential building game has long been a developer-driven one. One where the notion of a building as a commodity reigns supreme, and design-thinking, sustainability and end-user needs are more like an afterthought than guiding principles.
Wincy Tang of Rhiss Interior has given her repeat clients a home with beautiful textured walls, effectively setting it apart from the other units in the cluster housing estate.
Paris-based designer Valerie Rostaing succeeds in avoiding all the cliches (think: sterile art museum) in favour of a homey residence with artworks by the likes of Picasso and David Hockney.
A decrepit home in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, fallen into a seeming state of disrepair is transformed into an eclectic weekender for a couple seeking a rural sanctuary.
Designed by LAYAN and The Flaming Beacon, an illuminated façade screen transforms the interior of Light House with ever-changing light and shadows dependent on the seasons and time of day.
With this smart and forward-looking renovation of a 30-year-old Singaporean public housing flat, STUDIO WILLS + Architects topped the INDE.Awards 2019 Living Space category, partnered by Gaggenau.
Borrowing elements from traditional dwellings, K59 Atelier has designed Tile Roof House to withstand the tropical monsoon climate and contribute to the cultural identity of Ho Chi Minh City.
Homage to Oscar is a classic piece of 1960s modernist architecture brought back to life by updating and finishing the original home by George Reeves.
It took the residents of this Brick House in Bangalore, India, twelve years to decide they’d outgrown their former residence. This new build by Collective Project responds to the family’s needs now and into the future.
Connection to the outdoors is as highly desirable in the bathroom as it is in a residence’s living areas, where letting the outside in weighs positively on an individual’s wellbeing.