Recruit Indesign will be closing the year out in celebration of a very warm industry reception, and the promise of an exciting year ahead.
In the eye of the storm that is the current climate crisis, sustainable design has never been more client-led than it is now. These 5 projects showcase mutual respect and great collaboration between architect and resident.
Entries open 2 December 2019 for the INDE.Awards 2020, which shines a spotlight on the architects and designers putting the Indo-Pacific on the global map.
In its own way, shape, and form, each of these kitchens from the 2019 Habitus House of the Year selection is an intuitive – not to mention beautiful – articulation of its user’s lifestyle and needs.
As Indesign Media Asia Pacific enters its third decade, the company’s CEO and founder, Raj Nandan, has announced the launch of Recruit Indesign.
The architects responsible for these houses within the Habitus House of the Year 2019 selection show a keen attention to detail in form and function when it comes to material selection.
It goes without saying that there is much to love about every house in the 2019 Habitus House of the Year selection. But when it comes to co-existing in harmony with nature and enjoying indoor-outdoor living, these five projects take the cake.
All the houses within the 2019 Habitus House of the Year selection are deserving in their own right. These houses, however, made quite an impact on the Habitus team with their striking façades.
Lee Broom draws a parallel between the 18th century and present-day social attitudes in his latest lighting installation, Park Life, for Space Furniture.
The final issue for 2018, the Trailblazers issue, will be on sale Thursday 13 December. To celebrate, Habitus teamed up with Living Edge at the Vitra Design Museum’s Miniatures Exhibition.
Enjoy a rare insight into the goings on, passionate discussions and heated debates that lead us to our Habitus House of the Year 2018 winners!
A seasoned architectural writer and former editor, Luo Jingmei shares her unique insights into the Singapore architecture and design scene, and the projects that made the cut for the first ever, Habitus House of the Year initiative.