Being an architect is not being a star. Being an architect is helping to change the world. Yann Follain of WY+TO focuses on changing lives through design.
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.
In celebration of the launch of Habitus House of the Year, we’ve pulled together our favourite, jaw-dropping exteriors from the 2018 inaugural selection. Is one of the following your Habitus House of the Year? Vote now is for the People’s Choice.
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.
A bold reconfiguration in the layout of a generous 5-room apartment in Singapore by Nitton Architects completely transforms this flat into a family home.
Singapore-based Australian architect Kerry Hill passed away on 26 August 2018, aged 75. His legacy is a portfolio of place-sensitive work produced during more than four decades in Asia.
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.
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.