High performance and comfort come together in the Boma collection designed by Rodolfo Dordoni
Japanese designer Chihiro Tanaka is a self-proclaimed “Light Couturier” who creates delicately crafted lighting inspired by his training in fashion. Having recently been named a Rising Asian Talent by MAISON&OBJET ASIA, Justin Zhuang finds out how he arrived at the bright idea to blend the craft and techniques of two different disciplines.
A museum shop like no other, Gallery & Co., housed in the newly opened National Gallery Singapore and designed by Foreign Policy Design Group, presents a retail and F&B scheme that is refreshing, youthful and contemporary. Luo Jingmei writes
The next frontier in sustainability will be noise pollution. Here is a house by A D LAB which, says Paul McGillick, takes this on while also ticking a lot of other sustainable boxes.
With Khayzaran / Fairuz, interior architect and product designer Richard Yasmine seeks to prevent a classic piece of Lebanese design from fading into memory
While great food and excellent company are essential ingredients for a memorable dinner party, beautiful objects such as these can take the experience to a whole new level
The sixth edition of Art Stage Singapore is returning not just as an exhibition of art, but also as an Agora inspired stage for the urbanist, the social scientist, and the cultural thinker to compare notes. Yvonne Xu writes
The Trevose House designed by AD Lab enables the living requirements of a large multi-generational family while also embodying the characteristics of its lush green estate. Stephanie Peh writes
‘Singapore Design: The Alchemists’ is a fascinating showcase of objects created using progressive production techniques. First debuted at the Triennale di Milano, the exhibition will now be on show from 16 to 31 January 2016 at the Singapore Art Museum. Luo Jingmei writes