Australian design duo Song for the Mute weave the idea of breaking boundaries into each and every garment they craft and are lauded by the likes of Lupe Fiasco and Nick Wooster. Creating all their textiles by themselves, the pair are endlessly inspired by a passion for Japan and Paris.
Located in the northeast of Thai island, Koh Samui, Samujana is an estate of villas that overlooks a coral cove.
Plumen continues its collaboration with Formaliz3d with the introduction of five new colours in the Kayan series, offering new opportunities for creative compositions.
The newly opened Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong invites travellers and locals alike to immerse themselves in one of the country’s most well-loved heritage towns.
Set up by Kinetic Singapore, the new K+ multi-concept shop at Scotts Square aims to bring together artists who peddle the extraordinary, things that tickle the imagination, and brands that stand out from the bland.
The new store of multi-label boutique Vanilla Home on Club Street features a range of premium and quality-driven homewares, lifestyle products and curated artworks within a homely setting.
Just a block back from Manly Beach in Sydney, this penthouse redevelopment, one of the first projects for young designers CM Studio, channels the natural feeling of the ocean into a modern sophisticated aesthetic.
IKEA announces inaugural collaboration with contemporary Danish design company HAY to develop a collection of furniture, lighting and accessories to be launched in late 2017.
New homegrown label Kuru designs each of its products from scratch, with each collection centred on the exploration of a natural material.