Standing for sensitive connoisseurship and orientation in a world of objects, Walter Knoll is 150 years young. David Congram writes.
The Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) returns from 19 August to 13 November 2016 with a string of exhibitions, events and public programmes held at various venues around town, including six train stations.
Atri Siregar walks the halls of the inaugural Art Stage fair in Jakarta and tells us what caught her eye.
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.
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 collection of Italian brand Misura Emme was launched at the Marquis Showroom this May. It was an evening filled with meaningful conversations on design and urban lifestyles
At Clerkenwell Design Week this year, British designer Tom Dixon forged an unlikely partnership with Vicar Andrew Baughen, presenting his latest lighting collections within the halls of the St James' Church.
For the longest time, the iconic Hermès store at Liat Towers was boxed up in its signature orange, inviting curious speculations of what the mysterious house has installed. The recently unveiled and expanded store, composed of a new artist space, does not disappoint. Stephanie Peh writes.
Interior and furniture designer Marie Christine Dorner discusses spatial sensibilities, balancing design influences and her creative partnership with Ligne Roset. Olha Romaniuk writes.
From its inception in 2011, Supermama has grown to become a well-loved destination for design hunters looking to inject thoughtful, meaningful designs into their homes and lives. Its founder Edwin Low takes time out to chat with us about the people that personally inspire him, his favourite designs, and how he spends his days.
As Gaggenau marks its 333rd anniversary this year, the company’s Global Head of Brand, Sven Schnee takes time out from the festivities to tell us how we might see our kitchens evolve in the near future.