From mid-century modern marvels to contemporary creations by renowned international designers, here are our picks for this holiday season’s must-have design staples.
A dedicated happiness centre in Bhutan teaches valuable lessons in achieving contentment within facilities that inspire with their ecologically and culturally sensitive design approach.
Pivotal in the 20th century design history, the definitive Bubble Lamp by industrial designer George Nelson continues to remain a tour-de-force of aesthetics and functionality decades after its making.
The pavilion designed by DP Architects for Archifest 2016 was a spirited breath of fresh air that flowed through the Central Business District.
These new stationery sets by Tom Dixon will add a touch of refined glamour to even the dullest of desks.
Pan Yi Cheng of Singapore-based design studio, Produce, tells us how the team conceived an organic, multifaceted experience for the new XTRA Retail in Marina Square.
Ron Arad is the classic multi-hyphenate. The designer-artist-architect slips easily between worlds of furniture, art, and buildings, as his works do too.
Alberto Perazza, second-generation owner of Magis, on the 40-year-old company’s guiding principles and experimental nature.
Alila’s first eco-luxury resort in China delivers a one-of-a-kind, location specific destination experience, wrapped in a strong environmental message.
In his book, Species of Space, the late Georges Perec questioned the familiar aspects of the lived environment, opening up perceptions on interior design and space.