Inside the age-old practice of Japanese tea making, tea and design intertwine to bring out the universal values of harmony and respect at the heart of human relationships.
The pavilion designed by DP Architects for Archifest 2016 was a spirited breath of fresh air that flowed through the Central Business District.
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.
In his second solo exhibition ‘Almost over, Always around’ at OTA Fine Arts Singapore, artist Tetsuya Umeda drenches a white cube gallery in darkness and orchestrates daily object-things into life.
At the Moroso Workshop, 40 architects and designers got their hands dirty by designing and upholstering a miniature armchair.