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In this issue of d+a, we feature architectural projects that not only redefine our built environment but also reaffirm our intrinsic connection to nature. Kuala Lumpur’s Sentul Pavilion is a glass and steel structure nestled within a lush private park. This multifunctional space fuses with its natural surroundings while offering a tranquil oasis for both intimate gatherings and public events. This ethos is also seen in the new House Maya in Andermatt, Switzerland whose living spaces embrace the surrounding natural beauty of the mountainous region. Over in tropical Sanya, the architects of Sanya Wellness Retreat draw inspiration from the coastal landscape. Another country that exemplifies its dedication to responsible design and sustainability is Japan. Thoughtfully designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates (KKAA), the Itomachi Hotel 0 is Japan’s first zero-energy hotel. Created as a community hub, the hotel’s inviting courtyards beckon guests to enjoy the outdoors. We also feature the meticulously restored Rumah Kechik in Malacca which showcases well-preserved architectural features and traditional craftsmanship woven with a touch of modernity.

A Walk In The Park

RT+Q Architects distils Modernist expressions into Sentul Pavilion, a glassand-steel event space in a park in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

A Walk In The Park

4 mins

coastal calm

Reinterpreted indigenous influences, strong and light elements, tall and low spaces, and abundant greenery set the stage for a relaxed holiday in the Sanya Wellness Retreat by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office.

coastal calm

3 mins

Spring To Life

Kengo Kuma Associates completes Japan’s first zero-energy hotel in the city of Saijo, famous for its abundant spring water.

Spring To Life

3 mins

The Tie That Binds

The meticulously restored Rumah Kechik in Malacca features well-preserved architectural features, traditional local craftsmanship as well as modern design elements.

The Tie That Binds

7 mins

Elevated Living

This spacious abode in Cape Town in South Africa features a "garden in the sky" and an open-plan living space with views of the city below.

Elevated Living

5 mins

different strokes

In this house designed by Makk Architects, the barrel vault, commonly associated with medieval structures, is tested on the domestic dwelling.

different strokes

3 mins

Modern Family Retreat

This four-storey home in Singapore’s Paya Lebar neighbourhood boasts a brick interior for warmth and cosiness and private spaces for quiet relaxation.

Modern Family Retreat

4 mins

Undivided Duality

Slicing through a sedate suburban hollow is a multigenerational home of sharp, intrepid architecture.

Undivided Duality

4 mins

True Beauty

M Moser Associates injects unique Gangnam styling into the fully refurbished offices for beauty giant L'oréal in Seoul.

True Beauty

3 mins

alpine sanctuary

Patricia Urquiola’s design approach brings the natural beauty of Andermatt into House Maya’s living spaces and aligns with its broader commitment to sustainability and responsible design.

alpine sanctuary

4 mins

The Beauty Of Unpredictability

Bocci’s founder and creative director Omer Arbel pushes the boundaries of design through experimentation, research and collaboration.

The Beauty Of Unpredictability

4 mins

intuitive matters

Banyan Group founder and executive chairman KP Ho tells us about his vision for new eco-friendly projects.

intuitive matters

3 mins

Back To The Future

Highlights of Singapore designers’ showcase at Milan Design Week’s Future Impact 2.

Back To The Future

2 mins

Thirty Years Of Transformative Design

Mr Philippe Starck along with 80 designers from Asia were invited to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of AXOR x Philippe Starck in Shanghai in March 2024.

Thirty Years Of Transformative Design

1 min

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d+a Magazine Description:

PublisherMedia Group Pte Ltd

CategoryArchitecture

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyQuarterly

d+a is a bimonthly design magazine that covers the latest trends and developments in design, architecture, and technology. The magazine is known for its high-quality photography and in-depth articles on a wide range of topics, including:

* Design: d+a covers the latest design trends in everything from product design to interior design to graphic design. The magazine also features profiles of leading designers and design studios.
* Architecture: d+a covers the latest architectural projects from around the world, with a focus on sustainable and innovative design. The magazine also features interviews with renowned architects and architecture firms.
* Technology: d+a covers the latest technological innovations that are shaping the world of design and architecture. The magazine also features articles on how technology is being used to create new and exciting design possibilities.

d+a is a must-read for anyone who is interested in design, architecture, and technology. The magazine provides readers with a unique perspective on the latest trends and developments in these fields, as well as insights from leading designers, architects, and technologists.

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