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RAPID RECOVERY

THE OUTRAM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SERVES AS THE SINGAPORE GENERAL HOSPITAL CAMPUS’ REHABILITATION FACILITY AND MAIN LOGISTICS HUB.

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NEW LAYERS

SENSITIVE AND RESPECTFUL EXTENSIONS BY OFYK ARCHITECTS ALLOW OLD AND NEW STRUCTURES TO COEXIST HARMONIOUSLY IN THIS BUNGALOW THAT HOUSES A MULTI-GENERATION FAMILY.

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Flowers In The Mansion

Suzhou’s traditional Chinese Manor house and its well-known gardens guided the interior concept of the New Park Hyatt Suzhou.

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Perfect Synthesis

Set within the Chao Phraya estate, Capella Bangkok is a destination-inspired hotel and Urban Oasis that showcases the collaborative effort of architecture firm hamiltons international and interior design practice bamo.

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Equity By Design

GDP Architects’ new AICB building balances the complexities of need, function and context in a multi-faceted institutional training centre.

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Burst Of Energy

A metaphor for Shenzhen’s innovative design spirit, the iadc design museum in guangdong, china is literally breaking out of the box.

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Defining Singapore Design

We get insights from a group of Singaporeans, creatives and business leaders.

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The More We Get Together

Placemaking efforts in Singapore have gained momentum in the last 10 years and the covid-19 pandemic is serving to accelerate it and highlight its role in connecting various communities.

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Let There Be Light

This three-storey house by ming architects features a series of staggered voids without compromising on spatial efficiency.

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Chris Lee - The Hospitality Designer

Chris Lee, founder and creative director of asylum, is helping hotels engage the local community and be more than just solely the domain of tourists.

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The Life Companion

Mel Yeo Designs Interiors imbued with thoughtfulness and authenticity to keep clients coming back over and over again.

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Cut By A Different Cloth

Far from being yet another dense, hot and grey industrial estate, Singapore’s Sungei Kadut EcoDistrict promises to be a tapestry of green and blue interwoven with firms at the cutting edge of technology and heritage highlights.

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Versatility And Chinese Sensibility

The challenge of juggling a unique experience with maximising operational space was overcome at the chinese national restaurant through hidden panels and eye-catching design elements.

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Apple Of Singapore's Eye

In conceptualising the latest retail store for the tech giant, foster + partners has added another design destination to the city.

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Eye To The Sky

Taking on the challenge of a neighbouring airport runway, a new facility brings design vivacity to Penang’s industrial landscape.

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Wisdom From The Vines

Crowned by an elegant concrete wave that acts as a rooftop amphitheatre, Lahofer Winery is a contemporary homage to the winemaking traditions of moravia.

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Temple Of Learning

Occupying a site that was formerly part of a Toshiba factory, academic-ark is a new campus in Otemon Gakuin University in Ibaraki City, Osaka designed to foster a sense of community.

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Our Recent Past

As one of the most thoroughly modernist cities in the world, Singapore has a veritable treasure trove of buildings with this style. In an attempt to provide a sense of the general outline of the architectural movement here, non-profit docomomosg has compiled a list of 100 such projects comprising a mix from the heroic and everyday categories. Here, we feature 10 and detail their respective counterparts.

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A Good Night's Rest

As the hospitality industry digitalises, it is wont to pair up with system technology partners like jung.

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How Did 2020 Impact The Design And Architecture Industry?

How did 2020 impact the design and architecture industry? We present a collection of perspectives and are heartened to hear optimism is in the air for next year.

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THE CONVERSATIONALIST

WEIZHANG LIN IS INSPIRED BY DIALOGUE, CRITIQUE AND EXPERIMENTATION TO CREATE PERFECTLY BALANCED SPACES THAT COMMUNICATE EMOTIONS.

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ARTISTIC HEIGHTS

JANDA BAIK PROVES YET AGAIN A FERTILE GROUND FOR INSPIRATIONAL DESIGN, HOSTING A RESIDENCE WHICH HAS A MELANGE OF QUALITIES THAT MAKES IT THE PERFECT HOME AND WORKPLACE FOR A MALAYSIAN ARTIST.

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ALTERNATIVE FORM

THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE SITE OF THIS HOUSE LED K2LD ARCHITECTS TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS RESULTING IN UNCONVENTIONAL DESIGN HIGHLIGHTS.

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Mathematical Precision

It might seem random but every single feature of hourglass corral by DECA architecture is the result of careful calculation and a hypersensitivity to the site.

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A Geometric Statement

Sheathed in sustainable wood that evokes the likeness of a nest, the award-winning casa a by rem’a arquitectos uses voids to create private spaces that are compellingly open.

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Fashionable Living

An apartment in Beijing’s Lively Sanlitun is conceptualised by Cheng Chung design to evoke the roman spirit of Italian high Fashion brand Fendi.

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Illumination Of Space

Natural lighting is integral to the design of this semi-detached house by liang architecture studio, making it expansive and intimate at the same time.

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Visage Of Calm

A veil of bamboo cloaks this semi-detached house by wallflower architecture + design serving as a multifunctional skin.

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Interstitial Intervention

A series of traditional solutions applied in a contemporary way by Hyla Architects results in the verdant verandahs house concealed behind an artistic concrete brise soleil.

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Modernism Around Us

Singapore’s modern built heritage is more ubiquitous than we realise, visible in all parts of the island from the city centre to the public housing estates.

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