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Bean Buro finds resolve for living and working under one roof

Bizhouse is the transformation of a mid-century building in Hong Kong into apartments, elegantly designed by Bean Buro to cater for working from home.

The New Age of Wellness

From office buildings, hospitals, parks and retreats, wellness is becoming multi-dimensional. Once the outlier of architectural vernaculars, we now look to wellness as a core design narrative, informing the way we build, design and interact with all kinds of spaces and places.

Designing For Inclusiveness And Security: Sparkletots By Laud Architects

The Sparkletots Preschool designed by LAUD Architects in Singapore breaks the mould of the traditional childcare centre, avoiding corridor-style classrooms that compromise privacy and restrict outdoor access.

Smart Home Meets Traditional Retail By Spacemen

China-based interior design firm Spacemen has created a showroom and experience centre for well-known technology brand Haier that is both futuristic and minimal yet also, at times, homey.

Reimagining clinical space

The architects of the Cabrini Hospital in Melbourne, Australia envisaged wards that feel both polished and hotel-like in quality. But it’s the focus on safety requirements and functional needs of patients and staff that really shines through.

Ministry Of Design’s “New Quasi-Colonial” Aesthetic: The Prestige Penang

Ministry of Design transposes heritage in the new quasi-colonial Prestige Hotel in Penang, with a contemporary interpretation of Victorian design – visual trickery included.