Designer Jaime Hayón’s design of the Hotel Barceló Torre de Madrid is a rich tapestry of textures, colours and Spanish cultural nuances reflecting the designer’s individualistic talent.
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D+A / Play at Work
Shanghai has an exuberant new co-work venue: a collaboration between Linehouse and the WeWork in-house design team, WeWork Weihai Lu melds history with modernity, opulence with tactility, and fiction with function.
D+A / Back to Bauhaus
Designed by Neri&Hu, the new MCM Haus flagship boutique is conceived as a dwelling place informed by Bauhaus principles.
D+A/ Loops, Folds and Curves
The Naga House by Kite Architecture Studio melds functionality into a sensual, explorative form.
D+A/ A Tapestry of Textures
The Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is a sophisticated, tactile and intricate collection of spaces put together by a group of talented design studios.
D+A / The Search for Pace and Place
‘Lost City 3’ is a recent exhibition at Chan Hampe Galleries that highlights and reiterates important viewpoints on Singapore’s fast-changing urban fabric.
D+A / Green Luxe
Designed by international design firm AvroKO, 1 Hotel Central Park is an elegant, authentic and thorough eco experience that goes beyond hippie notions of green living.
D+A / Open Surgery
In House V, Red Bean Architects introduces a series of architectural manoeuvres to turn an originally dark and disconnected house into one that is airy and engaging.
D+A / Dissolved into the Neighbourhood
The Whitney Museum of American Art comes home to Manhattan’s gritty Chelsea neighbourhood and is given a vibrant and accessible presence by Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
D+A / A Quirky Kind of Luxe
LAANK creates for the Prep Luxe blowout salon a space that is both visually calm and engaging.
D+A / A Study in Layering
‘Phrase, Rephrase’ is an exhibition at Galerie Steph showcasing the works of four Singaporean artists, and exploring the themes of fragmentation, continuation, alienation and harmony.
D+A / Clear Boundaries
A few thoughtful design ideas by HYLA Architects in 34/36 Toh Crescent addresses the perennial issues of privacy in cluster housing developments.