Hands-on experimentation is a vital part of the design process, shares Pan Yi Cheng, the chief creative producer of PRODUCE. That belief is at the heart of the multidisciplinary design studio’s methodology, ideas and ambitions.
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Cubes / Room with a View
Thai architect Duangrit Bunnag on The Naka Phuket’s authentic and intuitive architecture.
Cubes / The Leading Seat
B&B Italia’s quest for quality in design, innovation and research, has resulted in furniture that are icons in the industry.
D+A / The Meaning in Matter
Grace Tan’s exhibition at FOST Gallery ‘A Thing of Matter’ delves into the essence of paper and artist pigments, resulting in textural, ephemeral works of art.
Surface Asia / Higher Standards
After six years, Karimoku New Standard is ready to establish itself as a key player in the world of contemporary design. What remains unchanged is its authentic brand of design and craft.
Indesignlive Singapore / Alila Property Residences: Travelling Home
The design-centric hospitality management company Alila Hotels & Resorts introduces the opportunity for investors to own a piece of their dream holiday destination. Luo Jingmei reports.
The U Press / Anatomy of a Dress
Letitia Phay of gown atelier Time Taken to Make a Dress, on continuing the journey of discovery and love for making dresses.
The U Press / Coffee for the Well Mannered
Vincent Teng, cafe owner and milk magician goes above and beyond in creating a welcoming ambience in his cafes and liquid gold in his cups.
The U Press / The Theory of Art and Design
Arriving from the global stage, Japanese curator Yoichi Nakamuta forges new paths for the emerging creative culture of Singapore.
The U Press / A Beautiful Tension
Photographer Nguan, on the artistry and ideas behind his otherworldly images
The U Press / The New Curators
Four fearless magazine makers who champion authenticity, responsibility and bravery in their craft.
Cubes / The Artist in the Architect
An artist’s hand and heart guides the creation of Aamer Taher’s tropical “archisculptures”.