Green Energy

As our cities grow ever denser and ever more grid-locked with urban traffic, clever architects are finding ways to integrate...Read More

Family Treasure

In a nation that celebrates embellishment and Bollywood bling, Rajiv Saini stands apart for his pursuit of clean lines in...Read More

Elegant Eclecticism

On a built-in shelf nestled into a stark white wall, two geometric sculptures are paired with a contemporary piece of...Read More

Victorian Legacy

When serial entrepreneur James Tutton — founder of Moonlight Cinema, Smiling Mind and Plato Project, and director of property developer...Read More

It Takes a Village

A village is likely the last image that comes to mind when you think of Shenzhen — the Chinese megalopolis...Read More

After the Deluge

Hong Kong doesn’t have a strong tradition of public art. While this is partly due to its lack of public...Read More

Exercise in Geometry

Two intersecting lines meet to form a perpendicular. In essence, the Knikno House was designed on this basic geometric principle....Read More

Tokyo Seeds

Tokyo may be a dizzying sprawl of a megalopolis but there is perhaps one useful tool that helps make sense...Read More

A White Canvas

A white wall is a perfect canvas for the interplay of light and shadow. Bloom Design recently crafted a subtle...Read More

Weathered Charm

Alexander Bent runs his hand along the rough surface of weathering steel. ‘All the energy went into this fella,’ he...Read More