Issue 4

Some highlights from our current issue, as well as a few extra images we just couldn’t squeeze in.


Openings / New design stores in Hong Kong,
Beijing and Melbourne
Products / New collections and collaborations
Read / Upcoming and recent books on design, art, interiors, urbanity and architecture from the world’s best publishers
Curated / A selection of our favourite new pieces
Museum, Singapore / A welcoming private museum opens in Singapore
Furniture Collection / Local design and artisanal craft feature at this whimsical inn
Installations / We take a look into the design aspects of the pop-up craze
Studio / Old-world Bohemian craft meets new-world design concepts at Lasvit
Retrospective / Our regular feature on influential designers from
the 20th century and earlier. This edition features Danish modern furniture designer Hans Wegner


Bangkok / Our regular travel guide for designers. This edition features the most stylish and inspiring places to stay, shop, eat and drink in Bangkok, Thailand
Openings / Designer hotels around the world
Hotel, Tokyo / We look at the beautiful new Aman in Tokyo, the brand's first city hotel


Hong Kong / A 1950s-era flat is transformed under the creative direction of resident designer Jenny-lyn Hart Boden
Hong Kong / Designer Carl Gouw's neo-classical family home gets a contemporary update
New York State / Ai Weiwei brings his artistic approach to architectural design in upstate New York
Taipei / We catch a candid glimpse of designer Roy Hong's sun-filled and family-friendly renovation in Taipei


London / Londoners are worried about profligate development. After experiencing the city with its transforming skyline, Alastair Gordon shares their concerns


The Flâneur / A Flâneur is an urban explorer — a connoisseur of the street. In our rotating column, guests share their musings, observations and critiques of the urban environment in cities around the world. Gary Chang, architect, lecturer and author, is this issue’s Flâneur