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

La Rambla by Catalunya

Malibu meets Barcelona meets Soho House. That’s how co-founder Kevin Poon describes his latest venture, La Rambla by Catalunya —...Read More

One Bold Sweep

The typical Taiwanese home favours formal order and symmetry, believed in Chinese spatial traditions to bring balance and harmony. So...Read More

Nautical Charm

A new boutique hotel in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai district channels the spirit of one of the city’s most beloved...Read More

The Joy of Cooking

In Seoul’s posh Gahoe-dong district, a new cooking library designed by One O One Architects in collaboration with Blacksheep studio, ...Read More