Our most recent stories spanning the world of architecture and urban planning from Asia and beyond, filed from our global roster of correspondents and photographers.
Highlights from the Singapore Institute of Architects Conference 2018
This July, a decade after he collaborated on the controversial Bird’s Nest stadium for the 2008 summer Olympic Games in Beijing, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has completed another architectural collaboration, this time in the United States
For most Thais, family is the foundation of social life, and multi-generational family homes are commonplace in Thai culture. This extended family home features a communal space that reflects community values, but thanks to the ample living areas never feels overcrowded
At the intersection of old and new, abstract and domestic, this Melbourne home received both a restoration and a modern addition
China’s first and only recipient of the Pritzker — the world’s most respected prize for architecture — Wang Shu, along with his wife and practice partner Lu Wenyu are the founders of Hangzhou-based practice Amateur Architecture Studio
A cultural centre in Jiangsu Province pays architectural homage to the traditional Chinese art form
The legendary Serpentine Pavilion opens its first architectural installation outside of the UK in the heart of the Chinese capital
A steel-and-glass library unites local communities, regenerating a forgotten park in Seoul
On the occasion of David Zwirner Gallery opening in Hong Kong, an exclusive interview with Annabelle Selldorf, architect to the arts world
We speak with multi-disciplinary, mulit-award-winning designer Mario Bellini about what being an Italian designer means to him
A conversation with Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham architects about how he first came to Japan, what keeps him there and his studio's humanitarian work
As our cities grow ever denser and ever more grid-locked with urban traffic, clever architects are finding ways to integrate multiple functions into single structures, in a sustainable manner.
Exploring globalisation through the urban village at the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism / Architecture
A modern farmhouse juxtaposes spatial geometry against the tropical Malaysian climate
Boutique developers District15 take on a grimey beauty in Hong Kong's Sai Wan district
On Manhattan's Upper East Side, Michael Chen has breathed new glory into a storied brownstone
With the 2022 Winter Olympics fast approaching, Beijing has been pushing to refurbish old buildings and redevelop identified areas.
Takashi Niwa of Vo Trong Nghia Architects talks with Design Anthology about the studio’s unconventional and ultra-natural approach to design at Business of Design Week, Hong Kong
Singaporean designer and founder of LTW Design Works, Lim Hong Lian spent three years building his hilltop home.
Living spaces are getting smaller - but they’re also getting smarter
Taiwan’s famed National Palace Museum collection is expanding its exhibition space while adding an architectural element with its new Southern Branch location designed by KRIS YAO | ARTECH.
This spring saw the first-ever exhibit by the Philippines at the Architecture Biennale in Venice.
Design Anthology spoke with architectural photographer Iwan Baan during Business of Design Week 2015.
Esteemed architect Kengo Kuma achieves an abstraction of modern and traditional Japanese form in this seaside home.
Marcio Kogan’s first project in Asia is a study in organic form and materials that highlights, above all else, the beauty of the surrounding landscape and otherworldly allure of Ha Long Bay
Over the course of five days, a troop of seven urban sketchers from Singapore permeated Manila to experience the city through unconditioned senses and give visual record to their encounters.
Writer Nguyen Qui Duc's retreat features the natural beauty just beyond its modern minimalist interior