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ICHU

The H Queen’s Building in Hong Kong’s Central district was custom designed to display art. But the gleaming new tower is quickly becoming home to a number of fine dining destinations too

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Inkwood Restaurant & Bar

One of the first restaurants to open in Shanghai Columbia Circle, INKWOOD Restaurant & Bar is chef Beichuan Yang’s first solo endeavour. Serving European dishes with a Chinese influence and designed by the Shanghai-based multidisciplinary design studio STUDIO8, INKWOOD has become popular with the city’s contemporary crowd.

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Less is More

Our world is in a constant state of flux. It’s only natural then, that humanity would be drawn to spaces that are calm, nurturing shelters from the outside world. That’s what Hip-Pop Design had in mind when they designed this private clubhouse

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Of Community and Change

A wave of entrepreneurs, creatives and social innovators — from new-age hawkers to upstart product designers — is shaking up the status quo in Singapore and creating demand for a new breed of private members’ clubs. Enter The Straits Clan. Housed in a heritage shophouse, the club provides an environment conducive to creative connections.

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Designer Q&A: Rossana Orlandi

Iconic gallerist, curator and doyenne of design Rossana Orlandi’s eye for spotting — and launching — ground-breaking creative young designers is legendary. She tells Design Anthology why she champions creative talent alongside established names and why she insists on visiting artists in their studios.

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