Mouth Watering

The food takes centre stage in this hotel restaurant, which is designed to heighten a sense of anticipation an all-white ante-room provides a palate cleanser, in more ways than one Read more

Top shelf

Sky gardens, solar panels and heat co-generation elevate Elliott Tower above the usual high rise development Read more

Power house

A new integrated development showcasing the latest technologies is helping cement Singapore's role as a major information communication technology and media hub Read more

Capital venture

This fit-out of a multinational banking corporation's regional headquarters exemplifies the industry's attributes Read more

Off the plan

Designing the most appropriate building for the last remaining waterfront site at Britomart will be done in steps Read more

Living down under

A development of high-spec subterranean homes is set to be built within the confines of the prestigious The Hills golf course Read more

Medical advances

An holistic approach to patient, staff and visitor well-being is the future for disease control Read more

Face to face

Partitioned, cellular offices at the Wesfarmers head office in Perth have given way to an open, interactive work environment one that is more conducive to knowledge sharing Read more

OF Earth and Sea

This Balinese resort is doing its part to help protect the fragile environment without sacrificing standards of style and service Read more

Vibrant welcome

Built in the 1920s, Hotel DeBrett has been given a dramatic makeover that combines homage to its past with a bold, eclectic sensibility Read more

Tower of prosperity

The new Shanghai World Financial Center combines the world's highest observatory with contemporary office space, retail and a bird's-eye hotel experience Read more

Heart felt

The design for the National Heart Centre Singapore takes an holistic approach to well being Read more





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Whether you’re travelling for work or pleasure, your hotel experience can either make or break your trip. Our market report in this issue looks at the changing world of hotel design – from five star establ... Read more

Home Trends Vol. 34/3

The design of our homes – new or renovated – should be an individualistic response to our lifestyle, family set-up and budget. But there are also common requirements we should all aim for – a balance of public and private... Read more

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