These Southeast Asian designers find inspiration in turning readily available waste or discarded materials in their pursuit of sustainability in their works.
The first and only treatment to provide complete protection against bacterial and mould growth on natural stone.
Residential units with flexible rooms and seamless connectivity between private and public spaces make Lentor Modern the blueprint for Singapore’s housing estate of the future.
This issue features unique projects around Asia including a triangular multigenerational family home in Ghaziabad, India that celebrates nature as well as Shinta Mani Mustang, Bill Bensley’s first resort in Nepal. The property, slated to open in 2023, is built with purpose and exemplifies Bentley’s sustainable ethos. Learn more about upcoming projects in Singapore including the tallest building – 8 Shenton Way – with cutting-edge technological and sustainability features. Another featured project is Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi’s exclusive restaurant Terra, whose futuristic dining pods are made of bamboo, and tucked high amid a lush bamboo forest. Design-wise, meet Teo Yang, South Korea’s accomplished designer who’s determined to translate Korean heritage into modern designs, woven with meaning and purpose. The issue also shines the spotlight on Southeast Asian design talents who find inspiration in transforming waste or discarded materials into a collection of useful pieces ranging from lamps to coffee tables.LEARN MORE