Guocoland redefines the home for modern families in a series of new launches
Strategically placed see-through elements give this Bangkok family home just the right amount of privacy and connectivity.
Inspired by the iconic Beijing Palace Museum in the Forbidden City, the new Hong Kong Palace Museum was designed to house and display priceless national treasures.
Learn how the national monument was adapted into Dyson’s global headquarters and discover the design of the heritage trail by WY-TO.
In this issue of d+a, look out for unique projects around Asia Pacific including the Ulaman Eco Luxury Resort in Bali which showcases avant-garde design and construction utilising highly durable and sustainable materials. Over in Sydney, the Quay Quarter Tower (QQT), designed by Danish firm 3XN, is dubbed the world’s first “upcycled” high-rise. Launched in 2022, it is poised to transform the city’s skyline. Learn about the new Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM), home to ancient artefacts that have never been shown to the public before. And a revitalised heritage estate in Chiang Mai that gets new life as a teahouse. Other design highlights in this issue include furniture and lifestyle company Kernel which bridges Singaporean furniture making with Japanese craftsmanship as well as Cubo, a company that produces stylish, low-cost and environmentally-friendly modular houses in the Philippines.LEARN MORE