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In “For Here or Takeaway,” the Singaporean photographer Brian Bong presents hawker favourites as you’ve never seen it before.
The ancient inspiration behind Aesop’s first ever candle collection.
A lifelong fan of zines and riot grrrl music, Seth Bogart makes work that pays tribute to the secret histories that formed him.
From the first selfie taken in outer space to the photographic documentation of space travel as it happened, mankind’s historical moments can now breathe new life in living spaces.
After living around the world, Nicolò Castellini Baldissera has returned to the city in which his family — and his heart — has always resided.
In Singapore, Figment adds the Alexandra House to its assemblage of boutique co-living shophouses with a modern redesign — and more.
In his zen-like, awe-inspiring structures, Tadao Ando reimagines the use of space through an interplay of light and dark that invites observers to draw their own conclusions.
Perched above the greater Los Picachos mountain range in Central Mexico is Casa Etérea — an architectural showpiece designed by Prashant Ashoka.
Tavares Strachan is known for his ambitious projects and intensive research, which have included expeditions to the North Pole and training as a cosmonaut in Russia.
A new generation of artisans is adding to the long history of the Italian craft, known for its strange shapes, odd colours and secretive techniques.
The S$99,000 foosball table includes a monogrammed exterior in textured leather and hand-painted, aluminium-cast players.
Amid pandemics and environmental disasters, designers and architects have been forced to imagine a world in which the only way to move forward is to look back.
Common in Victorian London, handmade paper blooms have sprouted once again.
Theseus Chan, often regarded as Singapore’s godfather of graphic design, collects Rei Kawakubo’s fashion creations as art pieces.
Using her own brainwaves as digital paint, Yeo Shih Yun stretches the boundaries of what art mediums could be.
Elizabeth Garouste’s richly layered interiors and fantastical furniture are as appealing now as they were when she first caught Paris’s attention in the ’80s.
An Instagram platform, now a book, documents real-life settings that look like frames from the director’s movies.
By continuously buying and selling the antique furniture, art and kitschy objects that fill its rooms, Dirk-Jan Kinet keeps his home dynamic and grand.
Under a new artistic alias, the co-founder of Grafunkt, Nathan Yong, reveals a series of furniture-resembling objects sculpted out of bent marble.
Measuring 90 by 90 centimetres, each Hermès double face scarf tells a story about cavalry in the past, personified by different artistic collaborations.
Within a storied studio complex, Karina Deyko and David de Rothschild have built an eclectic, freewheeling space in which to live and work.
Aamer Taher, the founder of Aamer Architects, opens up on his journey into architecture design and other art forms of painting and pottery.
In a time of crisis with no end in sight, durational performance, or endurance art, surfaces in our consciousness. Is this the art of our age?
Heji Shin’s striking, discomfiting work poses an important question for the contemporary age: What do we expect art to do, and does the artist have a responsibility to do it?
Neither plant nor animal, mushrooms have confounded humans since ancient times. Now, they’re a reminder of our tenuous place in an uncertain world.
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