The interior designer transforms the quaint sanctuary in Tiong Bahru by maximising space and playing with colors.
The rug designer gives us a peek into his sprawling, lavishly furnished apartment in Kuala Lumpur.
Silvia Marlia designs a full range of furniture for grown-ups based on what she has learned creating for children; it’s all about the users.
Bruno de Caumont speaks with Form magazine on La Villa Verte, the designer’s refurbished home in Ho Chi Minh City.
Kelly Hoppen defines London property with exquisitely articulated, understated touches of urban luxury.
Backed by a wealth of traditional crafts that continue flourishing in Lisbon, furniture brand mambo unlimited ideas resonates with a thoroughly modern vibe.
The interior design firm lends its midas touch to the massive estate, transforming it into a contemporary chalet.
The designer creates the perfect amalgamation of form and function with a brand new kitchen solution.
The collection debuts bathroom ware that is equal parts timeless and functional.
Milan’s fashion pack is starting to take furniture more seriously.
The luxury interiors department of the famous fashion brand showcases exquisite embroidery at the Milan Furniture Fair
The Belgian design studio brings a touch of play to the Milan Furniture Fair with wacky designs
In line with other brands diversifying into interior design, Versace aims to inject new life into their furniture line.
The most artistic installations and exhibits at the Milan Furniture Fair to look out for.
From an upmarket hotel and a diplomatic office, this historic colonial mansion in downtown Bangkok reopens its door as hub for dining and entertainment.
The American design guru collaborates on her first residential project.
The rebranding of IFFS/AFS paves the way for the long-running trade show to address key future developments.
Maison&Objet Asia 2016, through its Rising Talents Award program, trains the spotlight on designers who work across disciplines.
This multi-purpose pavilion designed by architect Kengo Kuma stands on the grounds of The One Nanyuan, Taiwan.
Expect big changes at Maison&Objet Asia 2016 but number isn’t among them. When the show opens March 8, expect a renewed focus on quality.