Located at 20 minutes in the north of Singapore, here is a new residential platform designed by architect Moshe Safdie. This scheme, named “Sky Habitat” consists of two 38-storey towers linked to the base, then by three bridges that connect the upper levels. The upper deck contains a swimming pool which offers a stunning views of the city skyline.
Thomas Heatherwick is the designer that have thought “The Learning Hub” at the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore, with architects of CPG Consultants. Two years ago, they have built 12 tapered towers to create an educational space for 33 000 students and a campus for the school.
HYLA Architects has renovated the interior of a 3 storeys-house in Singapore. They have set an amazing spiral staircase above a pool in a patio of green plants and linked the rooms next to it by a bridge. For the rest of the house, they wanted to optimize space by light and bring wood accents.
Studio Spin Ceramics!, founded in 2002, inspires their work with Chinese porcelains’ design by adding their own “spin”. Already owners of stores in Beijing, Changsha and Singapore, they recently have opened one in New York City. A selection of their products is available in the gallery.
Reignwood Group in Beijing imagined for the luxurious residence Hamilton Scotts in Singapore, an elevator that allows the owner of each property to use a specially designed lift for cars. A new architectural touch, thought not without megalomania, so that the wealthiest can ensure the health of their luxury cars.
Helsinki-based photographer Osma Harvilahti is the author of very beautiful photos he takes during his trips : in Morocco, in Kenya, in Singapour or in London. His pictures often look like contemporary still lives, mixing fruits, portraits, animals and flowers. His personal work and his photoshoot for Finnish designers Marimekko’s new campaign are to discover in the article.
Les équipes de Woha Architects imagined in Singapore the architecture of last Parkroyal hotel located in the heart of the city. With one of the most successful design, this incredible place offers nearly 15,000 m2 of lush gardens using the recovery of rainwater. A beautiful and outsized structure to discover in the future.
While video campaign “Made of More” is nominated in the category Advertising of Fubiz Awards, here are 3 illustrations signed BBDO Proximity Singapore and its artistic director Jennyson Rosero showing the path of various characters to achieve success. Stunning visuals to discover in the future.
Thought by the agency Lowe Singapore for the Omo brand, Dirt is Good is the latest campaign playing briliantly with the pleasure of getting dirty. Illustrating children’s imaginations by sand sculptures of breathtaking beauty made by Jooheng Tan, this series is to discover by visual image as well as an explanatory video.
Skateboarder Firdaus Samsudin AKA Gerl was filmed by Juffrie in Singapore’s Central Business District. Dressing in a new way in a place where you don’t see skateboard often, this video “The Skatorialist” showing skateboarding in a suit allows Gerl to blend in with the working society and gives audience a different perspective of this sport. A great video to discover.