Interiors



PSID 2018 exhibit takes on the challenge of adaptive reuse

The 2018 graduating batch of Philippine School of Interior Design takes on the challenge of marrying the past and present in "JUXTAPOSE"


Produce Workshop “stitches” plywood for Herman Miller shop-in-shop

Produce Workshop plays with plywood by borrowing some good old tailoring moves


Hotel Journal evokes 1950s-60s Kuala Lumpur

Hotel Journal, with interiors designed by Seshan Design, is a modern yet nostalgic narrative of culture and community in KL


Jorge Yulo’s Mecha Uma draws praise from INSIDE judges

An editor's account of the critique (also called "crit") of a pioneering Filipino project at the INSIDE World Festival of Interiors


From basic to brilliant: 5 ways to style tables

Look for table accent centerpieces that match your personal style at Wilcon Depot LKB


Seshan Design designs F&B duo of Parisian bakery and NYC cocktail bar

Two unlikely sister establishments, a bakery-cafe and a cocktail bar, channel Paris and New York in Kulala Lumpur's ritzy Damansara district


Visit 6 iconic hotel bathrooms showcasing GROHE versatility in new SG flagship

The largest GROHE Spa store in Singapore also packs digital bells and whistles like AR and VR to spark in its visitors the ‘pure joy of water’


Boutique-slash-gallery Aphro offers playful circulation in an abstract space

Drawing inspiration from the Grecian goddess of love, Jagnus' interior design for Aphro enchants passersby but don't steal the main event’s thunder


Want to design a Cool Working space? Understand Millennials first

Gone are the days when one was assigned and beholden to a desk


French Culture, Cuisine, and Art Deco in La Maison Rose in Cebu

The pink Velez House fully embraces la vie en rose as a home of French contemporary cuisine


Terrazzo, corten, and marble suit Asian contexts in new Formica collection

Formica Group launches new Asia Collection laminates with designs anchored on Asian urban lifestyles


Sushi Rei restaurant in HCMC uses 4,500 cypress tiles

Joe Chikamori, a Vietnam-based Japanese architect, deviates from Japanese clichés