Art + Design



Ramon Orlina carves 150 glass pieces for Trinity Chapel’s altarpiece

Ramon Orlina creates an altarpiece for the Trinity University of Asia chapel that draws churchgoers in by dispersing light


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


Playing is vital to the design process at Singaplural 2018

Singaplural 2018 recalls what Albert Einstein once said about play—it is the highest form of research.


Neal Oshima, Eduardo Masferré, Weegee highlight Art Fair PH Photography section

ArtFairPH/PHOTO, presented by Swiss bank Julius Baer, showcases a range of subjects and the power of a medium.


The Pig and Palm: Neri&Hu’s temple for tapas in Cebu

Neri&Hu reference Fort San Pedro and the Cebu’s old churches for their first project in the Philippines


Mark Nicdao’s latest #ShotoniPhone exhibit showcases iPhone prowess

Photographer Mark Nicdao's "Life In Style" exhibit presented by MegaStyle, Power Mac Center, and Moshi


B&B Italia outdoor collection blurs boundaries of living spaces

Outdoor living solutions that carry the sophistication and elegance of indoor furniture


An inside account of The Lion King masks and puppets department

The musical's puppet designers have pit-stop speed and egoless creativity in sync with Hakuna Matata


Rigueur et Fantaisie: the design approach of Hermès Maison

Architect Charlotte Macaux Perelman says the design approach at Hermès Maison is techno-artisanal—an inseparable union of the dualities


Elmer Borlongan’s extraordinary eye for the ordinary in our cities

The Met opens 2018 with a major exhibition of Elmer Borlongan: An Extraordinary Eye for the Ordinary curated by Ambeth Ocampo


Greene: sliding glass doors with no visible bottom tracks

Sliding glass doors can easily change the perception of physical borders