Design in the time of Covid

To be able to move forward, it is vital to step back, reflect, and see where we can go (or design) from there. If there’s one thing that the pandemic has taught us, it’s

Singapore’s Studio Sabana crafts a gallery-inspired home caught between the sea and sky

Studio Sabana’s masterful renovation of a covetable 185-sqm address in the sky provides its itinerant owners unparalleled sea views and a place to pause and ruminate on life’s journeys

Keeping creativity flowing while staying at home in isolation

An interview with award-winning furniture designer Kenneth Cobonpue on staying inspired and on top of his business during the pandemic

Architecture and planning in the time of coronavirus—what’s next? 

Two urbanists attempt to unpick what the future holds for architecture and urban planning in light of the Coronavirus pandemic

Professorial Typologies: The different professors you will meet in Architecture school

Things to learn from the wild and wacky characters walking the halls of the architecture academia

Making an Architect, Testing an Architect

Schools and government play a key role in shaping architecture and design destinies. Are they up to the job?