Design Anthology, Asia Pacific Edition, Issue 38


Inside the issue

New openings and initiatives in Shenzhen and Porto

New collections and collaborations

Upcoming and new books on design, art, interiors and architecture from the world’s best publishers

A Day in the Life
We spend the day with Sydney-based industrial designer David Caon

New Delhi-based designer Vikram Goyal taps into artisanal wisdom to create works of art that straddle furniture design and sculpture

Creative Compound, Kuala Lumpur
A Place Where began as a ‘creative campus’ and has evolved into a new kind of lifestyle centre for the creative community

Soowon Chae and Seok-Hyeon Yoon met as students at Design Academy Eindhoven and founded their studio The Naive Side just last year

New textiles are being created from materials as varied and unlikely as car seat belts, hospital garments and tea


We get to know Philippine designer-artist Jerome Lorico, whose knitted garments are wearable artworks

Editor’s Picks
New pieces and collections from emerging and unique creators


Neighbourhood Development, Japan
A new community-focused development model is taking root in Japan

Resort, Nepal
Bill Bensley’s latest Shinta Mani property offers a unique experience amid Nepal’s mountains

The best of the new boutique and luxury designer hotels from around the world


From time-honoured technique to contemporary material, lacquer is being revived by artists across the region


Creative duo Amy Lim and Marc Tan’s home is an evocative reflection of their shared journey

This hilltop apartment by CollectiveProject is a meditative hideaway from the surrounding city

Mornington Peninsula
Embracing the history of this existing sandstone estate and its idyllic backdrop, CJH Studio has created a warm and textural home in a bucolic landscape

Hong Kong
This curvy, cosy family home was designed by Bean Buro to be a creative retreat with thoughtful design touches that nourish

A period home becomes a contemporary abode with a considered redesign by Inglis Architects


Adaptive Reuse, Melbourne
BAR Studio makes its new home in a former 1930s wool store in inner-urban Melbourne

In memory of Eko Prawoto, we reflect on the Indonesian architect’s legacy

Indian architect Bijoy Jain embodies a deep respect for a project’s genius loci, creating spaces that are both timeless and rooted in their specific context

The Flâneur

A flâneur is an urban explorer — a connoisseur of the street. In our rotating column, guests share their musings, observations and critiques of the urban environment in cities around the world. In this issue, travel writer Penny Watson considers the future of her adopted hometown of Pererenan in Bali, the sleepy neighbour of oversaturated Canggu

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