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Design Anthology
is Asia’s premier interiors, design, architecture and urban living quarterly, published in Hong Kong and available on newsstands globally.
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Design Anthology Nov 15
INTERIORS / Shaped by clean lines, fine detailing and intriguing artworks, this Melbourne home designed by Flack Studio proves that a restrained materials palette can make a strong statement
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Design Anthology Nov 13
INTERIORS / Studio OEO and former chef Thomas Frebel blend Japanese and Danish cultures to cook up a lushly refined Tokyo eatery
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Design Anthology Nov 11
INTERIORS / In this Hong Kong apartment, STUDIO ADJECTIVE translates traditional Chinese architecture and aesthetics into a modern design language
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Design Anthology Nov 8
INTERIORS / This two-storey shophouse in Singapore highlights a material that was once considered sub-standard and reserved for utility buildings, not modern family homes
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Design Anthology Nov 6
DESIGN / Jonathan Matti’s recent collaboration with de Gournay is inspired by the rich history and culture of the Philippines
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Design Anthology Nov 4
INTERIORS / Clouds, sky, nature — these elements inspire the elegant, calm and sensorial design of ESORA, a new fine-dining Japanese restaurant by The Lo & Behold Group
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Design Anthology Nov 1
INTERIORS / Charlie & Rose founder Benjamin McCarthy and his celebrity blogger wife Geneva Vanderzeil give us a peek into their newly renovated Brisbane home
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Design Anthology Oct 31
PARTNER CONTENT / To mark the global exclusive launch of ’s new dining capsule collection for , we asked founder Elad Yifrach about his process, inspiration, and how the ancient art of Zen can nourish both body and mind
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Design Anthology Oct 26
ARCHITECTURE / Following the recent edition of Asia Now – Paris Asian Art Fair, Jae Lee had the opportunity to speak with Paris- and Tokyo-based Japanese architect about architecture, cuisine and chaos
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Design Anthology Oct 21
INTERIORS / The SoHo home of Common’s Director of Architecture Jenn Chang is a thoughtfully designed space that promotes harmony and happiness
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Design Anthology Oct 19
Wang He’s debut collection is designed for young urbanites
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Design Anthology Oct 16
DOSSIER / In her latest collection Joyce Wang reimagines traditional terrazzo
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Design Anthology Oct 15
ARCHITECTONICS / Highlights from the Singapore Institute of Architects Conference 2018
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Design Anthology Oct 11
ARCHITECTONICS / This July, a decade after he collaborated on the controversial Bird’s Nest stadium for the 2008 summer Olympic Games in Beijing, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has completed another architectural collaboration, this time in the United States
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Design Anthology Oct 9
HOME / Set over more than 1000 square metres, The Bangka Project in Jakarta reflects modern design sensibilities with a nod toward Dutch colonial architecture
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Design Anthology Oct 7
VERNISSAGE / Iconic Hong Kong artist Luis Chan’s fantastic beasts and how he found them
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Design Anthology Oct 4
HOME / Agushi Construction Founding Director Bear Agushi’s new family home is a testament to his passion for contemporary architecture and design
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Design Anthology Oct 2
HOME / For most Thais, family is the foundation of social life, and multi-generational family homes are common. This extended family home features a communal space that reflects community values, but thanks to the ample living areas never feels overcrowded
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Design Anthology Sep 26
DOSSIER / The H Queen’s Building in Hong Kong was custom designed by CL3 Architects to display art. Heavy-hitters in the art world are all in residence, but the gleaming new tower is quickly becoming home to a number of fine dining destinations too
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Design Anthology Sep 23
VERNISSAGE / Founded in 2000, has grown from a handful of catalogues in an unassuming office into one of the region’s most critical art institutions
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