Right Angle Studio Designs an Inviting Family Office in Singapore
Tranquillity is not conventionally a trait associated with workspaces but this family office designed by Right Angle Studio in Singapore aspires for that. From the entrance to the inner sanctums of this modestly sized office, every element is conceived to afford the users a sense of wellbeing and calm for efficacious administrative work. Screens, applied in manifold ways, are a key device to balance privacy and engagement. The open plan office employs louvred shutters inspired by Straits Chinese houses with rattan screens to reflect the client’s business origins from Indonesia, where the material is commonly found in the vernacular architecture.
Perkins&Will Puts Environmental Initiatives at the Fore for This Office in Houston
2021 Best of Year winner for Large Corporate Office. Perkins&Will consolidates the headquarters of the Waste Management office in Houston.
Saguez & Partners Turn to Biophilic Design to Create a Welcoming Office for a Pharmaceutical Company
2021 Best of Year winner for Midsize Corporate Office. Though a world leader in the research and development of drugs and pharmaceuticals, Roche Laboratories and its long-time design firm Saguez & Partners embraced bioph…
Ministry of Design Earns a Best of Year Award for This Greenery-Filled Wealth Management Center
2021 Best of Year winner for Finance Office. The RFP for the 29,332-square-foot wealth-management center called for out-of-the-box thinking and a fresh, world-class experience. The firm won with its “banking conservato…
A Closer Look at a Trio of Optical Stores by West of West
West of West extends its long-time collaboration with Garret Leight California Optical in this trio of retail designs from Brooklyn to Los Angeles.
This Design Duo’s Home/Office in New Delhi Exudes Warmth
The founders of DeMuro Das imbue their New Delhi home and office with a cross cultural aesthetic that reflects a traditional meets modern vibe.
Bold Hues Set the Stage for This Bakery by Day, Club by Night
Bold colors play within Pastry Club Woda, a modern-day concept in a historic building that offers visitors a pastry shop by day and club by night.