The mid-century modern style of interior design was popularized during the 1940s, and remains popular for good reason. Defined by clean lines, organic forms, minimal ornamentation, and high functionality, the style has an undeniably timeless appeal. In the design of Singapore’s first-of-its-kind Day Hospice by HCA Hospice Care (HCA) and Lien Foundation, Oasis@Outram redefines end-of-life caregiving to focus on the personal growth of not just patients but also the community around them.
In the heart of the historical district in Jing’an, the design of townhome interiors is a pure and minimal expression of extravagance. These family-oriented environments prioritize natural light, personal outdoor space, and the use of the highest quality finishes. The refined construction detailing and minimal use of finishes express how essentialism redefines traditional notions of luxury.
Located in the XiXi Wetland Park of Hangzhou in Eastern China, Y20 is a mixed use office space surrounded by natural scenery and features a unique Y-shaped interior layout. Property owner Alcai Technology had envisioned the 700 square meters of Y20 Space as more than just an office building, but a community space for work, business conferences and events, before entrusting the task to WJ Design.
Located in the heart of the city’s cultural district in Wuhan, China, Molly club commands a futuristic vibe. While the entire street is full of bright advertising light boxes, Molly Club is a discreet presence with only a back-lit and inconspicuous signage beside its entrance, in this lively street.