Like a giant tree, Oasia Hotel Downtown designed by WOHA Architects offers shelter for its inhabitants and respite for the larger community around it too. Unlike the sleek and sealed skyscrapers in Singapore’s Central Business District, this tropical “living tower” offers an alternative image to the sleek technology of the genre.
Ever since the early 90’s when Zouk first opened its doors, the club has upheld the beach dance club cultures of Ibiza and urban underground rave clubs, enabling the lifestyles of house music lovers till date. As the curtain calls on Zouk’s 25 years reign at Jiak Kim Street in 2016, there is rejoice in the air that the good times will continue to roll within their new premises at Clarke Quay.
What stands out in particular in Mantab Workplace is its gleaming bold façade. Looming over the quiet suburban street, the gold-copper alloy façade rises up from the building’s ground level in shielding its interior furtively. The project by S/LAB 10 entailed a complete internal overhaul of an existing bungalow.
It is the mark of good design when a new construct feels well grounded.Designed by Mumbai-based studio Sanjay Puri Architects, volumes within volumes lend each functional part of Office@63 their own identity. Stepping inside the office situated in Navi Mumbai, the design dialogue becomes instantly apparent through the sheer openness of the space.
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.