Design Anthology Asia #27

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Design Anthology is a luxury interiors, design, art and architecture magazine, with a strong focus on Asia and it’s burgeoning creative scene. Aimed at a sophisticated, well-travelled audience, we aim to provide a reading experience that will transport and inspire you.

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Dossier
Openings
HOUSE OF WANG opens in Beijing

Products
New collections and collaborations

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

Lifestyle Space, Seoul
Teo Yang transformed Kukje Gallery’s K1 building by designing the spaces around the artwork on display

Studio Culture
In the first edition of our new studio feature, we take a look inside New Delhi-based design practice Project 810

Profile
Heading up New York-based studio Ocrùm, designer Sean Zhang creates pieces imbued with empathy and emotion

A Day in the Life
We spend a day with Dylan Davis and Jean Lee, founders of Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, at their home in The Rockaways, New York

Creative Compound, Jakarta
This slower retail experience is a curated community of homegrown brands housed in charming micro-shops

Style
Profile
Up-and-coming designer Carl Jan Cruz’s avant-garde pieces are rooted in tradition and tell a story of what it means to be a modern Filipino

Wanderlust
Guadalajara
Iconic modernist architecture and a thriving local creative scene are but some of the reasons to visit Guadalajara

Photo Essay
The remote African islands of
São Tomé and Principe offer spectacular tropical landscapes, a plethora of endemic wildlife and a handful of luxury properties

Hotel, Japan
Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono was designed by BAR Studio to bring the outside in, in this case the snowy, atmospheric and evocative mountains of Hokkaido

Openings
New boutique and luxury designer hotels from around the world

Vernissage
Art Museum, Guangdong
A look inside the new Tadao Ando-designed He Art Museum, a development set to enrich the region’s arts and culture scene

Profile
Ritsue Mishima’s transparent glass creations are the perfect synthesis of East-West nomadism

Home
Bangkok
ANONYM brought all the trimmings of a laid-back resort lifestyle to this home in the city centre

Hong Kong
Eric Egan prioritised this family’s substantial art collection in designing a home that reflects its inhabitants’ characters and tastes

Ho Chi Minh
StudioDuo designed this apartment to reflect the owners’ love of a natural, Vietnam-inspired aesthetic

Singapore
The recently completed apartment of design duo Takenouchi Webb is as personal and characterful as you’d expect

Hong Kong
Lim + Lu combined plants, wood, stone and rattan in this bright, nature-inspired family home

Architectonics
Urban Greenhouse, Seoul
Seoul Botanic Park’s futuristic greenhouse draws on biophilic design principles and is both an inner-city botanical conservatory and a piece of groundbreaking architecture

Urban Design, Hong Kong
A new proposal knits together a series of public spaces on Hong Kong Island’s western side to make a historically austere neighbourhood more citizen-centric

The Flâneur
On Grief and Growth
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, design and culture writer Christopher DeWolf considers the cycle of grief and growth in Montreal and Hong Kong

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