Recent and archived articles by Leong Siok Hui
Through its award-winning oeuvre, a young Singapore design practice seeks to question the status quo, disturb convention, and redefine relevance in a contemporary context.
Offering free technical advice and training, KL-based social enterprise Wild Asia sets about to promote the growth and use of sustainable oil palm in Sabah’s Kg Toniting.
A Yunnan Province-based designer embodies the new generation of Chinese architects who are young, educated in the West and returning home to make a difference.
Eschewing China’s copycat culture and her bolder-and-flashier building mantra, a Shanghai design atelier is asserting a modern design language with its award-winning oeuvre.
To pep up a 95-year-old futon business, a Kyoto company injects a modern twist into the good ol’ zabuton, aka floor cushions.
Here’s a place that will appeal to fans of stylishly simple Scandinavian design.
The inaugural Singapore Design Week offered a visual feast as well as a cerebral fix for design aficionados.
Paola Navone and Kenneth Cobonpue, who were keynote speakers at last month’s inaugural Maison&Objet Asia in Singapore, share their design ethos and what inspires them.
A group of women is passionately advocating for women to take control of their childbirth experience.
The case of two women who died during unassisted home birth here recently highlights issues like the safety of delivering babies in a non-hospital setting and the support services available.