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Design Anthology 23 – The International issue

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Design Anthology is Asia’s quarterly magazine for interior design and more. ‘As an independent publisher, we have created the type of design magazine we want to read’.
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Design Anthology 23 – The International issue

Design Anthology 23 – The International issue | Join us on a far-reaching journey, as we take an international perspective in our annual special focused on the wider world of design. Teeming with stories from the Mergui Archipelago to Melbourne, we also go inside residences in Brussels, Bangkok, Taipei, New York and Como.

Dossier

Openings
STUDIO ADJECTIVE’s recently launched sister company objective is a personally curated online store for all things design and lifestyle

Products
New collections and collaborations

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

Profile
Meet the fire-wielding, wood- turning Melbourne-based maker Makiko Ryujin

Urban Decay, Thailand
Relics of rich cinema history, and their striking architectural typologies, are immortalised in a photography book by Philip Jablon

Design
Karimoku Case Study is a collaborative project between Japan’s largest wooden furniture producer and top architects from around the world

MAISON&OBJET, Paris
The Korean designers and brands that stood out at this year’s edition of the Paris fair

Adaptive Reuse, Cambodia
French-Cambodian architect Antoine Meinnel’s Phnom Penh firm Bloom Architecture is behind several projects that reflect its approach to heritage conservation

Studio
In Singapore, a second- generation woodworking studio is pushing boundaries and elevating the craft

Wanderlust
Resorts, Myanmar
Two new resorts in the remote Mergui Archipelago offer luxe bases from which to explore the pristine and largely uncharted enclave

Luxury Lodges, New Zealand
A trio of pastoral lodges make exploring the North and South islands a luxurious affair

Hotel, Melbourne
A beachside icon has reopened with a look that pays tribute to its locale

Openings
The best of the new boutique and luxury designer hotels from around the world

Vernissage
Emerging Artists, Indonesia
This year’s Art Jakarta featured several artists making a name for themselves thanks to their boundary-pushing practices

Profile
Chinese artist Song Dong’s work deals with the fast-changing world around him

Home
New York
The Tribeca loft of Janis Provisor and Brad Davis reflects their shared passion for seeking out unusual and beautiful objects from around the world

Brussels
Designer Michael Young’s voluminous loft is his home away from Hong Kong, and a home for his portfolio and gallery- worthy collection

Bangkok
Bill Bensley’s home is a technicolour retreat filled to the hilt with personal treasures, plants and art

Taipei
Interior designer Jin Chen’s home epitomises his approach of bringing together seemingly disparate elements in an intriguing whole

Como
Studio Daminato incorporated sensitive references to the history and context of this historic villa overlooking Lake Como

Architectonics
Development, Hong Kong
Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ new project aims for a sensitive treatment of a historic area

Urban Futures, Tokyo
We speak with Thomas Heatherwick about his contribution to the Toranomon- Azabudai Project, an ambitious urban regeneration project in Tokyo inspired by the concept of future cities

Profile
Tsuyoshi Tane’s archaeological approach to architecture has him looking to the past in order to create forward-thinking projects

Architectural Practice
Be it a jazz club in Beijing or a remote village in eastern China, Chiasmus Partners approaches each project as an invitation to explore, interpret and blur boundaries

The Flâneur
A Postcard of the Past
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, travel writer Theresa Christine shows us a side to Tel Aviv that left her feeling at peace

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