In our most exciting issue yet, we present 10 Lookbox Design Awards recognised interior design firms and their finest home projects, and bring you a forecast on future living. Get your copy today.
25 October 2020
Note from the editor, Janice Seow
On cover: Project by MONOCOT
These exceptional times are sparking paradigm shifts across all areas of life. Not only is this new age reshaping attitudes, lifestyles and routines, but it’s also underscoring the power of design to impact our day to day, and its essential role in safeguarding and enhancing our well-being.
In the latest Lookbox Living magazine (issue 63), we explore all the great designs that inspire and that positively influence our home life. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside!
Shizukokoro by Goy Architects – Home of the Year, Outstanding HDB Flat (winner) and Best Space for Retreat (winner), Lookbox Design Awards 2019
For the first time ever, we’ve dedicated an entire section to featuring a select list of highly talented interior design firms in Singapore that have been recognised for their residential work at the Lookbox Design Awards since its inception in 2017.
The Loft Box by UPSTAIRS_ – Outstanding Private Apartment (winner), Lookbox Design Awards 2019
Organised by Lookbox Living and independently judged by respected industry names from Singapore and around the world, each Winner and Shortlist featured, along with their stunning home projects, offer up a wealth of great ideas for unlocking the potential of our living spaces.
In this issue, we cast our lens wide, traversing the globe and back to bring you a range of novel ideas, innovative solutions and new ways of living. Some are ‘moon-shot thinking’ that invite robust discourse, while others are very practical and interesting things we can do in our own abodes.
Growing microgreens. Image courtesy of Everything Green
We also get three industry experts – Takenouchi Webb, Design Intervention and Guocoland – to give their predictions of what our future homes might be like, and bring you a new concept ‘live and work’ studio apartment project in Hong Kong by Bean Buro that you’ll want to steal ideas from.
‘Live/work’ studio apartment by Bean Buro
Asolo sofa from Flexform
With health and climate change becoming dominating issues, products and brands that lead the response make this issue’s shopping hotlist. We pick ones that champion sustainability and well-being, and also include those that deliver on comfort and space smarts (which are must-haves for modern dwellings!).
Want to know more? Pick up a copy of the latest Lookbox Living magazine (issue 63) at newsstands today.
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