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The Conexus Studio Post-COVID-19 Workplace Design Guide

Conexus Studio Posted on 23 Sep 2020

From touchless entry to high-partition workstations, design can play a key role in helping to combat virus transmission at the office. At Conexus Studio, we believe in designing to strike a balance between safe and productive workplace environments: places that afford peace of mind for its users without resorting to workflows that operate in isolation and silos.

What are the factors that will influence office design in the new normal? Download our guide for a closer look at the following areas:

- Driving improved sanitation through personal and spatial cleanliness

- Minimising interaction risks in the office with layout and technology

- Limiting virus life using creative interior design and material choice

- Beyond the pandemic: designing for wellness and sustainability at work

The Verdant Office

p+a design studio Posted on 17 Sep 2020

Effective workplaces consider both company branding and staff comfort. P+A Design Studio transforms Cosa International’s cluttered office into a bright, verdant space with this in mind, employing biophilic principles proven to produce happier, healthier and more productive stuff. Taking advantage of the high ceiling, a new mezzanine adds floor area and enhances vertical connectivity. Curvaceous timber tables meld desks, pantry and planter, experienced as a topographical feature atop green-accented carpets. The fluid, open-plan layout encourages community and conversation, leading to flourishing ideas and office culture. It doubles as a foil for product showcase: customised light pendants accentuate the loftiness, some half-completed as process exhibits; beneath the mezzanine, a soft chromatic paper ceiling introduces joie de vivre into the industrial shell, delighting customers. Reusable scaffolding shelving aligns with green principles, as do ample greenery. A metal mesh at the window will soon see climbing plants screen the harsh tropical sun.

A Gastronomic Encounter Blending Raw and Refined

p+a design studio Posted on 17 Sep 2020

Injecting new functions into historic structures require thinking sensitively about spatial integrity and visual harmony. For Hide Yamamoto located in Sentosa Village Hotel, P+A Design Studio’s answer was to create an alternative, calm world from both hotel bustle and its busy colonial architecture. This is enabled through preserving the original long space and using simple materials in their raw states. There are two dining concepts – Hide sits a larger, 40-pax crowd and Masa is a nine-person sushi bar next door. Earth-toned furniture and a screening leitmotif unite both. At Hide, an intricate, alabaster lattice lines the interior; at one end, a plywood wall curves up the ceiling to enigmatically frame the teppanyaki counter – the dramatic gesture celebrating and highlighting the chef’s theatrics. At Masa, plywood is again encountered, but as a screen of layered strips turning in various directions as abstracted, shadowed lines of a wild bamboo forest.

Bringing the business of Luxury to Life

Interior Design Confederation (Singapore) Posted on 31 Aug 2020

The Luxury Channel has, since 2007, delivered award-winning, digital-first multi-media content, high quality videos and online editorial, bringing together the very best in luxury lifestyle. The quality of our content maintains a highly-engaged HNW audience, uncovering the finest destinations and experiences, and the culture and craftsmanship that define modern luxury.

The Luxury Channel is where luxury brands are brought to life....

epicure Magazine

Interior Design Confederation (Singapore) Posted on 16 Mar 2020

epicure is a monthly gourmet lifestyle magazine designed for bon vivants who share the belief that food is the ultimate universal language. We are on an enthusiastic quest to seek out the latest dining trends, sniff out remarkable wine vintages and uncover the dynamics and intricacies of the local and international culinary scene.

Jetgala Magazine

Interior Design Confederation (Singapore) Posted on 16 Mar 2020

Based in Singapore but distributed across Asia Pacific, Jetgala is a bi-monthly luxury magazine centred on business and private aviation, and the corresponding lifestyle surrounding it. Jetgala serves as an indispensable source of news and features for aviation enthusiasts, as well as the ultra-affluent, highlighting names and brands that are associated with the luxury market.

Dawn: A fresh take on minimalism by Villeroy & Boch

IDCS Posted on 5 Feb 2020

Featuring minimalist design in a host of variants, Dawn establishes a new design idiom for contemporary tap fittings. The mix-and-match spouts and handles allow for diverse interior design options and add a fresh touch to modern bathrooms.