AFTER 20 YEARS as an industrial designer in Singapore, Nathan Yong is putting on a solo exhibition. “It’s an ego boost,” jokes the veteran designer of The Scheme of Things, Nathan Yong: A...

Former fashion merchandiser Inez Tan has an unconventional way of capturing memories. Instead of photos or paintings, she embroiders them.

​A PROPER SHOWER at the end of the day is something Singaporeans easily take for granted, but it’s a different story in other parts of Southeast Asia where low water pressure is the norm, thanks...

WHEN IT COMES to ranking the most liveable cities in the world, Singapore is often high on the list. In fact, according to a survey by human resources consultancy ECA International published...

WITH WATER AVAILABLE at the turn of a tap, why should Singaporeans worry about where it comes from? Eugene Lee, a design student from Nanyang Polytechnic, is himself worried about such an attitude...

HOW DO I love thee? Goes the sonnet by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, which was dedicated to her husband, poet Robert Browning, for rescuing her from a desperate and reclusive lifestyle.

DESIGN IS EVERYWHERE, whether you realise it or not, and the annual Singapore Design Week(SDW) is back for its sixth edition to show how it can impact every aspect of our lives.