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Left: Open plan for living and dining room. With longer hours spent at home, homeowners are naturally thinking about how to make their spaces more comfortable. Right: Sky Green in Taichung, Taiwan, features lots of skyrise greenery.

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The Connect boardroom is one of the most popular facilities in Wallich Residence, supporting the WFH demands of executives.

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The Chinese National restaurant in Jakarta. The restaurant needed to be large enough to seat all guests for breakfast, but not be under-utilised for the rest of the day.

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Three ideas hotels should consider to meet new expectations and deliver an exceptional guest experience in a post pandemic era.

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Future retail store.

Living and working in the post-pandemic era

Architects and designers share ideas on how living, dining, shopping and vacationing may be like in the new normal.
Aug 21, 2020 5:50 AM

IT has been more than two months since Singapore cautiously reopened on June 19 after the circuit breaker period. But has life really gone back to normal? Not quite, as those who have gone back to work at the office will tell you. As our lives and routines are upended by the Covid-19 pandemic -

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