When it comes to historic structures around the globe, preserving original architectural details often is paramount in any renovation. This holds true for the 1,750-square-foot shophouse turned meditative pied-à-terre in Singapore by Brewin Design Office.
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Robert Cheng of Brewin Design Office believes that good work hinges not just on what, but also why we design. He chats with Luo Jingmei about his journey as the firm enters its 10th year.
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In designing Andō, a new Japanese-Spanish restaurant by Hong Kong’s JIA Group, Brewin Design Office eschewed distinct gastronomic themes and instead distilled hybridity into a minimalist, textured space inspired by context – abstracting Hong Kong’s man-made city fabric and forms into a bold, brutalist interior.
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