In this week’s architecture and design video round-up (above), drift into luxe holiday mode at Soneva Fushi’s new over-water villas in the Maldives. Plus, take a virtual tour of the newly completed Eden residential tower in Singapore by Heatherwick Studio, a building which is in sync with the “garden city” vision of the metropolis.
Also this week, the tech team at Italian furniture powerhouse Paola Lenti has developed a coating solution that vastly improves the performance of yarn used in the manufacturing of outdoor furniture. And, you’re invited to step inside The Beehive – one of a number of architecture projects to feature in the brand-new FOLIO 4 publication, a magazine by Brickworks.
For more information on each of this week’s stories, see below.
- Soneva Fushi’s villas: Luxury resort brand Soneva has pressed ahead with the ambitious plans to open its new over-water villas this month at Soneva Fushi in the Maldives. Read more.
- Eden by Heatherwick Studio: Defined by the shell-shaped balconies and the tropical foliage which cascades down its 22 storeys, Eden in Singapore is the first residential tower in Asia by Heatherwick Studio. Read more.
- Paola Lenti launches Twiggy: The tech team at Italian furniture house Paola Lenti has developed a recyclable mono-material yarn called Twiggy, which the brand will utilise in a range of vibrant outdoor textiles. Read more.
- The Beehive x FOLIO 4: The Beehive by architects Luigi and Raffaello Rosselli is one of a series of projects featured in the brand-new FOLIO 4 publication, a magazine by Brickworks. Read more.
Drift into luxe holiday mode at the new over-water villas at Soneva Fushi in the Maldives and tour the Eden residential tower in Singapore.