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Naomi Healy
Naomi Healy
Naomi is a freelance writer who started her career working on the other side of the media fence - in corporate PR for Australian TV networks. She now works at a more leisurely pace across Asia, writing on topics that interest her most, namely design, fashion, culture and lifestyle.

A trip to France inspired a formerly minimalist homeowner to go all out in her 4,100 sq ft Singapore apartment. The result is a visually sumptuous riot of colour, texture and taste.

A couple have created a bespoke Scandinavian retreat in their two-bedroom duplex in Tsuen Wan, complete with sauna in a yoga room that doubles as a space for their beloved cats to play.

A film-industry creative turned to designer Udo Lam to renovate a 530 sq ft flat in Wong Chuk Hang, Southern district. Her favourite room in her new sanctuary is the bathroom inspired by a Japanese hot-spring resort.

Entrepreneur Charlie Cameron, founder of the blog Lottie Lifestyle, took a bare-bones approach when it came to decorating her 6,700 sq ft black-and-white rental heritage home in Singapore.

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The Hotel of Tomorrow project asked travellers to rate ideas such as rooms on wheels, a bed that adapts to your sleeping patterns, and bringing outdoor plants, scents and sounds indoors.

Projects like Swire Properties’ ultra-luxury residential development Eden show how nature forms an integral part of building design in Singapore, hailed as Asia’s only ‘biophilic city’.

Singapore fashion designer Ee-ling Fock, of The Missing Piece, knew this outdated house had good bones, but it took the vision of stylist Priscilla Tan to unlock its potential.

A Hong Kong exhibition explores the origins of art deco in France, the mutual exchange of influences with China, and the style’s development in the East.

James Corner, who is known for High Line, an elevated park created on a former New York Central Railroad, explains the concept behind another world-class promenade