Remote Working?

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Remote Working?

Reddit can be a great source of entertainment, as well as education. Today on the subreddit r/architecture, someone asked, “Why is this profession so opposed to remote working?” I’m basically an architectural drafter. I spend 99.9 percent of the day in the office alone at my computer, picking up redlines, drafting existing conditions, tagging things,

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History of Airports

Beijing’s new airport certainly looks very psychedelic. Which made us ponder about the history of airports. “An airport is a facility where aircraft, such as airplanes and helicopters, can take off and land.” The first official airport opened in 1908 in Albany New York – by 1928 it had gone through a reconstruction, which added

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Retail Apocalypse

In light of Forever 21 filing for bankruptcy, we did some digging into the biggest players in the game with years of experience on their belts. Apart from Forever 21, Abercrombie & Fitch, Barney’s New York, Bebe, Gap, GUESS, J. Crew, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, even Nike’s (plans to shift to e-commerce) are some of the

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Sister City Hotel NYC

located in the historic bowery neighborhood, lower east side manhattan, sister city is the latest accommodation facility by atelier ace, the in-house creative team behind american boutique hotel chain, ace hotel. with a focus on the intersection where efficiency meets beauty, the hotel offers 200 intimate rooms, a ground-floor restaurant, and a rooftop bar right

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OG People’s Park Going Ons

Have you guys been to the newly renovated OG at People’s Park yet? We did a couple of counters there and here are some previews. Click on for more in our portfolio page! As always, we were very happy to collaborate with the Yen Studio team again. See other brands of Yen Studio here and

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Hot Air

“Hot air rises and can not just carry us but help us rise above.” Spring by Ali Smith Last week, we put up a “Hot Air” corner as inspired by the quote from the Ali Smith novel mentioned above. Thought it would be a good idea to have a bulletin of sorts for everyone to

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The Apple Card

Dear God. This has been taken too far. We’re going to jump on the wagon on this. Can’t be put into leather wallets? “Don’t use window or household cleaners, compressed air, aerosol sprays, solvents, ammonia, or abrasives to clean your titanium Apple Card,” What The Verge mentioned was spot on, “what you’re mostly signing up

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Our Library

Ah yes don’t get too excited about our library yet there’s almost nothing much to see here. We’ve got a new floating library (yes, with steps up) after the renovation we did, and while it’s still a work in progress, here it is! Thought it would be nice to make some handmade signs to encourage

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Volunteering in Singapore

In last week’s issue of our newsletter, we put together some stuff on volunteering in Singapore. It can be an individual thing, but also great as a group activity. Whether we do it or not, it’s always healthy to keep an awareness and check in with ourselves from time to time. Volunteering for/to Change Besides

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Why Experience Matters

Ceros dot com – Does it matter? Yes, experience does matter. It’s wonderful that I stumbled across ceros.com recently. It advocates Experiential Content and I quote them, “Purchasing decisions (yes, even B2B ones) are made by humans, humans make decisions based on logic and feelings, and feelings are formed by our experiences.” Experience Statistics What’s

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