Home - T Singapore
Art & Design20 October 2020
Murano Glass, an Ancient Art Revived

A new generation of artisans is adding to the long history of the Italian craft, known for its strange shapes, odd colours and secretive techniques.

Art & Design, Object of Desire19 October 2020
A Louis Vuitton Foosball Table That Elevates the Level of Play

The S$99,000 foosball table includes a monogrammed exterior in textured leather and hand-painted, aluminium-cast players.

Art & Design15 October 2020
Design for the Future When the Future Is Bleak

Amid pandemics and environmental disasters, designers and architects have been forced to imagine a world in which the only way to move forward is to look back.

Art & Design10 October 2020
The Artists Giving New Life to Fake Flowers

Common in Victorian London, handmade paper blooms have sprouted once again.

Trending, Art & Design8 October 2020
The Archival Comme des Garçons Pieces of a Graphic Designer

Theseus Chan, often regarded as Singapore’s godfather of graphic design, collects Rei Kawakubo’s fashion creations as art pieces.

Art & Design7 October 2020
A Singaporean Artist Who Uses Her Brainwaves as Her Medium

Using her own brainwaves as digital paint, Yeo Shih Yun stretches the boundaries of what art mediums could be.

Art & Design6 October 2020
The Designer Who Gives Her Pieces Minds of Their Own

Elizabeth Garouste’s richly layered interiors and fantastical furniture are as appealing now as they were when she first caught Paris’s attention in the ’80s.

Art & Design, Entertainment & Culture2 October 2020
When Life Looks Like a Wes Anderson Movie

An Instagram platform, now a book, documents real-life settings that look like frames from the director’s movies.

Art & Design1 October 2020
In the Heart of Mexico City, an Ever-Evolving Townhouse

By continuously buying and selling the antique furniture, art and kitschy objects that fill its rooms, Dirk-Jan Kinet keeps his home dynamic and grand.

Art & Design30 September 2020
A Singaporean Furniture Designer’s Fluid Marble Objects

Under a new artistic alias, the co-founder of Grafunkt, Nathan Yong, reveals a series of furniture-resembling objects sculpted out of bent marble.

Art & Design, Trending29 September 2020
The Double-Sided Scarf That Tells a Story

Measuring 90 by 90 centimetres, each Hermès double face scarf tells a story about cavalry in the past, personified by different artistic collaborations.

Art & Design28 September 2020
A Home Inscribed With the History of a Beach

Within a storied studio complex, Karina Deyko and David de Rothschild have built an eclectic, freewheeling space in which to live and work.

Art & Design, Person to Know24 September 2020
The Architect Who Designs Some of Singapore’s Most Intriguing Homes

Aamer Taher, the founder of Aamer Architects, opens up on his journey into architecture design and other art forms of painting and pottery.

Art & Design24 September 2020
Art About Waiting — and What It Takes to Endure

In a time of crisis with no end in sight, durational performance, or endurance art, surfaces in our consciousness. Is this the art of our age?

Art & Design22 September 2020
The Photographer Capturing Unvarnished Truths

Heji Shin’s striking, discomfiting work poses an important question for the contemporary age: What do we expect art to do, and does the artist have a responsibility to do it?

Art & Design, Gourmet21 September 2020
Mushrooms, the Last Survivors

Neither plant nor animal, mushrooms have confounded humans since ancient times. Now, they’re a reminder of our tenuous place in an uncertain world.

Art & Design21 September 2020
The Mid-Century Lamps of a Singaporean Jewellery Designer

A look into the jeweller Emily Tan’s unique collection of vintage lamps.

Gourmet, Art & Design, Trending19 September 2020
T Suggests: A Fashion Designer’s Rattan Furniture, A Fermentation-Forward Feast, and Lobster Rolls

The Singaporean fashion designer Priscilla Shunmugam’s first foray into furniture designing — and more.

Art & Design15 September 2020
A Loft That Is Part Gallery and Part Roller Rink

In Berlin, Sascha Dornhöfer and Alexandra Rothert — who are also known as the Infamous Skater Couple — live with and by their art.

Art & Design, Trending14 September 2020
A Sculptural Sofa, Rereleased for the First Time

Designed by the Italian architect Mario Bellini, the Camaleonda sofa was a hit when MoMA included it in a landmark 1972 show.

Art & Design11 September 2020
A Garden Designed to Run Wild

In East Sussex, England, Caroline Kent derives inspiration for her hand-drawn stationery from the exuberant meadow just outside her window.

Gourmet, Art & Design10 September 2020
Deconstructing Indonesian Cuisine, Through Photographs

Documenting quotidian ingredients that go into the making of staple Indonesian dishes, a photographer and a home cook capture the cuisine in a poignant light.

Art & Design8 September 2020
Inside the Futuristic Apple Store at Marina Bay Sands

In Singapore, Apple’s first ever “floating” store at Marina Bay Sands is an architectural marvel that offers unobstructed views of the surrounding bay area.

Trending, Art & Design2 September 2020
A Closer Look at Riccardo Tisci’s Costumes for Marina Abramovic

“Riccardo had to make all the costumes because we are love, he is fashion and I am art,” says the artist Marina Abramovic of her collaboration with Burberry for, ‘7 Deaths of Maria Callas,’ her latest performance.

Art & Design, Trending1 September 2020
In Singapore, the Makers of Alternative Face Masks

These Singaporean designers are crafting face masks that break away from the norm.

Load more
T magazine

T: The New York Times Style Magazine Singapore’s best videos: digital house tours from around the world, behind-the-scenes looks at cover shoots and more.