CERARL elevates spaces to previously unthinkable heights. CERARL is a lightweight, unique fiberglass decorative panel designed for wall cladding, even on pre-existing furnished walls. This cutting-edge technology, developed and manufactured in Japan, has various favorable qualities for both residential and commercial areas. CERARL brings numerous benefits, including strong resistance to water, fire, impact, stain, and bacteria, and works well on both dry kitchen backsplash areas and wet areas of your bathroom walls. Providing a sense of finesse to the decor, CERARL will not crack, peel, or break in heat or humidity.
In this guest column, design writer Justin Zhuang raises pertinent questions on “greenwashing” that architects and other built environment professionals in our community must ethically confront address. The mere act of constructing a new building – even if it is certified “green” – adds significantly to our carbon footprint, with ramifications for the climate crisis affecting all of us. Photo credits: Marvin Tang
Over the last eighteen months, we've had the pleasure of observing the evolution of "Le Corbusier: An Exhibition Over Space and Time" What began with a display of 45 models in Singapore has now transformed into a worldwide cultural phenomenon, encompassing nearly 200 models and connecting cities across different continents.
Ar. Chu Hwai Lim in conversation with: Ar. Razvan I Ghilic-Micu, Chief Editor, The Singapore Architect
Paul Finch – Founder and Programme Director of the World Architecture Festival Antoine Besseyre Des Horts - Leader at LIXIL Global Design, Asia in conversation with: Ar. Razvan I Ghilic-Micu and Ar. Ronald CT Lim, Chief Editors, The Singapore Architect