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By creating designs that stand the test of time, designers and architects alike can play their part in creating a greener future too.
Filmed for the Tatler Design Awards, a series of signature events by Singapore Tatler Homes, this video features industrial designer Hunn Wai of Lanzavecchia + Wai, architect Richard Hassell of WOHA, Nikki Hunt and Andrea Savage of Design Intervention, and design director Colin Seah of Ministry of Design.
Watch part one of the video here:
Read more about the Tatler Design Awards: https://sg.asiatatler.com/life/tatler-design-awards-what-makes-good-design