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21 December 2017
Text by Louisa Clare Lim
It’s been an exciting year with lots of ups and downs, but one thing’s for sure – the Singapore interior design scene has been flourishing, constantly fuelled by lots of innovative, brilliant talents and projects. With all the amazing and inspiring things going on in the design realm, we’ve been given plenty of food for thought throughout 2017.
We’re glad you’ve enjoyed the ride with us, and here are your favourite stories and moments!
The winners of the inaugural Lookbox Design Awards were announced and celebrated at the recent Gala Night, which was attended by the who’s who of the design industry.
This 4-room resale HDB flat has been renovated to look like a New York loft, with practically no walls!
See before and after photos of amazing home renovations!
We’ve compiled some of our favourite kitchen designs – each with a kitchen island configuration – to get your creative juices flowing.
The founders of interior design firm Wee Studio designed their own HDB flat, completely transforming the space with glamorous details and novel ideas.
This project won the Outstanding HDB Flat category at the Lookbox Design Awards 2017!
Every other home you see has a brick feature wall. If you’re looking for something different, check out these design alternatives.
A vertical garden is an essential component of this urban apartment in Melbourne, home to an artist who has an appreciation for home cooking.
Most live in high-rise residences here in Singapore, so here’s what to keep in mind when residing in population-dense private apartments, condominiums and HDB flats.
Whether you have a penchant for interiors with history or are looking for an urban oasis, there’s something here for you.
Finishing the year on a high note, the Lookbox Design Awards Gala Night on 14 December 2017 was an amazing celebration of Singapore’s finest design talents and residential projects!
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This condominium apartment designed by Unimax Creative features a crisp black and white palette and a conscientious attention to orderly lines.
In its renovation of the Kingsville House, Richard King Design has maintained the building’s original workers cottage facade, and blurred the distinction between old and new.