A newly married couple’s desire for a home with clean lines, chamfered edges and bevelled areas are met in this bright and spacious Scandi-inspired HDB flat.
See how the designers from The Scientist inject loads of personality into this flat using a bold colour scheme and terrazzo.
The designers from Asialand ID used concrete surfaces liberally inside and out to establish a distinctive yet cosy family home.
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This apartment jazzes up practicality with mirrors, glossy surfaces and bold features.
When space is at a premium, the priority is to always make sure that it is being put to good use without looking cluttered.
Innovative design never tires. And proving that point are a series of re-editions of some of Louis Poulsen’s classic lights – still turning heads, and more so with new metallic finishes.
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With a sleek Scandinavian style in mind, Archive Design put together a pristine colour palette and streamlined design measures, for a spacious and practical living space.
Colourable laminates aren’t just eye-catching – they’re inspiring for young minds.
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Luxury comes in many forms, and for this HDB BTO flat designed by Chapter 13, it emerges in asymmetrical designs that make for a visual feast.
The homeowners’ affinity for earthy tones and modern design are executed to great effect by Design Zage in this terrace house. Glossy white surfaces are paired with woodgrain patterns to lend a contemporary but laidback look.
A couple with four kids get a light and airy Nordic-style home that’s designed to suit their love for baking and the needs of a big family.