The design team from three-d conceptwerke used unconventional housing materials such as concrete ventilation bricks and neon signage to adhere to the ‘modern industrial and steampunk man cave’ aesthetics.
Through clever spatial interventions by SSplusD, this maisonette gets two additional rooms so a multi-generational household can live together comfortably.
A couple with kids have sought the help of Hall to design a home that encourages bonding.
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Ethereall pulls out all the stops to give this industrial looking flat a large, open kitchen that’s fit for hosting and whipping up master-chef worthy treats.
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Right Angle Studio’s consistent use of light oak and grey tiles, paired with pockets of smoked mirrors establish a harmonised and composed HDB home.
Thanks to the designers from Hall, a young couple with a newborn get to enjoy English country living without having to leave Singapore.
With the help of Rhiss Interior, this three-storey cluster house becomes the ideal location to raise a large, multi-generational family.
Industrial, Peranakan and Moroccan elements unite in this eclectic BTO flat designed by Ethereall.
The beauty of stone meets Italian quality and innovation in the latest Silver Grain tile collection from Italgraniti Group. Here we list more reasons for its appeal.
Vivre Creative Design merged two bedrooms into one, tackled the narrow footprint of the dining space, and created space for a walk-in wardrobe and additional storage for the owner’s toy collection within this modestly sized apartment.