Space planning, functionality and aesthetics are all essential ingredients to designing a great home.
We enjoy travelling to design trade fairs around the world. It’s where we gather inspiration and discover the latest trends. We particularly enjoy travelling to Australia. The designers there are quite talented and we like their tendency of exploring the application
of raw materials in an interior space.
The challenges of being an interior designer:
Spaces these days are so small, so as interior designers,
we really must think creatively to make the homes we design
both practical and comfortable, and with consideration to the lifestyle
and preferences of the client.
Passion for design:
As interior designers, we go beyond mere decoration to explore all the different facets of the user experience.
There are many little details that require a designer’s attention,
and we find that aspect of the job really interesting.
“We love what we do and cannot see ourselves doing anything else. Whenever we come across anything to do with space or materials for example, we find ourselves completely immersed in it.”
– Mark Chen and Katy Chong, Directors
Artistroom removed existing walls, and had glass walls and doors put in place to improve light and air circulation throughout this apartment.
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Artistroom turned this dimly lit resale HDB flat on Havelock Road into an airy, comforting home.
Inspired by Scandinavian simplicity and aesthetics, the homeowners’ brief to the designers of Artistroom was to create a cosy abode with warm wood tones. The designers also addressed the issue of privacy – seeing as the flat is a corridor unit – by installing bespoke adjustable wooden louvred windows.
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When you stay in a home that’s surrounded by nature, and enjoys a deluge of sunlight, it’s best to take full advantage of this natural luxury. This condominium in East Coast enjoys a good view of the surrounding greenery, and benefits from its large open windows and a balcony that puts nature almost within reach. […]
In this two-storey maisonette, the kitchen is the heart of the home. Boutique interior design firm Artistroom gave it its due course.