Award-winning Singapore homes, fab materials, colours to try in 2018, and much more… there’s no time like now to get fresh new inspiration for your home and life.
30 January 2018
Text by Janice Seow
In our first issue for the year, our team at Lookbox Living have put together a magazine filled with inspirational ideas, homes and stories to help you live an inspired life.
As one of our major features, we bring you the 53 projects and interior design firms in Singapore that have taken the top spots in our inaugural Lookbox Design Awards. From a HDB flat with rooms housed in an wooden crate (winner of ‘Home of the Year 2017’) to a home with movable walls and one with a ‘disappearing’ 45-degree wall, each and every award-winning project is bound to give you ideas for your own home makeover.
In line with global trends, we showcase great products for flexible modern living, and designs that bring you closer to nature. And with white-on-white interiors giving way to more varied and bold palettes, we highlight three significant colours for 2018, and two fresh bold looks to try.
Cork, leather and terrazzo are materials you can expect to see more of. Beyond their traditional uses, check out the designs that incorporate them in unusual but beautiful ways.
Also in this issue, we feature three passionate individuals in Singapore who are keeping the art of craft alive. See the stories of a woodworker, potter and metalsmithing studio. As always, don’t forget to check out the beautiful homes. Among them, we feature the residence of two gallery owners and art lovers, and a modern ranch house in Australia.
So, are you ready for some major design therapy? Grab a copy of issue 54 at your favourite newsstand today!
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