From Peranakan to industrial, and Japanese to Moroccan style, these amazing homes are your favourite picks of 2019.
30 December 2019
Text by Vanitha Pavapathi
Let’s give 2019 the last hurrah and take a look at your favourite homes of 2019!
Bearing a modern, Zen-like aesthetic, this HDB flat designed by D5 Studio Image is a quiet repose adapted for a young couple who embraces the minimalist Japanese lifestyle. Furnishings are kept simple with wood as the dominant material palette.
Who says small can’t be beautiful? AMP Design Co. proves that style and function can be had even in a 700sqft apartment. Other than taking on an eclectic style combining Peranakan and industrial-inspired design accents, the design studio was also tasked with creating a good amount of amenities and storage out of this space-challenged apartment.
Like a rich piece of tapestry, Fatema Design Studio weaved in masses of textures and captivating patterns into this family home for four. The designers worked in incredible depth and warmth with contrasting layers of modernity and elaborate Moorish-inspired accents. Other than the decorative elements, they first focused on creating an open-concept setting for the living, dining and kitchen zones.
Endowed with full creative control, Fineline Design turned this plain-vanilla BTO unit into a modern contemporary haven for a pair of newly-weds. The couple had no major requests, except for a dark colour palette to anchor the interiors and bring warmth to the home. To that end, the designers introduced dark wood laminates, black quartz surfaces and grey fabrics to each room in the house.
Having just moved back to Singapore after ten years in Japan, this family wanted a home that would allow them to retain their Japanese way of life while adapting to the tropical locale. Chark Private Limited (the interior arm of Chalk Architects) opened up the plan of the five-room HDB flat to create a porous, flexible home as the first step to making the most out of a modest space. Where possible, walls were removed, and screens and sliding doors employed.
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