To not focus on “styles”, but rather conceptual groundings of the homeowner’s personality – each an essence of its own.
We love to explore a diverse palette of materials; we are all about experimentation.
Greatest enjoyment as a designer:
Trying to make sense of people’s lifestyles and preferences,
and translating that into something tangible.
“In interior design, part of where the magic happens is when the essence of an individual is captured and translated into a physical dimension.” – Dennis Cheok, Creative Director
A holiday home for a family based in Indonesia, this apartment’s most striking feature is a visually arresting “fresco” on the ceiling in the lounge, which mirrors the tropical vibes of the beach in a modern, refined way.
After the interior of this HDB flat was hollowed out, a “wooden crate” was built right in its centre, resulting in statement-making interiors and an inspired way of living.
The white interiors with solid ash timber ceiling joists hark back to the rustic whitewashed bricks and sun-bleached timber floors of the owner’s beloved childhood home in Southern France.
The design team from IN-EXPAT have transformed the typical layout of this 1,012 sqft HDB BTO flat to create spaces that fit the lifestyles of the two young professionals living here.