Three-d Conceptwerke takes the route of organic finishes and raw textures with this 25-year-old apartment.
9 May 2012
Weary (and wary) of glossy showroom-type interiors, Anthony Seah wanted a home that reflects a more down-to-earth way of living; one that finds its roots in organic textures and raw finishes.
When he and his family decided to renovate their three- plus-one bedroom apartment at Poh Heng Court, the best firm for the job seemed to be Three-D Conceptwerke, considering its penchant for interiors that eschew the overdone and overdesigned.
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