This condo apartment was revived and rejuvenated to meet the demands of modern times
15 July 2013
The modern classic look is achieved by taking classic shapes, designs and styles and updating them to fit into the modern context. Interior design firm Weiken.com approached this 3,400sqft condominium with customised carpentry work that were tailor-made for the homeowners.
The design includes a five-metre feature wall that stretches past the living and dining rooms. This wall houses custom-built, mounted, open shelves. To give the feature an added dose of style, the designers gave it a black frame and a narrow strip of cove lights. Just as eye-catching is the ceiling feature that caps the living quarters. Lightboxes are lined up in a rectangular shape, offering a modern design to the interior. Additional design elements contribute to the overall design philosophy, ranging from the panels on the TV feature wall to the printed wallpaper and even the spray-painted detailing on the walls and furniture.
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