A bold fusion of European flair and Oriental flourish defines this one-of-a-kind apartment by Whites D’zigno.
17 July 2012
With many going the modern way of sleek lines and smooth planes, it is refreshing when one comes across a home owner who prefers something more traditional for his home. Such was the route a family of five decided on for their new home when they migrated from Hong Kong to Singapore.
The head of the household wanted something that reflected his strong affinity for the traditional Chinese aesthetic, but also wanted to add a few European elements to the mix for a bit of the unexpected. This he did, with Angela Cher of Whites D’zigno helming the project.
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