The Orange Cube showroom at Arumugam Road demonstrates how design elements like diagonal lines and geometric patterns can make a space feel more contemporary
5 March 2014
When The Orange Cube moved into its new office cum showroom, the interior design company wanted to create a space that is edgy yet not too loud or vibrant. Design elements like diagonal lines and geometric patterns can be found throughout the rooms, creating visual focal points without taking up too much floor space. At the same time, the designer wanted to show homeowners that they can achieve a contemporary home without resorting to traditional colours, patterns or designs.
One of the things The Orange Cube wanted to showcase was how wood grains could be matched with neutral colours like grey and beige to bring warmth into the interiors without visually shrinking the space. The design firm also demonstrated how luxury materials and fixtures can bring a majestic vibe to the rooms.
A recurring theme in this showflat is the use of lines and geometric shapes. It’s most apparent in the bedroom, where an elongated honeycomb pattern rises above the bed.
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