Light timber, gold accents and thoughtful design elements give this apartment by Parenthesis its natural charm.
WAFF shows how with smart design solutions, a comfortable and pragmatic home can still be created out of a small footprint.
Once a cookie-cutter apartment, it has been completely reimagined as a stylish home with the help of SPIRE.
Conceived by Vivre Creative Design, the interiors are guided by the principles of feng shui, and the homeowners’ desire for closed and open storage to display their prized possessions.
Aart Boxx Interior tackled a tight, rectilinear layout of a bachelor pad by repurposing rooms, as well as employing lots of mirrors and streamlined furnishings.
Clean lines, modern furniture and creative elements come together in this home designed by Obbio Concept.
Linear Space Concepts used a combination of custom-carpentry, designer furniture and a myriad of colours, patterns and textures to give this apartment its playful charm.
To emphasise this apartment’s understated yet luxe look, design firm I.D.I.D applied textures, lines and neutral colours to great effect.
Interior design firm Hall used the colour blue to effectively create a sense of flow and connectivity from room to room in the renovation of this stylish condominium apartment.
A home for a semi-retired couple incorporates lighting and materiality to deliver a warm and refined look throughout.
Despite its limited floor space, this abode doesn’t shy away from using bold finishes and upscale design elements to achieve a look of luxury.
Less begets more in this resale condo apartment designed by Obbio Concept, where restraint and simplicity lead the way to long-term living solutions.
Free Space Intent designs an apartment in the Trilight by balancing order and chaos; where shades of muted tones meet dramatic patterns in a curated manner.
Appealing textures and trimmings by AP Concept conjure an elegant escape for the homeowners to luxuriate in.
See how MET Interior turns a drab and compact space into an open and inviting home.
IN-EXPAT X UPSTAIRS_ have designed a monochromatic industrial loft apartment filled with tons of personality for a couple who love the unconventional.
This Balinese-inspired family home by Third Avenue Studio strikes a clever balance between form and function.
Artistroom removed existing walls, and had glass walls and doors put in place to improve light and air circulation throughout this apartment.
The Peranakan style, with its blend of Chinese and Malay influences, carries a distinct allure that has stood the test of time. With this apartment, Linear Space Concepts has combined traditional Peranakan elements with new ideas to create a gorgeous home that stands out from the rest.
In this home, an unused attic space was gutted, refitted and transformed into a sprawling man cave and entertainment space, resulting in a statement-making loft apartment.
Rhiss Interior have gone above and beyond to transform this 893 sqft apartment into a well-planned living space with enough room for everyone.