Right Angle Studio’s consistent use of light oak and grey tiles, paired with pockets of smoked mirrors establish a harmonised and composed HDB home.
Industrial, Peranakan and Moroccan elements unite in this eclectic BTO flat designed by Ethereall.
MET Interior designs a spacious and airy home for a young couple to enjoy their personal pursuits.
A home for a creative couple gets a facelift with an unexpected spin on a modern Japanese style.
Bold colours and funky patterns give this home a vibrant and youthful feel, and perfectly reflect the owners’ personalities.
The Victorian aesthetic is given a fresh, modern update in this monochrome HDB flat by D’ Initial Concept.
Designer Joey Khu’s new home is staged for quiet evenings in – and a hoard of design objects.
Glenn Loh of D5 Studio Image embarks on the most significant project of his career – designing his own home.
With striking display showcases and utilitarian industrial accents, Metier Planner pumps up the visual appeal of this liquor collectors’ home.
Walls have been taken down where necessary to facilitate an improved flow of spaces for a young couple who reside in this minimalist flat.
D5 Studio Image works with the unique interior architecture of this HDB flat instead of against it to create a dynamic living space for its inhabitants.
In this 4-room HDB flat, the designers from Metier Planner came up with a concept that works for the family of three.
Despite its dusky blue walls and dark wood floors, this industrial chic flat by Carpenters still looks light and expansive.
A raised platform that hides a mattress is just one of the clever design solutions employed in this residence to maximise the efficient use of space.
This HDB flat gets reworked by Design 4 Space and now presents lots of open spaces and a homely Nordic design aesthetic.
From regular to radical-looking, this HDB flat designed by Fatema Design Studio is characterised by elaborate patterns and textures inspired by the diverse Moorish culture.
This four-room HDB flat looks and feel supersized thanks to open, connected spaces and a streamlined design scheme by Nest Spatial Design.
The design concept of this apartment evolved from modern industrial to include luxurious touches and smart space planning.
This 990-sqft 4-room HDB is an industrial-influenced home that successfully juggles form and function
The idea behind the home is to look almost like an art gallery, with open display shelves and a constantly changing roster of decor and design