Contemplative ryokan vibes and natural elements come together in this anything-but-ordinary HDB flat in Bedok.
This light-filled BTO flat nails all the spacious and cosy ideals of Scandi living. See how the designers at OVON did it.
AP Concept marries Japanese minimalism with rustic industrialism to create novel ways of living in this HDB flat.
This BTO flat is primed for working, relaxing, and entertaining thanks to its open-plan layout, clever space planning and thoughtful details devised by Aart Boxx Interior.
Thanks to interior design firm Artistroom, this HDB flat manages to showcase how minimalism can be an effective design look
An open concept and a flexible spatial layout allow the owners of this HDB flat to adjust the rooms of their home to meet their immediate needs quickly and easily.
To bring the homeowners’ love for cafes to life, Dots N Tots Interior established a multi-faceted material palette that exudes relaxed and rustic vibes.
Calm, simplicity and functionality characterise this five-room HDB flat that was designed to facilitate a Japanese way of living.
Reconfigured spaces in a modern palette of white, black and woodgrains transform this new 5-room flat into a home that suits the owners’ lifestyle.
The young owners of this 5-room BTO flat desired a home where they could relax, entertain and work, and the design team from D’ Initial Concept gave them exactly that.