It’s here folks. Lookbox Annual 2020 hits newsstands with 272-pages of exciting interior design firms, awesome design ideas and inspiration for the home.
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.
PI Architects transformed an old condominium into an expansive home with generous volumes and seamless planes, ideal for uncluttered and mindful living.
A curated collection of art pieces is showcased in good light in this condo brimming with traditional design inspiration.
Archive Design applies a palette of light hues to ‘enlarge’ the apartment while ensuring all the owners’ storage needs are met.
Here are the remarkable homes in Singapore that have made it to the LBDA 2019 Shortlist! See which ones will bag the coveted gold at our Gala Night on Thursday 5 December.
Exuding quiet elegance with natural design elements of wood, stone and indoor plants, this dual-key executive condo unit by I.D.I.D is the epitome of nature-inspired luxury.
Metier Planner gives this home a comfortable ambience with timeless design features.
This eclectic apartment is a colourful melange of design elements, with generous and comfortable spaces for family living.
Tailored as a private enclave in the heart of the city, this apartment seeks to achieve a sense of understated opulence through a luxurious mix of textures and materials.
An 800sqft condominium apartment with high ceilings is meticulously metamorphosed into a spacious dwelling for two.
From HDB flats to private apartments and landed properties, here are 10 impressive homes to steal ideas for your own.
Luxe living takes over this petite apartment that features a clean-lined yet highly sophisticated design language. With well-planned design measures by Nest Spatial Design, the homeowners are sure to live large even in this small space.
The new Lookbox Annual 2019 features 232 pages of incredible interiors, products and reno ideas, including the 30 Singapore interior design firms you should know. Here are all the reasons why you should get yourself a copy.
With just 258sqft to work with, architect Brad Swartz has turned this Sydney apartment into a flexible and highly liveable home.
A resale apartment with four bedrooms and a balcony, this home offers plenty of space to work with. Fatema Design Studio overhauled the home to create well-defined spaces while keeping the layout open.
Designed by some of Singapore’s top interior designers, these stylish homes inspire rest and rejuvenation.
See which homes from before the 1980s have been shortlisted by our judges as having undergone the most inspiring old home conversion.
See the five stylish entertaining spaces in Singapore homes that are in the running to take home the LBDA 2018 title of Best Space for Entertaining.
See the seven private apartment projects in Singapore that are in the running to take home the LBDA 2018 title of Outstanding Private Apartment.
This 377sqft one-bedroom apartment with home office demonstrates how to live well with less.
Warm lighting and neutral hues make this a chic yet cosy apartment to live and entertain in.
This Tanjong Rhu apartment has a reconfigured layout that now caters to the homeowners lifestyle needs and allows them to fully indulge in their hobbies.
Located in Simprug, Jakarta, this modern apartment sports a trendy mix of decor styles and furnishings.