Leaning into rugged finishes and sophisticated wood accents, this condo by Metaphor Studio stands out with its elevated chill vibes.
What are the most desired design features for condominiums in the years to come? GuocoLand sheds light with highlights from Lentor Modern.
AP Concept connects the two different styles in this condominium for a couple that desires the best of both worlds.
This next generation apartment is self-containing, with a balcony bar, and dedicated his and her workspaces.
Warm textures, clean lines and a minimalist palette define this home for a family of three.
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.
Vivre Creative Design merged two bedrooms into one, tackled the narrow footprint of the dining space, and created space for a walk-in wardrobe and additional storage for the owner’s toy collection within this modestly sized apartment.
Organised, dark and handsome, this residence has been tailored to fit the needs of an accomplished bachelor mostly, and his mum who comes to visit from time to time.
In this condominium apartment, Met Interior meshed different contemporary design looks to create something that is unique to its owner.
To emphasise this apartment’s understated yet luxe look, design firm I.D.I.D applied textures, lines and neutral colours to great effect.
Parenthesis plays with colour and material restraints to transform an apartment at Richmond Park into a weekend family retreat.
Perinelli Design delivers a stylish and sophisticated home with a playful touch that pays homage to the individuality of each family member.
This open-concept home designed by Carpenters takes on the Scandinavian aesthetic to great effect.
White terrazzo floors and bright pops of purple, yellow and blue make this modern abode by Linear Space Concepts a one-of-a-kind design.
Less begets more in this resale condo apartment designed by Obbio Concept, where restraint and simplicity lead the way to long-term living solutions.
This modern apartment by DSOD Interior takes inspiration from line patterns, using the simplest shapes and forms to create dynamic interiors.
A young couple resides in a condo with a loft where relevant, purposeful spaces allow them to relax, play, sleep or be entertained.
A curated collection of art pieces is showcased in good light in this condo brimming with traditional design inspiration.
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.
Fineline Design crafts a home filled with warm woodgrains for a cosy, luxe feel and plenty of unobtrusive storage solutions to accommodate the family’s growing needs.
A host of storage solutions keep things in perfect order for this family of three.
Free Space Intent capitalised on the double volume ceiling in this condo by crafting a study on the mezzanine and complemented it with a TV console that doubles as a feature wall.
Combining the sleekness of a black-and-white colour scheme with the warmth of woodgrain finishes, Couple Abode keeps the design of this condominium unit fresh through the years.
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.
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.
Cottage living takes on a modern appearance in this sun-kissed resale apartment with a spectacular ceiling detail.
A spacious 5-bedroom penthouse gets a modern and luxurious touch with plenty of functionality included.
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The combination of efficient storage spaces, beautiful surfaces and a disciplined adherence to the KonMari method of organisation culminates in a space that undoubtedly sparks joy in its inhabitants.
A mix of materials and textures provides this home with a vibrant resort atmosphere.
Living Gaia used gentle, curved lines and a light colour palette with woodgrain finishes to create a soothing and cosy atmosphere in this 3-bedroom apartment.
Home to a pair of newlyweds, this 3-bedroom condo unit shows that fun and practicality can go hand in hand.
Having torn down most of the internal walls, the designers from UPSTAIRS_ played with height to subtly separate one area from another.
A beautiful timber screen stretches from the foyer to the living and dining area and culminates at the master bedroom, binding the new and the existing as one.
Home to a married couple and their two children, this spacious condo apartment offers both practicality and comfort.