AP Concept marries Japanese minimalism with rustic industrialism to create novel ways of living in this HDB flat.
End-Lot House in Kuala Lumpur uses the desirable location to its advantage while creating a private escape for the owners.
Ethereall combines a young couple’s love for Scandinavian design and dark colours, and the result is a chic and homely abode made edgy with industrial touches.
Ethereall designed a fun, safe and practical home for a couple to raise their toddler in.
With the help of the design team from Dots N Tots Interior, this HDB flat is now a playful home that’s packed with storage and display cases.
AP Concept used wire mesh, wood panels and black accents to create an industrial themed home that takes its inspiration from stylish boutique hotels.
The design team from three-d conceptwerke used unconventional housing materials such as concrete ventilation bricks and neon signage to adhere to the ‘modern industrial and steampunk man cave’ aesthetics.
Ethereall pulls out all the stops to give this industrial looking flat a large, open kitchen that’s fit for hosting and whipping up master-chef worthy treats.
Industrial, Peranakan and Moroccan elements unite in this eclectic BTO flat designed by Ethereall.
With striking display showcases and utilitarian industrial accents, Metier Planner pumps up the visual appeal of this liquor collectors’ home.
With a dark palette and industrial elements, this multigenerational family home has a bold personality.
This home takes an experimental and exploratory approach with the help of Lux Design.
The melange of wood, metal and concrete elements creates a cosy, industrial den that is replete with many creature comforts.
A new mezzanine level by the Prozfile design team makes the most of this pre-war apartment’s 6.5-metre ceiling.
To cater to the married couple’s differing preferences, the designers from Unimax Creative have created a harmonious combination of contemporary and industrial elements, and dark and light tones in their 4-room flat.
A spacious Annandale warehouse residence has a rich history of past inhabitants and uses, each of which has informed the space as it stands today.
The design team from Asialand has taken cues from the industrial style to construct a house that will adapt and grow with the needs of the middle-aged couple living here.
The office belonging to interior design firm Design Chapterz boasts a welcoming industrial style reminiscent of that in a trendy cafe.
A young married couple couldn’t decide on which interior design style to choose for their home, so Third Avenue Design gave them what they both wanted.
While keeping to sound designs might make more sense for a household with children, the owner of this condominium unit decided to take a chance with the industrial style
When building the dream home for this couple and their twin boys, Museum Homes came up with a design that will grow and evolve together with the family
This multi-generational home takes its design influence from Singapore’s rich cultural history with a dash of the industrial
This 5-room HDB flat takes reference from the laidback lifestyle of New York’s loft apartments in all their rustic and industrial glory
Design firm Meter Cube gave this apartment the right balance of industrial and modern elements
The owners of The Rocking Chair took charge of their home renovation and personally customised every furniture piece they could
Here in Singapore, living in a studio apartment comes with a slew of challenges. For example, how do you maintain the essential areas for everyday living without cramping the space?
Many homeowners are looking for a home that has a bit more texture and personality, and a brick wall brings those properties to the table, without taking up any valuable floor space
This bookrack with multiple storage shelves keep the modern homeowner in mind with a plethora of displays and storage needs
The couple who bought this HDB resale flat had a “crazy wish list” of interior design ideas that pairs Pop Art eclecticism with the stoic practicality of the Industrial look
This 990-sqft 4-room HDB is an industrial-influenced home that successfully juggles form and function
By contrasting ‘warm and cosy’ with ‘cold and hard’, this terrace house succeeds in creating interesting interiors that remain easy to maintain
Different textured surfaces play an important role in giving this 4-room HDB flat its unique character