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.
Here are the seven beautiful houses in Singapore that are in the running for the title of Outstanding Landed Home at LBDA 2019.
Wincy Tang of Rhiss Interior has given her repeat clients a home with beautiful textured walls, effectively setting it apart from the other units in the cluster housing estate.
This four-bedder landed house in Singapore looks like it’s been transported from England.
With a rich palette of natural patterns and earthy colours, Dots N Tots Interior has given this home a look that will stand the test of time.
Linear Space Concepts turns a dated looking and spatially inefficient residence into a contemporary family home for five.
A terraced house in the Katong area enjoys influences from Singapore’s Peranakan and colonial heritage, befitting the owners’ mixed backgrounds.
Previously old and outdated, this decade-old semi-detached house now has an improved spatial layout and styling. Wynn Neo of I.D.I.D employed a contemporary palette of warm neutrals and classic embellishments to good effect.
This beautiful family home by SPIRE comes with a statement kitchen, a gym and and even a leisure room.
The team of builders and designers from Sunpeak Construction worked closely with Tai Architects to build a modern bungalow that fulfils Mr. Ng KS and his family’s needs.
ONG&ONG’s latest residential project in Singapore’s Fraser Hill estate places materials in their natural state amidst a curated nature.
See the stunning interiors of this Hong Kong villa that expounds a poetic quality designed by VERB + PARA.
Sustainability is more than just an environmental issue and this house in Vietnam shows how a home can be sustainable in more ways than one.
Clever space configuration and textural interest bring about an engaging aesthetic for this expansive family dwelling designed by M Atelier.
Situated among rice fields and home to nature-loving residents, the tranquil location and the down-to-earth nature of agriculture is the inspiration for the design of this Taiwanese house.
See how Gwen Tan and Berlin Lee embrace nature instead of shutting it out by way of an unconventional layout and remarkably open design.
Customised furniture and clever design ideas create discreet yet beautiful multifunctional spaces in this Taipei home.
See the six landed properties in Singapore that are in the running to win the LBDA 2018 title of Outstanding Landed Home.
In Australia, Philip Stejskal Architecture designs a house for a fly-in-fly-out worker to always feel at home.
The designers from The Interior Place worked interesting finishes and features into a modern-contemporary scheme, resulting in a luxurious family home with visual surprises throughout.
Two years living in a residence last updated decades ago, and it was high time the clients of this residence in Prahran, Melbourne, reached out to Pipkorn & Kilpatrick for an update.
The dream of living in a spacious family home comes to fruition in this shophouse inspired property at Medway Drive, where an internal courtyard takes centrestage.
Matilda House by Templeton is intimately tied to place, sunk deep into the Australian bushland of the client’s childhood.
At the hands of HYLA Architects and in the words of Yvonne Xu, Siglap Plain in Singapore’s east stands out as a beautiful construct that balances the need for connection and privacy.
D’ Initial Concept designed a modern family home in calming, neutral hues that spell luxury.
This inter-terrace house in Singapore by Hyla Architects finds a balance between porosity and privacy.
The homeowners’ fondness of wood is translated into their multi-generational home’s modern oriental design by Json Er of Design of Schatz. Used for both functional and decorative purposes, the presence of wood bestows warmth and grandeur to highlight a luxurious style.
A semi-detached house in Singapore by HYLA Architects offers a rich experience through a series of cascading courtyards.