Here are the seven beautiful houses in Singapore that are in the running for the title of Outstanding Landed Home at LBDA 2019.
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.
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Previously old and outdated, this decade-old semi-detached house now has an improved spatial layout and styling.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.
The homeowners’ affinity for earthy tones and modern design are executed to great effect by Design Zage in this terrace house. Glossy white surfaces are paired with woodgrain patterns to lend a contemporary but laidback look.
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.
Rescued from decay, this Victorian mansion in Melbourne, Australia blends its past with an elegant, new contemporary character.
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.
Malaysian architect Fabian Tan creates a fascinating family of spaces where inside and outside are brought together.
See how Gwen Tan and Berlin Lee embrace nature instead of shutting it out by way of an unconventional layout and remarkably open design.
Ultimate Interior Creation explores dark hues and a variety of materials in this landed property.
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The original brickwork of this Melbourne family home was retained to inject a sense of history in this now contemporary home.
Building on the homeowners’ vision of a ‘chic loft’, the interior designer made full use of the high ceilings to add a new room and even a glass bridge.
This contemporary minimalist house in icy Beijing has a nature-embracing design that makes use of passive heating, blends form and function, and eschews ornamentation.
This terrace house in Kuala Lumpur features a loft-inspired concept and open, airy interiors.