From HDB flats to private apartments and landed properties, here are 10 impressive homes to steal ideas for your own.
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Previously old and outdated, this decade-old semi-detached house now has an improved spatial layout and styling.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.
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ONG&ONG’s latest residential project in Singapore’s Fraser Hill estate places materials in their natural state amidst a curated nature.
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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.
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.
Customised furniture and clever design ideas create discreet yet beautiful multifunctional spaces in this Taipei home.
Ultimate Interior Creation explores dark hues and a variety of materials in this landed property.
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In this house, the restraint in palette allows for a gracious – almost meditative – space, showing how attention to the interaction of tone, texture and forms can create simply stylish interiors.
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 house in Melbourne is inspired by the city’s cafe scene and has a bright and friendly neighbourhood vibe, with colourful, communal spaces for entertaining friends and family.