In this home designed by Ethereall, the living room, dining room, kitchen and gym all sit in one large, free-flowing communal space.
This open-concept home designed by Carpenters takes on the Scandinavian aesthetic to great effect.
Here are the seven stunning homes in Singapore that are in the running for the title of Best Open-Plan Concept at LBDA 2019. Find out which will take home the top honours at the LBDA Gala Night on Thursday 5 December.
Joey Khu ID transforms a dark and uninspiring shophouse into a stunning space with optimal air ventilation and copious amounts of natural sunlight.
Calm, simplicity and functionality characterise this five-room HDB flat that was designed to facilitate a Japanese way of living.
With the rise of the open-concept trend, an interior designer, a design professor and a homeowner weigh in on the pros and cons of having walls in the home.
The homeowner’s passion for mid-century design is brought to life by Mikael Teh from Monocot Studio.
With all its boundary walls taken down, this one-bedder condominium unit now feels larger and brighter. The Meter Square designers also worked in an integrated storage system for the living area and kitchen to minimise clutter and maximise the wall space.
A unique design approach to this attic suite by UPSTAIRS_ results in a dwelling with creative space planning and clever storage solutions. Just like a hotel with thoughtful, well-designed amenities, this attic has been designed as a private sanctuary for two, within a landed property home.
Even with three kids and three cats in the picture, this modern industrial home by Mesh Werk Studio maintains its spotless and spacious appearance effortlessly.
Despite being plagued with a multitude of renovation challenges like structural columns and waterproofing problems, this resale unit has been completely transformed by D.D.I. The designers even managed to preserve some original elements of the home that fit the desired theme.
With a strong and masculine colour palette, and smart design details, this brand new condo apartment has been transformed into a comfortable and stylish space that a young family can be proud to call home.
With a gift for space planning, Lawrence Puah of Akihaus Design Studio completely transforms a three-bedroom apartment into a highly elegant space with all the creature comforts of home.
This 4-room resale HDB flat has been renovated to look like a New York loft, with practically no walls!
This contemporary semi-detached house features an open, airy feel and seamless indoor-outdoor connections, while being kid-friendly at the same time.
Having torn down most of the internal walls, the designers from UPSTAIRS_ played with height to subtly separate one area from another.
The design team from Home Journal took on the challenge of designing a 3-room HDB flat and proposed to give it an all-white interior with black accents that would accentuate the space.
Despite it’s petite 700-sqft floor size, this HDB flat looks like a condominium apartment
What do you do when you want your home to transcend design fads and trends? Design firm Urban Habitat’s response to such a request for this HDB maisonette in Hougang came in the form of a white canvas that is as refreshing as it is flexible.
This apartment at the Casa Merah condominium was designed to become a petite yet fully decked out home, complete with all the amenities and features a family would require.