This three-bedroom apartment plays on the elements of concrete, stone, wood and stainless steel to achieve an intimate hideaway for one.
Rather than being tucked away, this warm and cheery kitchen is the pride of the home and made for cooking, living and connecting.
With a little design ingenuity, a tiny HDB flat is now a high-functioning home for ‘live and work’.
Every nook and cranny in this Kuala Lumpur apartment has been lovingly reworked by Empt Studio to be functional, beautiful and reflective of the owners’ personalities.
Who says you need four walls in a home office? In an unconventional move, this apartment takes it out onto the patio.
In this HDB flat designed by Ethereall, the rustic charm of farmhouse living and all manner of modern creature comforts can be enjoyed to the full.
Aart Boxx Interior turned a restrictive HDB typology into a voluminous flat that capitalises on the luxury of space without compromising on aesthetics.
From ordinary to upscale, Third Avenue Studio plays on striking geometry, angles and a monochromatic colour scheme to create a sophisticated looking HDB flat one won’t soon forget.
Following a fresh makeover by Vivre Creative Design, a once drab-looking flat is now a cosy, cosmopolitan haven.
Dive into a family-purposed terrace house designed for different work and play scenarios.
Home to a Singaporean and a Swede, this condo apartment combines great, functional spaces with a refined Scandi aesthetic.
The open-concept kitchen needs to be good-looking – after all, everyone’s going to see it! Here are six great designs to inspire your own home renovation project.
With most of the walls removed, this Scandi-themed HDB flat designed by Archive Design is now a tranquil and light-filled space where a young married couple can enjoy entertaining on a regular basis.