Through a sleek interplay of modern neutrals and clean lines, OVON created a spacious L-shaped kitchen for a family who loves to entertain.
Poetically named the ‘House of Wind’, this terrace house by Chalk Architects embraces light and nature within living spaces.
The concept of beauty in imperfection is retold with raw and aged touches within a modern apartment.
Bespoke features designed by d’Phenomenal transform this formerly nondescript DBSS flat into a forever home.
An architect upends traditional notions of an HDB flat in his own bachelor pad, which responds to a post-pandemic world.
Find out how one designer redesigns the corridor in his four-room flat and carves out novel ways for living and working.
With the help of interior design studio arche°, a plant-loving couple built their own ‘outdoor garden’ right in the middle of their flat.
Dramatic spatial reconfiguration meets the simplicity of modern luxury in this bachelor pad designed for relaxation and entertainment.
This small resale flat in Pasir Ris has been custom made with nifty features that can slide out or be moved depending on the occasion.
This three-bedroom apartment plays on the elements of concrete, stone, wood and stainless steel to achieve an intimate hideaway for one.
Clever design solutions bring out the potential of this awkwardly shaped apartment, and maximises the occupants’ enjoyment of the view outside.
D5 Studio Image has transformed this Woodlands flat into a home that’s perfect for relaxation, movie nights and entertaining.
In an unusual move, the main staircase in this open-plan Malaysian residence has been made a feature in its own right.
Through a series of clever design interventions, this penthouse designed by Metaphor Studio is now an elegant and comfortable dwelling that a family of five can call their own.
Aart Boxx Interior turned a restrictive HDB typology into a voluminous flat that capitalises on the luxury of space without compromising on aesthetics.
Following a most daring spatial transformation, this resale flat now features a ‘green corridor’ and calm, light-filled spaces that a couple and their pet rabbits can enjoy to the fullest.
Now you see it, now you don’t! This walk-up apartment comes with a room that only ‘appears’ when needed.
Third Avenue Studio gives one young couple a welcoming home brimming with personality.
A couple with kids have sought the help of Hall to design a home that encourages bonding.
Right Angle Studio’s consistent use of light oak and grey tiles, paired with pockets of smoked mirrors establish a harmonised and composed HDB home.
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.
With soft archways and Caribbean blue accents, Dots N Tots Interior turns this four-roomer into a spacious, airy and welcoming home.
IN-EXPAT X UPSTAIRS_ have designed a monochromatic industrial loft apartment filled with tons of personality for a couple who love the unconventional.
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.
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.
Get inspired to embrace one of interior decor’s coolest trends.