Metier Planner employs unconventional design manoeuvres to boost the impression of space and livability in this 721sqft flat.
Eye-catching stone, Islamic motifs and a keen eye for detailing instil a sense of quiet luxury and homely, hospitality-like comfort in this HDB flat.
Joey Khu ID balances the use of darker hues in this compact unit with mirrors, seamless design features and sleek lines to maintain a spacious feel.
Exacting details and finishes channel the idea for this swanky bachelor pad where the function is not an afterthought.
From a mini walk-in wardrobe to an innovative pull-out table, this 740sqft flat gets a major boost in functionality and space with multiple clever design solutions by AP Concept.
Archive Design applies a palette of light hues to ‘enlarge’ the apartment while ensuring all the owners’ storage needs are met.
Who says small can’t be beautiful? AMP Design Co. proves that style and function can be had even in a 700sqft apartment.
Ushering warmth and visual depth, dark colours are the order of day in this bachelor pad by Fineline Design.
The home of OuterEdit co-founders is a manifestation of a harmonious fusion of individual ways, ideas and concepts.
See how Home for Life maximised this small condo, and incorporated the homeowners personalities and requirements to suit their lifestyle.
With just 258sqft to work with, architect Brad Swartz has turned this Sydney apartment into a flexible and highly liveable home.
Versaform injects colour and geometry to this new condominium to create the illusion of a bigger space and taller ceilings.
Whiting Architects delivers a stylish design that belies the constraints of a small site in Melbourne, Australia.
It may only have one bedroom, but this small environmentally friendly home by Whispering Smith is turning heads for all the right reasons.
A flat in Hong Kong has seen a drastic evolution – or indeed revolution – changing into a mixed use living and working space. It takes inspiration from the spatial design of communal village spaces. After all, as they say sometimes, it takes a village…