The owners of this industrial-inspired, walk-up apartment at Stangee Place get to enjoy their own personal slice of paradise. Their cats also get to do the same!
Through thoughtful preservation and practical intervention, Shed Studio transformed a 1949 apartment into a liveable home fit for modern lifestyles while paying homage to the past.
A Tiong Bahru walk-up apartment is transformed into a spacious, timeless abode that has the perfect balance of old and new
This walk-up apartment has been dramatically altered while retaining elements of history to serve a family returning from overseas.
A freshly converted 1950s walk-up apartment becomes the perfect place to slow down, relax and enjoy life at home.
Following a significant renovation, this 1960s walk-up on Moulmein Road is now an airy and elegant home, perfect for life in the present day.
With artful strokes that bring in light and open up space, this old Tiong Bahru walk-up apartment is now someone’s dream home.
Now you see it, now you don’t! This walk-up apartment comes with a room that only ‘appears’ when needed.
The design team from three-d conceptwerke used unconventional housing materials such as concrete ventilation bricks and neon signage to adhere to the ‘modern industrial and steampunk man cave’ aesthetics.
Effortless style meets relaxed vibes in this tranquil walk-up apartment that’s home to SLOWHOUSE founder Bella Koh and her family.
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