Tour the 600-square-foot bedroom of MONOCOT founder Mikael Teh. It’s a self-contained ‘studio apartment’ set within a semi-detached house.
7 December 2021
Text by Janice Seow
Mikael Teh’s bedroom is so much more than a place to rest – it’s a self-contained ‘studio apartment’ with its own living room, pantry and workspace.
The architectural designer and founder of MONOCOT has turned the 600-square-foot master bedroom in his family’s 30-year-old semi-d into his personal sanctuary, and it’s even made for entertaining friends.
In this video, he shares more about the way he has designed his personal sanctuary, and his love for art and Danish furniture.
Stay tuned for the video home tour, and more on the story
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