Designed for a Japanese and Singaporean couple, the space was designed to embody their lifestyle with natural materials, textures and light wood being the main focus of this apartment.
Upon entering the apartment, light timber strips contrasting with the black wooden panel were introduced as the feature wall panel in the Foyer. The contrasting element creates depth and texture that serves as a prelude for guests upon entering the apartment.
Minimalism with Tactility
Anchorvale Crescent, Singapore
Status: Completed 2022
Type: Residential Design, Public Housing
Photographer and Videographer: Colloc
In the Foyer/Dining space, a 3m island that integrates with the dining table becomes the main focus of the space. Using a combination of stone and dark wood textures, the island was designed as a conversational piece and for the owner to host gatherings.
The bedroom was designed with storage and calmness in mind while maintaining the tactility of natural materials. In order to achieve that, matching groove lines are added to the full-height wardrobe sliding panels to create a balance between both.
To unite the space, clean lines and a single wood tone for the bed frame, side table and wardrobe were used to unite the entire space together to achieve a space with minimal visual clutter.