Nestled in the heart of Singapore, this apartment is a warm and welcoming sanctuary for a family of three. The homeowner, who frequently travels for work, deeply values home as a place to share quality time with his parents.
This public apartment in Singapore's heartland district faces the reservoir, offering tranquillity and showcasing the owners' character.
An avid collector's wine takes centre stage in this apartment, featuring his vast collection of unique alcoholic bottles, becoming the main feature of this three-bedroom apartment.
Designed as an open and visually connected space, this apartment was designed as a space to host gatherings while maintaining intimate conversations and privacy for the owners
Austere and calm, this apartment features a clean, intentional design that is pared back, but functional.
The marriage of a cool and dark palette set a harmonious atmosphere in this apartment.
The element of frame channels our attention to the continual interaction of light and space.
Minimalist living and lifestyle shift the focus from a loud and unique art pieces, furniture and styling to focusing on the user’s ritual and habits of living.
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.
The apartment strike a balance between luxury and comfort through the use of materials from two extreme ends.
A combination of clean lines and a light material palette was chosen for this apartment exudes the minimalistic design approach to this three-bedroom apartment.
As an unconventional approach to typical loft units, the implementation of levels breaks the scale of this loft unit while keeping the spaces functional.
The infiltration of light complements the light colour scheme to give off a spacious and welcoming space.
Luxury in this apartment is expressed through the use of understated, high-quality finishes throughout the interior, coupled with clean lines.
Well-defined spaces play a crucial in providing more functionality to a small living area because it helps to define the private and shared living spaces
Bold, rhythmic lines break and redefine the long and homogenous living area of this 2-Bedroom apartment to create a definition between the dining and living area.