Here lives a bubbly couple who like the idea of wanting a huge space where they could cook openly, entertain and at the same time host a large number of guests. In this floorplan, the team explored the ideal of spaciousness by combining different elements of living applications into the space, as well as accommodating large furniture dimensions that would entertain their guests.
Additional textures like wooden flooring and huge white tiles were added to create contrast and subtle segregation of space. Light wood tone island cabinet anchors at the center of the living area, which inturns create more storage space for the kitchen, at the same time dividing the entertainment area.
Understanding our clients’ needs encourage us to create different kinds of living applications needed to be applied into this apartment. The study area, entertainment corner, even a kitchen and dining area were all formed up in this living room area.
Into the monochromatic Master toilet, black and white Peranakan pattern tiles were added due to the owners’ heritage, where a long wardrobe was also incorporated within the space as well.
When the large family decided to shift into this Harbour View Towers apartment, they had a few items on their design wishlist. They wanted ample storage space to contain all the years of memories from their old house, as well as areas and room space to entertain when they have friends and family over. And most importantly, a fresh and modern interior that they wouldn’t tire of. In this project, we explored different strategies of creating storages into segments. At the same time, creating ample space for the home owners to house their guests.
The apartment works with a strict material palette that includes light timber and touches of beige, and white. Humongous square tiles on the floor gave larger sense of spaciousness. Wooden panel trimmings on the ceiling creates depth and texture which encourages character to the space.
Earthly colours continue in all bedrooms; where natural wooden ceramic tiles were laid, to complement the large wooden and white cabinetry. The subtle colours enable the large lengthy cabinets to blend in with the environment, creating a clean interior canvas for the home owners to dress up the space with their accessories.
Knowing the client’s need for storage, proportional planning were needed that a walk-in wardrobe, built-in dresser, area for a tv, bedframe and additional essential storages were all properly segregated to allow interactive spaces in-between to access their daily needs.
This apartment at Landbay Condo is a clear example of its beautiful furniture standing out due to its muted palette and controlled aesthetic. The home was designed as a soothing sanctuary for its owners whose brief was a simple one: decorating stylish furniture in a clean cut interior space. To this end, the team worked towards creating an interior that does away with extraneous details in each space.
While clean walls and storages guide the design intent, where the design team also incorporated dark-stain parquet flooring which harmonises the stylish furniture throughout the apartment.
The previous 4-bedder apartment was morphed into a compact apartment, where storages planned in this space were mainly concealed and ample. To ensure that the apartment didn't look too heavy on the floorplan, storages created were mainly kept streamline and clean cut to encourage space flow.
In this apartment, we give the floors a cement screed finish. This provides a direct stark contrast against the white walls and cabinetry. Storage units were built to complement the TV wall while track lights keep the room well illuminated. To lend continuous spacious feel, everything was kept streamlined and spare, including the minimal furniture additions.
Neatly tucked lengthy kitchen cabinetry were done up in turquoise colour with added storages at the upper cabinets, in return adds a little subtle funky statement to the interior space. Categories of storages were properly planned as well to prevent future messiness.
Bits of bright colours and clean lines continue into the Master Bedroom with the grey-like brick walls, accentuate the interior spaces as well as the grid lines in the interior environment alludes the clean look of the apartment.
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