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FIRST INTERIOR DESIGN

The Private Dining Area and Dry Kitchen are preferred. Each space is given careful thought to their functions and the appropriate colours and materials are applied to bring about the perfect ambience and opulence. Like story-telling, we practise such methodology in both generating the design and selling the idea to the client. The ceiling feature leads one towards either up the stairs or towards the main living space where the gathering spaces are. Lightly balanced with full height feature on one wall and leaving the others filled with soft curtain furnishing. The tone chosen is a balance of cozy dark grey with a comfy and soothing wood grain.

DESIGN WONT SAVE THE WORLD,
BUT IT DAMN SURE MAKES IT LOOK GOOD

MARCUS LOU

A family home does not have to be typical at all. Modern, sleek and edgy; one would think this is a house for a newly wed. As the name suggests, the tone of the house is set (pun intended) showing how today's modern family home interior can be done. Upon entering, visitors and friends can take a moment to witness and notice the sophistication and taste implemented through the design into the what could have been; very normal interior built-ins.

1. CRAFT GUILD

The experience begins immediately when one realizes the main entry point has been relocated to the side and a welcoming path leads to the foyer entrance. The Dry Kitchen has been designed to look exceptionally large in scale, creating a backdrop for the entire Ground Floor.

2. THE ENCHANTED

The bedroom and walk-in wardrobe are given delicate finishes and ample of natural sunlight penetration points. The materials chosen further illustrates the owner's appreciation for tasteful designs and carefully detailed profiles.

3. MATTE IS BACK

More of a downsizing project, our couple-client wanted a new home that is comparatively smaller than their previous home, easy to maintain, sleek and modern. The other important requirement is that no curtain will be used, hence the resort-like adjustable shutter louvre doors.

THE EDGE

These are also intentionally proposed to be able to block out the rays from the setting sun beyond the golf course that the unit faces. Given the height of the ceiling at the Living Area, we went with a carefully selected grey marble in honed finish with bevel edges at the joints to give depth.

BREAK OF DAWN

The arch mirrors are designed to show reflections in a posh grey tone whilst hiding the columns. The kitchen is beautifully designed to look as if it's slotted perfectly into that cul-de-sac space. The choice of one wall being empty of cabinets and replaced with a mirror in grey tone lifts the kitchen's classiness.

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