Modern Apartment Design in Singapore


Size does matter when you have a good interior design and a lot of things collected throughout the years which you want to showcase in a way that also puts the rest of the home in a good light. This is true for this apartment in Singapore that blends a minimalist design with impressive high-rise city views in order to reflect the unique personality of the owner. Stone tiles, exposed cement screed or the use of timber makes the contemporary approach feel not that over-polished, like you may find in other residential projects. The open living and dining area shows this the most. The grey-blue, white and brown colors used will add a touch of warmth and coziness to the whole design.


The decor was carefully constructed in order to subtly expose the personality and hobbies of the inhabitant. Stanley Tham from KNQ Associates even designed a glass case cabinet for classic action figures, exactly like you would with trophies. The touch of technology is present in the office in particular and the bedrooms as well. The master suite has an interesting feature worth mentioning: the space was redesigned in such a way to conceal any unnecessary things for the viewer to see (like cables or clothes) behind smooth and sharp-lined cabinetry. A lot and various types of light spots were installed to add diversity into the minimalist design, bouncing every shinny surface. The way everything was chosen and placed in this apartment is a true commitment to combining the desires of a client into a workable and beautiful interior design.








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