Serangoon North
Serangoon North
StudioMyte
The homeowners of this HDB maisonette flat in Serangoon are an outgoing couple who wanted a home designed to be able to host large gatherings and cell groups comfortably. Hu Wen and Mei Ying designed an open plan combining the living, balcony, dining and open kitchen into a single contiguous space. A small yard was created at where the back of the wet kitchen used to be and, cleverly located behind the new open kitchen, it is where the couple is able to keep their unsightly laundry hidden away while entertaining guests. In this way, the social and service areas on the first storey are kept neatly separated, making it always ready for hosting! The homeowners are also passionate foodies! They love exploring new cafes and restaurants around our island, so the designers transformed their balcony into their very own "cafe"! A glass canopy, wooden trellis and fairy lights transform the space into a great spot for brunch during the day or romantic candlelight dinner at night. This project was done in collaboration with Bezelel's Craftsmen.
Serangoon North
Serangoon North
StudioMyte
The homeowners of this HDB maisonette flat in Serangoon are an outgoing couple who wanted a home designed to be able to host large gatherings and cell groups comfortably. Hu Wen and Mei Ying designed an open plan combining the living, balcony, dining and open kitchen into a single contiguous space. A small yard was created at where the back of the wet kitchen used to be and, cleverly located behind the new open kitchen, it is where the couple is able to keep their unsightly laundry hidden away while entertaining guests. In this way, the social and service areas on the first storey are kept neatly separated, making it always ready for hosting! The homeowners are also passionate foodies! They love exploring new cafes and restaurants around our island, so the designers transformed their balcony into their very own "cafe"! A glass canopy, wooden trellis and fairy lights transform the space into a great spot for brunch during the day or romantic candlelight dinner at night. This project was done in collaboration with Bezelel's Craftsmen.
Bedok Resevoir Road - Lista Concrete Table
Bedok Resevoir Road - Lista Concrete Table
Martlewood Pte Ltd
Lista Concrete Table 140cm x 80cm $599 Midwest Stool 41cm x 41cm $199
Asian design takes its cue from Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese and other Eastern cultures. Asian home decor often includes interiors with Zen-like spaces for relaxation, feng shui furniture arrangements, Asian-style bedding, lacquered boxes and silk chinoiserie wallpaper. Needless to say, this style varies greatly. A room could hint at an Eastern influence with a Buddha sculpture and prayer beads, or completely re-create the feel of a traditional Asian house. Asian furniture and accessories, such as tatami mats, futons, tansu-style cabinets and shoji screens create a Japanese aesthetic, while red lacquer, foo dogs and paper lanterns add Chinese style.
Singapore
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