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Free Space Intent
NS Chan Studio
A retrofit to an existing semi-detached bungalow that strives to bring tranquillity to the living space with humble blends of materials and textures. The interior concept is to bring out luxurious and executive vibe while keeping the palette light and making the space generous and uncluttered. Each bedroom and bathroom is designed to match individual’s character and lifestyle needs. They are resting sanctuaries for one to indulge and relax; to immerse into one’s comfort, or to reflect and meditate. Master bedroom and bathroom reflect the executive lifestyle of the harmonious couple, while the daughter’s take on a playful vibe to mirror her skilful ballet movements. The dining area is also one of the anchoring spaces for the family of 3 generations. It is a communal space to eat and communicate, and to reflect and contemplate. The use of rich timber colour is complemented by light creams and gold finishes, which is then elevated with the play of lighting. A tranquil environment is important for the mind, which provides a meditative and sensory experience for the daily well-being. Each day is greeted by the rippling sound of water that resonates with the dancing light and shadows strummed against the texture of interior surfaces. The flapping of curtains is accompanied by the sound of gentle breeze and foliage, which breaks the barrier between interior and exterior space. These elements play their part in the symphony of a typical afternoon for anyone in the house. A big thank you to the wonderful owners for trusting and believing in the design team.
Sublime Single Vanity at KAP-House in Singapore. Designed by ONG&ONG Designed by ONG&ONG and IP:LI Architects Developed by Vista Realty Photography by Caleb Ming from Surround Studio
G. Christianson Construction, Inc.
Dark stone, custom cherry cabinetry, misty forest wallpaper, and a luxurious soaker tub mix together to create this spectacular primary bathroom. These returning clients came to us with a vision to transform their builder-grade bathroom into a showpiece, inspired in part by the Japanese garden and forest surrounding their home. Our designer, Anna, incorporated several accessibility-friendly features into the bathroom design; a zero-clearance shower entrance, a tiled shower bench, stylish grab bars, and a wide ledge for transitioning into the soaking tub. Our master cabinet maker and finish carpenters collaborated to create the handmade tapered legs of the cherry cabinets, a custom mirror frame, and new wood trim.
Photo Credit: Tiffany Ringwald GC: Ekren Construction
Signature Designs Kitchen | Bath | Interiors
We reconfigured the space, moving the door to the toilet room behind the vanity which offered more storage at the vanity area and gave the toilet room more privacy. If the linen towers each vanity sink has their own pullout hamper for dirty laundry. Its bright but the dramatic green tile offers a rich element to the room