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6.Home: 5-room flat in YishunDesigner: Studio FortyFourFor the cross-cultural homeowners, an entrance that’s clearly set apart from the living spaces of the house was a traditional must-have. A second door with timber slats keeps the foyer/entrance separate, creates that decompression space between the outside world and home.Read more about this home
In Singapore, we can easily incorporate traditional Asian design elements into our interior schemes by pulling from Seoul, Bali and Tokyo.Check out this Korean-influenced HDB flat
Photos by Nieve PhotographyHouzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A couple and their two dogsLocation: YishunSize: 110 square metres (1,180 square feet)Project duration: 12 weeksDemarcating the main entryway from the living space was top of the couple’s must-have list. “It was a request from the female owner as it is her Korean family’s culture to have this demarcation,” says Png. The designers opted for a swing door with timber-like slats, which leaves just enough gaps to allow light and air pass through.
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At adskille indgangspartiet fra stuen stod øverst på parrets to-do-liste. “Det var et ønske fra den kvindelige ejers side, da det er en tradition i hendes koreanske familiekultur at have de to områder adskilt,” forklarer Vandra. Indretningarkitekterne løste opgaven med en svingdør af trælameller, der lige præcist nok plads til at lade lys og luft trænge uhindret igennem.