This apartment located at Bishan’s Natura Loft, Singapore. Interior Design by Stanley Tham and Jwen Sim of KNQ Associates. Main living room they use timber/ glass structure which provides partitioning and storage functions right next to the main entrance, effectively carving out a fully functional private study out of nowhere – perfect for the female owner, who often needs to attend overseas conference calls and work late.
Shoes are stored on the entrance side of the structure behind mirrored doors while the other side serves as a book cabinet.“
They designed living space into 2 separate spaces – the entertainment/ communication area and the dining hall. Making use of the owners’ furniture and collectibles from their previous home, the space displays a very personal trait since the owners picked out those pieces almost all by themselves. All it takes is a little curtailing of the numerous pieces on our end so that the house doesn’t turn into a furnishing store! The decor is decidedly eclectic, drawing from traverse cultures and design styles.
In the master bedroom, wall paneling fills one long wall, resulting in a sleek headboard feature. The TV sits on the opposite side of the bed. In the child’s bedroom, sleek furniture coupled with the bright contrasting tones make it feel fun and playful. The floating shelves and open storage are a great way to display favorite toys, yet there is still adequate closed storage to hide any clutter- the headboard comes fitted with a storage compartment behind it and is accessible from the top.”
Singapore is a beautiful city. Here you will get to see lots of beautiful things from good people to good house. We are showcasing you the interior of an apartment in Singapore. Interior design is developed by specialists from KNQ Associates.
Creativity is worth seeing. The apartment remains the most important features of a traditional style, clothing them in colour and texture, typical for the...