A New Ex­pres­sion

AR­CHI­TOL­OGY IN­TE­RI­ORS trans­forms an old house into a con­tem­po­rary abode re­plete with sub­tle touches of lux­ury

Singapore Tatler Homes - - ARCHITOLOGY INTERIORS SPECIAL FEATURE -

at­test that ever y space has its po­ten­tial. There’s no bar­rier to de­sign­ing an in­te­rior, but there are chal­lenges—and one can over­come these with a care­fully thought out strateg y. When Bu Shukun, the founder and de­sign di­rec­tor of Ar­chi­tolog y In­te­ri­ors, took on this project, he iden­ti­fied the ex­ist­ing house struc­ture as the main chal­lenge. “The house did not have a clear ex­pres­sion of ar­chi­tec­tural space. The ex­ist­ing ma­te­rial pal­ette was also dull and un­ex­cit­ing ,” he ex­plains. “Ar­chi­tolog y ’s role was to re-read the in­te­rior zones with the house ar­chi­tec­ture, to bring out its best rep­re­sen­ta­tion of a clearly ar tic­u­lated dwelling.”

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