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Singapore Tatler Homes - - ARCHITOLOGY INTERIORS SPECIAL FEATURE -

These pan­els and screens work beau­ti­fully with the clean­cut in­te­rior. The client’s brief was for a min­i­mal­ist home that es­chews op­u­lence in ma­te­ri­als and de­sign fea­tures. Through­out the 5,700sqft home, there’s an em­pha­sis on sim­plic­ity. Against its white walls, mid-cen­tury mod­ern fur­ni­ture and ab­stract art­works pep­per liv­ing spa­ces. The look is con­sis­tent through­out the home with cladding on the walls and cab­i­netry in the kitchen in smoky hues. In the stair­case area, the dark fin­ishes of the open-riser stairs also con­trast against the white walls. A bed of stones on the ground level im­bues a sense of Zen calm­ness into the area. One of the strik­ing ar­chi­tec­tural fea­tures of this home is the triple-vol­ume space. The de­sign team des­ig­nated it as the din­ing area, where a round eight-seater ta­ble is po­si­tioned be­neath a clus­ter of over­sized lamps over­head.

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