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This is a HDB BTO 5-room project at blk 331B Anchorvale Harvest. We had encompass the mixture of Scandinavian and Industrial theme rolled into one. Scandinavian interiors emphasis on quality craftsmanship and on natural light. And incorporating rustic industrial elements and occasional touches of color. Wood...

Two themes dominate the environment here. In the first section, which includes the living room and the dining room, it is all about displaying the most beautiful and precious elements, expressing style and adding flair to the space. The color palette clearly shows the signs of...

We absolutely love how the kitchen is separated from every other room in the apartment with the use of glass. With the use of glass, the designer achieves two goals. It makes the kitchen looks both transparent, and spacious. In the same time, you are getting...

What you’ll notice first is that aside from the living room, no other room has straight lines in the structure of the walls. And there lies the trick for the eye and the challenge for the designer. Curved structures usually equal dead space, since most of...

One of the key elements of the modern industrial design is the material used. Gone are the days of steel and iron, as some more industrial like materials have taken their place. For example, bricks, wood, marble and some other materials that evoke that warehouse...