Vievva Designers completed a stylish apartment in Singapore for a young couple drawn toward raw materials and finishes. The interior design is enriched by colorful additions and the owners’; collection of industrial artifacts.
“The process started by removing parts of the walls in the kitchen and a bedroom, creating a greater sense of space thereafter,” the designers explain. “The open kitchen now sports a casual dining nook and plenty of concealed storage.
“Blue Moroccan tiles add a nice dash of color on the walls. The original floor was overlaid with timber-grain tiles to bring some warmth into the monochromatic gray/black scheme.”
The living room captures attention thanks to a large cement wall that visually defines the interior. The customized display niches for the owners’; collection of art contribute to the unique identity of the apartment.
Sliding glass doors were installed to turn an existing bedroom into a study that also serves as a guest room. What do you find most captivating about this Singapore apartment? [Photos courtesy of Vievva Designers]
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