Designer Stanley Tham of KNQ Associates accomplished the event of a minimalist condominium in Singapore. The residence proprietor needed a light-weight, modern inside which might additionally incorporate quirky finds he collected through the years. Since the condo is located on a excessive flooring overlooking the cityscape, the designers chosen a palette of gray-blue, white and browns to play off the marvelous views.
The dwelling and eating areas might look typical at a primary look, however the design introduces ‘unrefined’ supplies like cement screed and stone tiles and adopts a extra ‘informal’ strategy to the best way issues are organized or fastened. In its purest sense, a up to date fashion is often very polished, so by leaving elements of the home in a uncooked state and by additional introducing trendy supplies and furnishings, the look is way from medical, a stereotypical view many individuals have of minimalist areas. Natural supplies are a should, so timber in its purest type is featured extensively as properly.
Infusing every area with a person character, whereas sustaining a co-ordinated look has been achieved by means of a collection of delicate references. The mild in the classroom hangs freely (with hanging cables and all) and the excessive-gloss white end has been introduced into this room from the dwelling areas to tie up all the look. Even the identical blue wall paint has been decreased a number of shades down right here to cowl the partitions.
In the main bedroom, the unique open format has been reconfigured to incorporate a partition to raised segregate the area, avoiding the standard stroll-in-and-see-every little thing setting in new condominium models. Concealed area is a vital consideration for each residence, and this design right here takes care of this requirement, including further cabinetry for the whole lot from clothes to leisure set-ups. Linen-like wall masking in a deep shade add a contact of heat to the resting area. Photos and knowledge offered by way of e-mail by KNQ Associates