Originally engaged to select furniture and art pieces for a client’s future home, the brief for GOLDEN soon became much larger: How to bring the beach to the inner-city, and how to merge three apartments into one mega-penthouse?
The designers from Design by Fifteen have created a transformer apartment in Singapore, with moveable walls and flexible living spaces at its core.
With a small 316 square feet footprint, the Alto Residences still manage to pack in a lot of inspired ideas thanks to a considered design from Studio Adjective
Residents of Keraton Apartment in Jakarta bought the residence as a bare bones structure, before engaging Singapore’s Brewin Design Office for a full scope design.
Don’t be fooled by the simple, minimalistic nature of the Clovelly Apartment by James Garvan Architecture. The simplest things often belie design ingenuity and innovation.
Every aspect of the Grange Garden Apartment – down to the furniture – has been crafted by multidisciplinary designer Gabriel Tan to prioritise light, storage and the occupants’ way of living.
Completely reconfigured by Very Studio|Che Wang Architects, Sunny Apartment boasts free-flowing spaces and is characterised by its dome-shaped ceilings that create impressive sound fields.
Some architects choose to view site constraints such as size, orientation, rigid briefs and budgets as welcome challenges. Here are Habitus’ favourites from the year that was.
Inspired by historic elements of traditional Singaporean architectural vernacular, this apartment by Goy Architects feels right at home in the present century.
A bold reconfiguration in the layout of a generous 5-room apartment in Singapore by Nitton Architects completely transforms this flat into a family home.
The existing inner city architectural and community context has been the driver of the design of the Short Lane apartments by Woods Bagot.