An iconic designer of our time, the visionary Karim Rashid has been revolutionizing the design industry with his unique (almost futuristic) vision and ideas. With more than 4000 designs in production, over 300 awards to his name, Karim’s ability to transcend typology continues to make him a force among designers of his generation.
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Interior designing your living spaces is made easy and enjoyable at Goodrich’s new gallery. At the gallery, customers can immerse, touch, feel, and experience an exclusive curation of interior furnishing materials from wallpaper, fabrics, carpets and vinyl flooring for their aesthetic values.
The bathroom is a place to totally disconnect, relax and indulge. These modern bathroom ideas showcase some seriously gorgeous designs for your master bathroom. From contemporary walk-in shower room ideas to chic bathroom lighting and luxurious freestanding baths, these havens all have one thing in common: a perfect combination of style and function. With luxurious materials, bespoke detailing, striking lighting and a generous dose of brass and marble, let these statement bathrooms lead your redesign.
The 5th Singapore Interior Design Awards (SIDA) 2021 is now open to all interior design talents. SIDA 2021 is a prestigious design award organised by The Society of Interior Designers Singapore SIDS since 2016 that is opened for Singapore and international entries. This award aims to elevate the standards and profiles of interior designers regionally and around the globe. Grab this opportunity to show the world your creative works.
Dreaming of a kitchen island? Don’t let the size of your kitchen faze you. Dreamy and functional, kitchen islands are the real stars and focal points of the home. From cooking prep to casual dining to storage, these workhorses do it all. Whether you dream of creating a spot for homework, gourmet meals, or morning coffee, a practical and beautiful island will be the most used area in the house.
Living life with a virus in the midst requires much creative thinking. In the wake of a pandemic, the homefront is as fundamental to our health and well-being as nutrition and exercise. Interiors innovate, evolve, adapt and improve after a global crisis. Today, the fundamental purpose of design is no longer to reflect the zeitgeist, but to respond to it with solutions to the spiralling expectations of the everyday. Moving forward, discomfort begets the new comfort. Be braver, bolder and create your own interiors narrative. Understand that the best homes are about the feeling they give you and not the stuff they contain, the trending colours or looks.
The Society of Interior Designers Singapore announced its move to launch an Interior Design Accreditation Programme by 2021 at its 4th Singapore Interior Design Awards (SIDA) on December 3. The event held at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre saw a guest turnout list of 250 people in the interior design industry in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. Stringent safety measures were put in place and guests were not allowed to mingle.
The living room is the first space one sees upon entering a residence. It is also a glimpse into the personality of its occupants. From a nature-inspired apartment to an all-white house, these beautiful living room ideas will make you want to create a statement design and refresh your space.
This year marks the 130-year anniversary since renowned artist Vincent Van Gogh created some of his most famous works. In celebration of his paintings, BN Walls have released an exclusive range of wallpaper murals to allow people to experience the classic paintings in their home on a grander scale. Van Gogh’s lighter, brighter and looser painting style that led him to become famous for its bright colour contrasts and expressionist style of painting.
Deciphering the winds of change is a tricky business. Of course, one of the most stylish ways to spruce up your space is by embracing some of the design world’s hottest trends. To kickstart some inspiration, Jean Leong, Head of Marketing at Goodrich Global shares which trends will make it big this year.
As the world population continues to urbanize, humans seek to improve on our well-being and expedite healing. Interior design begins with human experience. Given how quickly an experience of nature can elicit a restorative response, design that reconnects us with nature – biophilic design – is a conscious effort to link the built environment to the natural world, through various sensory experiences including sight, sound, touch, and smell.
The annual Singapore Archifest 2020 virtual edition is organised by the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) will be rolling out varied online and offline programmes that range from decentralized pop-up experiences that reimagine the way we live, to virtual exhibitions, forums, film screenings, workshops and an immersive virtual Pavilion that pushes the frontier of sustainable design − all to celebrate architecture and the built environment.
Move over, paints. When it comes to making a big and bold flat-surface treatment, wallcoverings are the quickest and most transformative way to initiate a major change. What’s more, wallcoverings are key in achieving that boutique hotel ambience at home – they instantly make a room feel cosier and luxurious in a way that paint just doesn’t.
The Great Room at The Raffles Hotel Singapore provides a beautifully-designed response to meet the growing demand for flexible and upscale working space. Designed by Hassell Studio, The Great Room occupies 15,000 square feet of space located within Raffles Arcade and draws on the rich narratives and stories of this ‘grande dame’ of Singapore.