A pink cat house by KC Design Studio is dedicated to a couple’s love for their three cats. Cat-friendly features include cat ladders, a carousel climbing frame and a fluffy swing, all of which are in pink. With careers in graphic design and fashion, the cat-loving couple have cultivated a passion for bold and unusual design.
INTERIOR DESIGN SINGAPORE
Looking for modern interior design ideas? Explore beautiful interior design ideas for cosy homes and impactful commercial spaces from Singapore and abroad. There are pet-friendly spaces for our furry companions too!
Featuring inspirational and aspirational decorating ideas, stylish furniture and impressive architectural details from industry and home improvement experts, these spaces bring you a step closer to manisfest your dream house or flat. Expect plenty of ideas from simple to daring, bold and quirky for the living room, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, study, kitchen and garden.
Tour the spaces for popular styles: Modern Contemporary, Resort, Scandi-cool, Industrial-chic, Eclectic, Oriental, Nature-inspired and many more. Not sure which style is your favourite? Modern contemporary spaces features clean lines in a neutral colour theme. Less is more for a Sandi-chic interior. An eclectic space pairs the best of many styles seamlessly. Express your Eastern heritage in form and function with an Oriental style interior. An Industrial-chic space requires you to man-up when showcasing the inside out with pipes, bolts and bricks. Finally, a nature-inspired space imbues that calming vibes and allows you to bring the outside indoors with beautiful wood details and spots of luscious greenery.
Explore. Enjoy. Be prepared to be wowed.
Stylish and functional, this dog-friendly house in Beijing is largely designed around the medical needs of a pet German Shepard. A dog is indeed a man’s best friend in this project by Beijing-based Atelier About Architecture. The doting pet parent envisioned a colorful world inside the dog-friendly house where his dog can happily live and play.
The global lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many rediscovering and embracing the comforts of home. Inspired by the notion of bringing nature back to urban living, Christos Pavlou Architecture envisioned a two-story residence in Nicosia, Cyprus filled with pockets of green open spaces in the effort to improve living conditions and maintain urban biodiversity by encouraging the return of local bird species and bees.
Creating a pet playground and cat-friendly small apartment can be a challenging affair. Add an elderly family member to the equation and the exercise immediately warrants professional advice. For Ken and Teri, their parrot and cat are like family member, who have their own personality and need for private space.
In the local context, the housing of tomorrow is getting smaller. The challenge is to leverage on the modular system of building in residential design, challenge conventional wisdom and ride on emergent trends in technology as design and implementation enablers. A unit in Waterway Point Condominium has been given an uplift by Elements ID Consultants, headed by Victor Ng.
On first appearance, the Colonial façade along Oei Tiong Ham Road might not seem particularly modern, but look closer and you will spot contemporary touches throughout, from the statement walls housing wide screen TVs to the faux fireplace in the den. The owners’ brief to the team at CAD Associates was to manifest the house into an English cottage albeit infused with the modern luxuries of a 6 star hotel.
The owners of this three-storied house situated in the Serangoon Gardens vicinity love to entertain, and wanted a personal sanctuary that is also welcoming for guests. As avid hosts, the couple’s entertaining style is relaxed, with emphasis on comfort over formality. The design team at The Collective Designs was roped in to articulate their dream family home to two teenagers, their grandparents and a domestic helper.
Culture and tradition are two unshakable pillars of family and identity that may erode over time. To preserve and bridge culture into their next phase of life, the homeowners of a 40-year-old corner terrace home called upon the creative services of UPSTAIRS_ to reform their home for the future. Through the consultation, it was determined that the homeowners were deeply entrenched in the history of Chinese culture yet envisioned a home that incorporated elements of modern architecture.
Ever since the early 90’s when Zouk first opened its doors, the club has upheld the beach dance club cultures of Ibiza and urban underground rave clubs, enabling the lifestyles of house music lovers till date. As the curtain calls on Zouk’s 25 years reign at Jiak Kim Street in 2016, there is rejoice in the air that the good times will continue to roll within their new premises at Clarke Quay.
Perched on one of the rolling hills of Bukit Timah, this three-storey property is tailored to the demands of entertaining, art collecting and raising a precocious toddler. The house’s interior tone and artistic aspirations are evident on entry. Thanks to the attentiveness and design directions from Elements ID founder Victor Ng.
What stands out in particular in Mantab Workplace is its gleaming bold façade. Looming over the quiet suburban street, the gold-copper alloy façade rises up from the building’s ground level in shielding its interior furtively. The project by S/LAB 10 entailed a complete internal overhaul of an existing bungalow.
Interior design is all about translating the needs of a homeowner into a functional part of the home and at times those expectations do not match up when placed in the hands of an inexperienced design team. After collecting the keys to their two-storied inter-terrace, the homeowners justifiably confided in the design team of CAD Associates to manage their design needs for a resort feel within their new landed home.
Near Reynosa, Mexico lies the small town of Torreon where an owner has made home for the last 30 years. Granted, childhood homes are particularly iffy projects to handle especially since it deals with nostalgia and the collection of memories embedded within the walls and rooms of the house.
It is often said that a great project needs a truly great client. This three-storey residential tucked in the leafy hills at Bukit Timah is a case in point. The space commissioned to Metaphor Studio is home to a professional athlete, his wife who is a horse trainer and three children. All the couple wanted was a home that meets their needs with a resort-like ambience so five people can comfortably inhabit the space without stepping on each other.
It takes more than a sharp eye for detail to mix design themes and styles without warranting a clash in styles. Homes that are rich in layers and styles are much more vibrant and dynamic and help to distort the mundane. At the behest of their client, CAD Associates relied on experience and a penchant for experimentation to merge the best of Industrial designs with an Oriental style for a 5-room HDB at Bedok Reservoir Road.