In the heart of the historical district in Jing’an, the design of townhome interiors is a pure and minimal expression of extravagance. These family-oriented environments prioritize natural light, personal outdoor space, and the use of the highest quality finishes. The refined construction detailing and minimal use of finishes express how essentialism redefines traditional notions of luxury.
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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.
When local interior design specialists CAD Associates were hired to revolutionise a three-bedroom penthouse in Mergui Road, the clients offered the team a simple brief – to populate the house with a homely feeling throughout. What followed was a design that would keep the clients on their toes across the various design seasons and nurture a comfortable ambience ideal for the growth of a family.
Its location, on a lot with a clear view and north-south orientation, in one of Montreal’s most exclusive municipalities – a garden city with some 32,000 trees – won the hearts of the young newlyweds residents. Inside, however, the house had serious issues.
There is nothing barn like about this farm house. Resting on a rolling field, this modern rural country home outside Toronto, a project by Trevor McIvor Architect, was inspired by the stone walls that were used to separate farmer’s fields. Stouffville Residence which spans over 465 square meters, is grounded in the earth while being cantilevered over a vast landscape.
As frequent travellers of the world, the owners of a five-bedroom flat in Choa Chu Kang invited CAD Associates on board to realise their hotel-like concept for the home. Inspired on their globe-spanning adventures, the couple wanted to replicate the comfort and sophistication found in five-star hotels on their travels in their homely abode.
Aglance at the specifications of this 3,150 square feet apartment reveals why it was named winner of the Interior Design Confederation of Singapore Design Excellent Award 2017 in the best residential category. From the façade of narrow lattice-like screens, honey-hued wooden features, and polished granite reveals the thumbprints of the design masterminds at Metaphor Studio that conceptualized them, to the gleaming mirrored wall and crafted lighting, the beauty in this apartment is all in the details.
Feline lovers understand that humans do not actually own cats. In fact, the reverse is true. Hence, cat-friendly spaces often include cat walkways, nooks and climbing shelves whether to proudly showcase the cats or subtly take advantage of unused vertical space.
When creating homes for a lifetime, it comes naturally that we should build our homes around things we truly enjoy the most. It could be the incorporating of a hobby like fishing or cooking into the design that will ultimately bring us joy each time we unlock the front door to our pad.
Located in the XiXi Wetland Park of Hangzhou in Eastern China, Y20 is a mixed use office space surrounded by natural scenery and features a unique Y-shaped interior layout. Property owner Alcai Technology had envisioned the 700 square meters of Y20 Space as more than just an office building, but a community space for work, business conferences and events, before entrusting the task to WJ Design.
Located in Dubai Design District (d3); Warehouse Gym is one chic workout zone. The purpose built mecca is home to the region’s most growing and vibrant design community, including entrepreneurs, startups and international brands. Interior architects at VSHD main challenge was to deliver a boutique fitness facility which appeals to the design savvy community.
It is the mark of good design when a new construct feels well grounded.Designed by Mumbai-based studio Sanjay Puri Architects, volumes within volumes lend each functional part of Office@63 their own identity. Stepping inside the office situated in Navi Mumbai, the design dialogue becomes instantly apparent through the sheer openness of the space.
Avid photographers can now gather at this unique hub spanning over two floors in a commercial building in Wan Chai, Hong Kong as a shrine to the golden age of film photography and its exponents.
Located in the heart of the city’s cultural district in Wuhan, China, Molly club commands a futuristic vibe. While the entire street is full of bright advertising light boxes, Molly Club is a discreet presence with only a back-lit and inconspicuous signage beside its entrance, in this lively street.
Designing a restaurant is not new for Taiwan based architect Ken Lo of Chain 10 Architecture. However, in the design of Green Isle, a third restaurant of the successful Tan Zuo Mali chain, Lo knew he had to think out-of-the-box to go further than his two previous designs for the chain. The concept of dining and green spaces needed to be rehashed in a fresh perspective in view that Kaohsiung residents who are largely environmentally-conscious, hardly afford the time to appreciate nature.
Speed and passion is the operative design directive for the new Porsche Headquarters in Shanghai, China to reflect the brand’s heritage. The German sports car manufacturer tasked Anyscale Architecture Design with designing their office at the prestigious Lu Jia Zui Financial Plaza.