The house owners of this house on the Interlace Singapore, designed by famed German architect Ole Scheeren, commissioned KNQ Associates to create an unfussy décor with an intimate environment. The architects aimed toward a clear, modern but heat language that may cater to the tastes of the younger house owners very properly: “The inside would additionally have to have a cocoon-like really feel to create visible heat within the spacious dwelling area – in any case, all the condo is over 2000 sqft of flooring area – therefore we employed loads of heat wooden veneer, contrasting furnishings and luscious materials to melt the arduous edges of partitions and columns“.
The distinctive architectural design of the condominium mandates the presence of awkward, cumbersome columns inside the unit, however the architects welcomed their existence by making them a part of the inside décor. For instance, the columns in the lounge are coated and built-in into the design of the window bay seating which is a sprawling 30 ft lengthy. And in the main bedroom, the column has been well hid within the type of a TV function. Overall, the venture celebrates fashion and modernity, as befits a residence in a main location, however by no means dropping sight that type all the time follows perform. Photos and knowledge offered by way of e-mail by KNQ Associates