A Singapore Condominium Renovation Impressed by way of Water’s Tranquility


When growing the concept that at the back of the Ripple Condominium in Singapore, Proper Perspective Studio sought to rouse the tranquility of water. The unique format has been changed with a contemporary, light-filled setup, whilst the full design feels calm and serene. Herbal fabrics and impartial sunglasses create a cohesive glance all through with out being drab.

modern dining room interior with Drop chairs and staircase

A customized marble eating desk is paired with 4 beige-colored Drop chairs with black legs from Fritz Hansen. The angled base of the desk mimics the splayed nature of the chair’s legs.

modern dining room interior with wood table and Drop chairs

view into modern, minimalist kitchen in black and wood

The fluted wooden element at the entrance of the bar carries over to the garage door fronts, at the side of complementary wooden panels forming the partitions and ceiling. Black home equipment and bar stool spherical out the glance of the minimalist kitchen.

view into modern, minimalist kitchen in black and wood

view in tv room of wood wall with mounted tv and simple low console

Proceeding down the picket hall on the finish is the lounge with get right of entry to to a balcony. A lime-washed accessory wall turns into the backdrop for the tv. At the reverse aspect of the room, a customized settee with integrated bookshelves on each side supplies seating for TV staring at.

view of modern living room corner with low slung leather chair

half interior view of modern living rom with grey and wood sofa

interior view of modern living rom with grey and wood sofa

angled view of modern wood and white staircase

The staircase itself is its personal murals, entire with a integrated bench and customized handrail.

view looking up in modern home

upstairs view looking over stairwell with two bedrooms off to sides

As one ascends the steps, the design theme visually comes alive with a tranquil seascape canvas by way of artist Lynda Laird decorating the wall.

view into minimalist bedroom through window

On the second one flooring, a couple of bedrooms with window openings glance out over the steps.

view into minimalist bedroom through

view of minimalist bedroom

view into modern dark bathroom with gray tile

modern dark bathroom shower with gray tile

interior view in modern house

view looking downstairs in modern house

view of modern staircase with wood panels

Footage by way of Studio Outer edge.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in images from SCAD and will in most cases be discovered in search of antique wares, doing New York Occasions crossword puzzles in pen, or remodeling playlists on Spotify.



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