Singapore | 2019
This resale Housing Board (HDB) three-room flat in Everton Park is home to freelance editor and art director, Aaron De Silva. Working in the media industry, he wanted "a home that would inspire him". He needed a proper study - one that is open and connected to the other spaces as especially important as he works from home. He had lots of reference books, press kits and materials. So we removed the walls of the second bedroom to make way for an open-concept study. Black concrete screed flooring, white walls and clean-cut built-in structures are the foundation of this decorated gallery-like home. A spacious study, the main requirement of the homeowner, was created by sacrificing one of the bedrooms and making the master bedroom smaller. White and slate-look laminates, as well as Italian stone-like homogeneous tiles, make for a sophisticated galley-style kitchen. Reworking the bathroom meant that a dedicated vanity area, which bridges the master bedroom to the shower area, was possible. As for aesthetics, we gave Aaron
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