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Minimalist Apartment in Singapore by QNQ Associates


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Minimalist apartment is always an option for apartments with limited area. With a limited extent, the owner turn the brain to deal with the needs of the space such as a bedroom, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, and family room.  Minimalist apartment chosen as theme for interior design, which has become a mainstay in the design space is limited. Designer Stanley Tham of QNQ Associates completed the development of a minimalist apartment in Singapore. The home owner wanted a light, contemporary interior of the which would also combine the quirky finds he collected over the years. This minimalist apartment has beautiful views, as it is located on a high floor overlooking city views. Stanley Tham selected a palette of gray-blue, white and browns to play off the marvelous views. Simple idea for a minimalist apartment, but produce the final look masculine.

At first glance, these minimalist apartment looks conventional to the living room and dining room. But the design introduces ‘unrefined’ materials like cement screed and stone tiles and adopts a more ‘casual’ approach to the way things are arranged or fixed. Stereotypical view of many people, a contemporary style is usually very polished, so by leaving parts of the house in a raw state and by further introducing modern materials and furnishings, the look is far from clinical. Each room of these minimalist apartment reflects the personality of the individual, while maintaining a co-ordinates look has been Achieved through a series of subtle references. The light in the study room hangs freely (with hanging cables and all) and the high-gloss white finish has been brought into this room from the living spaces to tie up the whole look.

In the master suite, the original layout has been remodeled to include a partition to better segregate the space, avoiding the usual walk-in-and-see-everything setting in new condominium units. Concealed space is an important consideration for every home, adding additional cabinetry for everything from clothing to entertainment set-ups. Linen-like wall covering in a deep color add a touch of warmth to the resting space. It is a simple idea but produces display minimalist apartment interior design with limited area becomes not feel cramped.


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