Home to a couple in their 40s and their three sons, the interiors were done up by Lim Ai Tiong of Lim Ai Tiong Architects, and the design was made to complement the existing materials used in the development — mainly marble and timber — while enhancing its appeal in line with the prestige of the project.
The recessed lights on the wall draw the eye to the textures and linear details of the surface.
The curvy design elements of this home parallel the architecture of the development – D'Leedon – it is housed in. Lim Ai Tiong of Lim Ai Tiong Architectsconvinced the homeowners to use curved glass in the study – despite the high cost – to parallel the design in the rest of the home.
The ceiling panels were not just designed to look good, but also to accommodate technical elements such as air-con ducting and other mechanical and electrical services.
The homeowner engaged architectural firm RT+Q to give it a brand new look, spending around $350,000 on a thorough renovation – visible from the moment you step into the entrance foyer as timber screens line almost all the walls of the apartment.
A curved powder room, accessed through the entrance foyer, is hidden behind the timber-clad walls. The interiors of the bathroom are cladded with wood finishes too!