Home & Decor Singapore pays tribute to three decades of design with a look back on its most interesting features over the years.
This week we take a look at the bachelor pad of Arthur Tay, who is the CEO of SUTL Enterprise today.
Very eligible bachelor Arthur Tay is only 31 and already the finance director of one of Singapore’s largest private trading companies.
Arthur’s two-level apartment is huge for one man but he likes the space. “I wanted a home that’s masculine and projects a professional image. When I studied in the States, I spent a lot of time at home, but when I’m in Singapore, I rise early even on weekends and spend the time outdoors.”
The circular structure of the apartment is echoed in the round dining table and curved chrome bannister.
Arthur collects toiletries when he travels and leaves them perfectly arranged in his luxurious bathroom.