With a portfolio comprising residential and commercial projects in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and United Kingdom, Spaceone Interior Design Consultancy specialises in servicing a mid- to high-end clientele across a range of budgets depending on the scale and complexity of each project.
At the helm is Adrian Heng, who brings with him almost 25 years of design experience. His early works revolve around designing showhouses for developers’ property launches, so homeowners can expect their homes to be executed to the same level of detail and finesse. He goes as far as to design and customise bespoke furniture and furnishing to achieve utmost exclusivity. This also ensures that the pieces capture the spirit of the spaces and reflect the personalities of the clients.
The boutique firm is known for its contemporary and modern concepts with an understated, yet sophisticated take on luxury, but Adrian is a versatile designer who is open to creating styles that suit his clients. He takes on a limited number of projects each year in order to devote the time and attention that every client deserves.
Year of establishment: 1999
Address: No. 5 Purvis Street, #02-05 Talib Court,
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Project 1: Penthouse apartment in River Valley (1,926 sq ft)
Home to a celebrity make-up artist and his partner, the glamour and timelessness of this penthouse apartment is well-suited for living and entertaining. Think cowhide rugs, cushions in silky fabrics and sparkly crystals that embellish the interior with a hint of opulence without going over the top. A feature wall clad with large format marble-look tiles, concealed doors, chandeliers and tall bed headboard accentuate the lofty 3.6-metre ceiling.
The original two bedrooms and a study have been converted into a master suite with a walk-in wardrobe and a reading corner. The upper deck is now an entertainment zone complete with an alfresco dining area where guests can savour the spectacular view of the city.
Project 2: Terraced home at Luxus Hill Drive (4,000 sq ft)
The interior design and furnishing works for this home was in response to the client’s brief, which called for a hotel style design with a touch of luxury that will stand the test of time for his family of four.
The chic walk-in wardrobe that is part of the master suite looks like it belongs in a stylish hotel. It accommodates the wife’s luxury handbags and jewellery and the husband’s model car collection. An outdoor gazebo in the master patio provides the perfect spot for the couple to unwind in the evenings over wine, under the stars and surrounded by lush foliage.
All the soft furnishings, such as the sofas, dining set, drapery and rugs, are bespoke pieces that Adrian custom designed and fabricated according to the brief. This ensures that each and every piece complements the space that it was intended for and they all come together to create a timeless, contemporary luxury abode.
Project 3: Semi-detached home at Meyer Road (4,300 sq ft)
This multi-generation home was designed so that the family of eight can enjoy living in a luxury hotel suite without leaving home. Adrian oversaw the extensive renovation, which involved not just interior works, but also structural alterations to the façade of the three-storey property.
Every member of the family had the opportunity to personalise their own private spaces, from a more bold and fun theme for the younger son’s room, to a more sophisticated beige-and-bronze palette for the master suite. Stone finishes, plush panelling and clean-cut built-ins achieve an underlying consistency that ties the whole design together despite the individuality of the bedrooms. Bespoke loose furniture that Adrian specially designed to complement the home add to its aesthetic and timeless appeal.