The family members of this Good Class Bungalow favoured a home that felt livable and had a relaxed atmosphere. Nestled within the Caldecott Hill estate, it is home to three generations of the Ong family, and boasts Balinese elements elevated with a more modern resort look.
Nautical-inspired decor such, including as a shiplap wall design, and models of ships and lighthouses are dotted throughout this mostly white and wood-toned apartment at Bayshore Park condominium.
Aptly named the “Secret Garden House”, this home in the Good Class Bungalow area of Bukit Timah is characterised by striking contemporary geometry, natural materials and an abundance of lush greenery. Dreamt up by Wallflower Architecture + Design, it was designed to achieve the feel of a peaceful, secluded resort after its full potential had been harnessed.
A black and white colonial-meets-modern Hamptons theme runs throughout the three-storey corner terrace home of fashion designer Eeling. She’d sought the expertise of interior stylist and designer Priscilla Tan of Styledbypt for a home that evokes holiday vibes.
Drawing on their combined inspiration from their travels to the UK and Italy, and their own individual tastes, art director Fazlie, and his wife Corinne, who is a teacher, created an abode oozing Mediterranean flair with a mid-century modern aesthetic.
They co-designed the 95 sq m four-room HDB apartment in Canberra with interior designer Teck Hou of The Local Inn.terior.
With a lack of garden space, the Kee Jing Zhi, a founding partner at Freight Architects brought the outdoors into this semi-detached house, with live trees growing in any available outdoor space – even one growing in the middle of the home, sprouting out of the courtyard and right next to the dining area.
Architects Diego Molina and Maria Arango, directors at Ong&Ong, created this tropical dwelling with a holistic design that’s tailored to meet the family’s requirements. From Zircon wood panels, trellis and screens, fair-faced concrete overlaid with formwork patterns, and travertine expressed in a multitude of ways and finishes, all allude to a sense of tropicality and of the outdoors.
This article was first published in Home and Decor.