yurianti kettley. Interior design. November 30th , 2016.
KNQ Associates give us information and photos of a magnificent asymmetrical apartment in Singapore designed by the firm’s chief designer Stanley Tham. The design introduces undulating surfaces and angled lines to make a visual contrast directly against flat and straight elements, as the designer deconstructed the apartment’s interiors in an unobtrusive and subtle way. Even the small details (such as the personally customized image of white and black photography) that ornament the apartment’s walls are organized artfully. It is organized with an unusual collage measurement to match the apartment’s design concept. The color range is kept monochromatic and light to make sure the interior area feels airy and light.
The using of the color blue has a special purpose. Color blue acts as a pivotal role in keeping the apartment to look too sterile as it is applying a neutral color scheme. The asymmetrical design also applied in the main bedroom. In this room, the television panel is designed to make the empty space separating the opposing wall and the edge of the main bed clear for passing. It appears to be like a form of monolith. It disturbs the common boundary can be found in a rectangle room. It also acts like a false ceiling that has a function to keep the lights. Likewise, a wallpaper with bold red color installed at the headboard part of the wall (the color is proposed by a famous Feng Shui consultant) feels like it is commanding presence within the very room.
At the study area located in the guest room, we can find the customized integrated storage furniture that is designed similarly using the principal theme – graphical lines make a geometric repetitive pattern located on the room’s doors for the sake of visual interest. The orange color selected on a particular wall will jump at you, mostly because the remaining of the room’s walls are painted with light brown and white colors.
[information and photos sent by e-mail from KNQ Associates]
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