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Art Design Tatler Design Awards 2021: Vote For The Best Living Room

Tatler Design Awards 2021: Vote For The Best Living Room

Tatler Design Awards 2021: Vote For The Best Living Room
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By Tatler Homes Singapore
December 08, 2020
Vote for your favourite project online in these four Readers' Choice categories at the Tatler Design Awards 2021—here are the nominees for the Best Living Room

Since its inception, the Tatler Design Awards has celebrated the brightest minds in the local design scene as well as the most innovative projects undertaken in Singapore.

Now into its fifth year, the winners will be announced in April 2021; the Tatler Design Awards 2021 is sponsored by Arova, Aureo Gallery, Boxx Euro, Gaggenau, Hafary, MM Galleri, Okamura, Roche Bobois and Spin.

Vote for your favourite project for the Readers' Choice categories; the voting period will run from now until January 25, 2021.

(Related: The Winners Of The Tatler Design Awards 2020)

Here, we present the nominees for the Best Living Room category:

Cube Associate Design

The team at Cube Associate Design, led by design director Sarah Tham, was hired to transform a three-storey Peranakan shophouse into a contemporary abode. The 3,905sqft property, which was to house a family of three generations, also had to integrate discreet and hidden storage spaces throughout.

“The challenge was to incorporate a modern interior into a charming Peranakan shophouse,” says Tham. “The clients wanted an uncluttered, contemporary home; they also wanted better use of the courtyard on the ground level.”

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Formerly a two-storey terrace house with dim, cloistered interiors, this residence was given a complete makeover by interior and architectural design firm Luxur. Led by director and co-founder Alan Neo, Luxur has transformed the 3,400sqft dwelling into a bright, efficient and beautiful three-storey house for a family of four.

“The clients were most concerned about the brightness of the house, so we proposed incorporating a skylight above the dining area,” shares Neo. “We also suggested an open-plan design on the ground floor to get more natural light inside.” As the couple frequently work from home, the design studio created a new third level as a conducive workspace.” 

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Inside Outside Designs

Crafted as a second home that's made for all seasons, Inside Outside Designs created a contemporary penthouse within a historic building located in the French Alps. Rather than a typical rustic mountain retreat, the clients envisioned a home that balanced timeless design with modern style.

“The client wanted an interior that reflects life in the mountains, but with contemporary furnishings and lighting pieces,” says Jeanette Maria Zmijewski, founder of Inside Outside Designs. “The home should also reflect their love of travel and incorporate their specific art collections, and use technology to promote sustainable living.”

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Mr Shopper Studio

Mr Shopper Studio designed a sartorially-driven apartment that takes cues from the owner’s stylish wardrobe. The client’s main request was to create various ways to display her collection of clothes, bags and accessories throughout her home, while creating an Instagram-worthy effect in various areas of the bachelorette pad. 

“Our primary aim was to create a luxurious home for the client,” says Sean Hafiz, lead designer on the project. “We wanted it to encompass not only her design brief, but also her personality and lifestyle and to make a statement in different areas of the home; we wanted to create a sense of excitement as you enter each part of the house.”

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Prestige Global Designs

The owners wanted a minimalist interior decked primarily in a neutral scheme. As the family live with three dogs, they wanted a home that is easy to maintain, particularly on the ground floor and basement level where the pets would roam.

They felt an instant creative kinship with Prestige Global Designs, whose work they admired while searching for the right interior design firm to give their property a stunning transformation. “When we first visited the house, we were captivated by the space—we love the amount of natural light in the home,” says Jeremy Tay, co-founder of the studio. “We wanted to create an interior that conveys modern luxury, using materials such as marble, granite and leather.” 

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The voting period has ended. The results will be announced in April at the Tatler Design Awards 2021 and in the April print issue of Tatler Homes Singapore.


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