Posts Tagged "Completed Projects"

Sandy Palm Condominium

June 28, 2015

Our 3-time repeat client of French nationality had extremely high expectations of his renovations. The team went through various rounds of search for a selection of high grade quality tiles from Italy and Spain, with special attention to details like interlocking tile design in the 2 bathrooms. The efforts in this project won us strong commendation by the client.

Aspen Heights Condominium

June 28, 2015

The Z L team managed the fit-out much like a turn-key project, with major changes in the kitchen carpentry and baths. It was a refreshing experience plowing through a more sophisticated selection of items for this foreign high net worth couple. The result was a classic touch of white and elegance without too much details.

Tampines Central 7 5-room BTO [2]

June 9, 2015

Craftstone feature walls set against turquoise accent walls brings a touch of Santorini to our Singapore shores. A classic and functional settee storage is customized across the width of living room and fitted with soft closing hinges. For the doors of the pole system wardrobe in the master bedroom, the owners chose fabric-like laminate for the center band, adding a quirky dose of fun.

Yishun Street 31 4-room BTO

June 8, 2015

These photos may look like 3D renderings but we assure you they are the real deal. The living room showcases a full Craftstone feature wall and the ceiling is lined with exposed round PVC conduits. A suspended TV console and shoe cabinet with open niches are also customized. The TV console is designed with lourve middle section for better ventilation. In the kitchen, cabinets are topped with black india galaxy table top and contrasted by backsplash in white subway tiles. All exposed walls are cement-screed with epoxy coating.

Seng Kang East Ave 5-room BTO [1]

March 31, 2015

This is one of our personal favourite projects. The customers are a lovely young couple who placed absolute trust in us. Together with our Independent Designer HL, we worked closely together to create a home this unique yet practical. For the study room, a new half-wall was erected and fitted with black aluminum lattice. Special considerations were given to manufacture the door frame of the same thickness as vertical strut for aesthetics purposes. Inside, the desk is customized to be 50mm thickness for that extra support, and seamlessly flushed against the cupboards.

Segar Road 4-room BTO

March 24, 2015

We created a mildly rustic, resort-like home with prominent wood product finishing and influence. This wouldn’t have been possible without the owners’ bold appetite. In the living room, coconut husk-like materials cover the middle portion of the walls, contrasted by white borders. The carpentry settee by the window is customized with in-lay groove lines to a create wood pallet visual. It doubles up as storage and seating space. The strong wood style is consistent in the bedrooms and kitchen through the choice of laminates.

Upper Serangoon Crescent 4-room BTO [1]

March 24, 2015

Once in a while we receive requests to customized the arrangement and orientation of CraftStone feature wall. This young couple decided on an unconventional house-like design in the living room which won raves even from our artisans! In the kitchen, darker wood laminates are chosen for the top carpentry and lighter wood laminates for the bottom carpentry, separated by white subway tiles backsplash with black grouting. Spare pieces of Kompacplus table top were then reused as shelving in the bathrooms.

Tampines Central 7 5-room BTO [1]

February 4, 2015

This fun-loving young couple requested for mildly Scandinavian-Industrial look. A general white and pale paint scheme matched with light wood-accented floor tiles complements the edgier aluminium kitchen enclosure. We specially love how the mellow gray wall brings out the black aluminium grilles at the dining area. Darker hues were selected for the room floors and the study room boasts a pale turquoise feature wall to enhance flow of creativity and imagination.