fbpx A STATEMENT HOME - Open Studio
meyer road, singapore
meyer road, singapore

150 SQM

Boasting views of the sea and the Marina Bay area, the apartment was acquired by an owner who sought to build a statement home. Open Studio was tasked to give a fresh breathe of elegance and contemporary opulence to this 1,600sqft apartment located along Meyer Road.

Without reconfiguration to the original layout, new facades were introduced to affect the space. A previously irregular floor plan was realigned via these introduced facades to give subtle architectural formality. Materially, these new facades emerged through layering of natural elements as the means in seeking elegance, spatial rigueur and contemporary opulence.

As the key feature, a full height copper paneling was inserted for its exuded warmth to complement a generous walnut portal and travertine TV console. Each and every element was given a unique family of details that respects it materiality, completing a collage of layered luxurious facades.

Natural walnut veneer anchors the apartment through from the common spaces to the private spaces. These private bedroom spaces were designed as private and calm sanctuary to juxtapose the highly detailed living and dining room. This was achieved through the addition of soft finishing in warm grey and curated selection of designer lamps.

Curated pieces of statement furniture pieces adorn the apartment all which melds seamlessly to conjure a luxurious vision to be proud of.

The entryway is designed as a portal that frames the dining set against a copper backdrop.
The Diesel Living with Lodes Vinyl Wall Lamp adorns the entry foyer.
The shielded bulb casts an indirect, grazing light effect over the concentric grooves of the shade.
A copper facade anchors the dining and living in a compact but formal set up
Sculptural pieces sets the dining scene. We paired the Ettore Pianca round table with the Montis Back-Me-Up armchair, set aglow under a Louis Poulsen Artichoke pendant.
For an understated aesthetic, we selected a cream leather for both the Otis couch and Ella Easy lounge chair.
Sandbrushed walnut feature wall layered with classic travertine forms the backdrop for the Bang & Olufsen Beovision Harmony set up.
Layering of materiality and detailing.
A visual axis for the home, the walnut backdrop stretches across the living and dining forming a threshold portal from the entry foyer.
Detail of the walnut, travertine and black metal coming together
Detail of the copper metal panel
Augmenting the room orientation, the Eames Soft Pad Executive chair is positioned to take in the sea view.
An elegant JFK desk was paired with a table lamp by Louis Poulsen.
We love the versatility of the Duette blinds that provides privacy while allowing daylight to stream through to the study.
USM Haller side table adds a pop of color but maintains a modern classic look to the study.
Glossy lacquer doors add a touch of lux to be study
The guest room features a custom bed with side table and study desk
The study was styled modestly with the Louis Poulsen Yuh desk lamp and "Accidental Palette 01" from visual artist Huey C.
A custom set of glass storage boxes hover beside the study.
A close up of the study
The Master Bedroom is a warm cosy haven
A custom frame was built around the window to form the Beovision Eclipse TV console, setting an interior facade for the bedroom.
A custom walnut and linen headboard forms the backdrop to the selected Flou Gaudi bedframe and Tosca bedside table
A dresser moment
A grand masterbath in calacatta marble
A sleek custom stainless steel handle was designed for the glass doors to the Kitchen
A custom italian kitchen was fitted for the client for fully functional cooking
Detail of the kitchen cabinet in matte lacquer finish
Solanas Outdoor Lounge chair completes the perfect spot to long views