In 2020, when working from home was mandated and gatherings at home became all the rage, we began to live full-fledged lives at home.
If you need to renovate your home to suit your expanding needs, we’ve put together a shortlist of 10 interior designers in Singapore who are doing bold and amazing work.
Whether you’re looking for Japanese zen or Miami chic, these design studios will build your dream space in no time.
Goy Architects, directed by Swiss-trained architect and designer Goy Genroux, borrows from traditional forms to create contemporary sanctuaries.
Natural materials and earthy textures are often central to her work, enhanced by a gentle curation of natural light.
Combining all of these will enrich your interior. ZenBest exemplified by her award-winning project “Seishin – a”. Inn-Apartments with attention to detail, from linen rugs to frosting Shoji-Style windows invite contemplation.
Check out Goy Architects’ projects here.
If you can’t get your quirky design ideas out of your head, you can find a safe home with UPSTAIRS_. Principal architect and interior designer Dennis Cheok is no stranger to out-of-the-box projects that integrate visually dramatic elements into fluid, open layouts.
He has a talent for creating seamless social spaces. For example, in his condo project 1027 Sticks, you can see his open-plan bar-slash-lounge with a TV console that doubles as a bench.
Another award-winning work, The Crate Apartment, features a giant plywood box that connects all the rooms in the apartment.
Check out UPSTAIRS_’s projects here.
For Design Zage, your home is a space that reflects your unique story and memories. The team, led by managing director Zhuo Jinhai, skillfully balances budget-friendliness with modern, novel concepts.
If you’re looking for resort chic, this studio is for you. The portfolio includes resort-style apartments at Skyline @ Bukit Batok and Hougang Street 51, where warm wood tones and lush greenery capture the laid-back Balinese vibe. feel.
Check out Design Zage’s projects here.
Power couple Hsu Hsia Pin and Eunice Khoo, who have master’s degrees in architecture and nearly 10 years of experience, founded EHKA Studio in 2011.
In experienced hands, practical factors such as customer needs and budget are translated into poetic solutions, and the interiors are characterized by smooth lines, pale wood tones, and light-filled spaces.
Conventions don’t matter. Their acclaimed recent project, Stiletto House, flows with curves and a “floating” glass floor.
Check out EHKA Studio’s projects here.
Known for our collaborative design process, Build Built makes your quest for your dream home almost painless.
Led by co-founders Nicholas Hu and Zack Choy, the team breaks down the design process into easy-to-understand steps, from custom concept and cost guides to collaborative workshops with VR walkthroughs. Masu.
As a result, it’s no wonder they often feature inspired details like arched doorways, Peranakan tiles, and vibrant Miami chic.
Check out Build Built’s projects here.
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For most of us, home is the eye of the storm, a place to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Helping us turn our homes into havens is Atelier Here, a three-year-old boutique studio founded by Oslo-trained architect and designer Kelvin Lim.
Each of his projects exudes a peaceful tranquility, with clean lines often enhanced by sumptuous details, muted colors, and floods of natural light.
Check out Atelier Here’s projects here.
Whether you want an industrial chic or monochrome vibe, Neu Konceptz’s diverse portfolio has you covered.
Founded by brothers Jack and John Chan and Gary Wong, the design studio is driven by sustainability as well as beauty.
The team’s standout residential works include Artez, an industrially renovated condominium with wire mesh partitions and exposed brick, and the Buan Quoc Crescent flats, decorated in black, white and grey.
Check out Neu Konceptz’s projects here.
You’ve probably seen Mikael Teh’s work around town. This architecture graduate Michael Teh is the design brain behind cafes such as Windowsill Pies, Oberstrasse and Mother Dough.
The interiors of his homes are equally stunning, rooted in an impeccable sense of proportion, graceful lines, and often subtle touches of greenery.
His award-winning projects include Everton Park, a mid-century modern apartment with retro furniture and terrazzo floors;
Check out Monocot Studio’s projects here.
Imagine by SK66
Imagine by SK66, the design arm of Third Generation Industrial Company Seng Kwong, provides comprehensive decoration and furniture services.
Having our own carpentry factory means our team can bring your furniture vision to life with superior quality and affordability.
Their design strengths range from Hollywood glamor to Scandinavian minimalism, so people of all tastes will be satisfied here.
Check out Imagine’s projects here.
With taglines like “Leave the mundane to your neighbor,” you can be sure there’s no room for unconventionality at Wolf Woof.
A maverick of graphic and interior design, Carmen Tan loves a distinct aesthetic and embraces bold decals, patterns, and custom accessories.
Her past projects include a toy boutique-themed home with a wall of Lego TVs and a cafe in home concept with a hanging counter decorated with whimsical figures.
Check out Wolf Wof’s projects here.
This article was first published urban nomad.