We had the pleasure of being called by the Style Magazine of The New York Times Singapore to design our dreamed Living Room for their recently launched section called T-Home. In this section, they basically ask creative people to design a specific room in their proverbial dream house — or, essentially, to give us a voyeuristic glimpse into their unbarred notion of what living well means.
This space is where good moments should happen, where we can have languid dinner, where we can talk about the most random topics, or watch a movie horizontally on the sofa.
The main central area has one sole purpose: It is to be shared. I can invite friends to meet, talk, laugh. It’s the more “public” space of the house that’s made to welcome and connect with other people.
Surrounded by capsule rooms. With transparent windows, so as to still have them be part of the same space while offering seclusion when needed.
We started from the selection of a color, green is the color of nature and it represents life and serenity, it exudes good vibes.
Space design and art direction by Six N. Five.