Tropical Heat - This spacious abode embraces a resort-themed splendor that is cosy and luxurious. The flourishing foliage complements the resort-themed interiors, creating a bright and welcoming abode for the family.
The owner favors natural materials that the overlook of the home needed to be bright and inviting. With a generous built-up area of 11,800 sqft, the three-story home features a total of nine rooms, including a gym room and a study on the top floor. Designworx involved with the new-build bungalow project from its early days, and had discussed the layout with the architects and builders.
"We were so pleasantly surprised by the owner's collection of animal sculptures, which were amassed over the years, as well as his tasteful placement of these throughout the family home which add such a lively touch to the bungalow." - Terri Tan, Director of Designworx
Animal sculptures on the outdoor decks and throughout the home add life to the abode.
To complement the home's resort theme, the design director also selected floral imagery for the corridors and stairwell - this includes paintings of lotus flowers by the staircase, the grand chandeliers by the stairwell or the striking gold apple sculpture from Bull & Stein next to the grand piano.
The apple sculpture became such a hit with the family that the owner began acquiring more fruit-themed pieces for other sections of the home.
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Featured by Singapore Tatler - A Home That Feels Like A Resort