Singapore based 0932 Design Consultants is an architectural and interior design practice formally founded in twenty eleven. The company founders, Mr Low Chee Khiang and Mr Roystern Goh, continue to personally helm each design project and tailor every experience into unique spaces. We’ve hand picked a selection of the most beautiful interiors that showcase their rigorous design methodology and a process that has been applied to private residences, retail malls, spas, resorts, hotels, serviced apartments and condominium developments throughout Asia.
The latest project by our friends from UDA Architetti sits on the mezzanine level of a building overlooking Turin’s Piazza San Carlo, the symbol of the city.This 150sqm three bedroom apartment is crafted with rigour and close attention to detail. Each element – the shape and size of surfaces, the furniture, objects and fittings, tells a story that goes beyond their initial appearance.
The multifaceted designer, Faye Toogood, opens her London home, and discusses her affinity for using unusual juxtapositions in her decorating.
I first saw this house published quite a while ago but it’s one of those projects that got under my skin, and is probably worth dusting off and looking at afresh. It’s a house in northern Portugal, by Graça Correia & Roberto Ragazzi. Conceived of as a long concrete box jutting thrillingly out over a drop down to the river, the house is a simple concept with terrific structural engineering. This is the sort of house I look at and start mentally arranging my own furniture in…
This apartment speaks volumes of the creative pulse that lives in it. We’re talking about Jean Christophe Aumas, founder of Voici-Voila and creative director to the world’s elite fashion houses. Occupying a 300 year old ex-convent with original parquetry intact, Aumas furnishes his home with beating, energetic soul…
Italian architect Antonino Cardillo has designed a House of Dust in Rome based on the geometric ratio of the golden section. This is a courageous project with a fresh aesthetic and a unique vision. It’s the kind of interior that creates new trends, memes and movements. In today’s day and age where we are exposed to the entire world through our computer screens, designers tend to move towards a more unified aesthetic as we are all influencing each other so greatly. This is why it is so important to see projects like this one, that break the mould and bring so much individual character to the table. I realise this aesthetic is not for everyone. It’s not a home I would chose to live in either. Having said this, I know this space will come up in my references next time I am seeing to create something a little less ordinary…