Apartment at Bukit Ho Swee: asian Garden by Quen Architects

A basic but beautiful Singapore apartment

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Sometimes the most lovable spaces come in the simplest and cosiest of packages. While this apartment designed by Quen Architects won't win any awards for its contemporary style or attention to trends, it achieves exactly what many of us want from a home; a warm, sanctuary space with the right energy for us to live our lives within. 
What is most impressive about this apartment is that despite the very limited number of square metres, they've managed to adhere to Feng Shui principles and include the ultra-relaxing element of flowing water within the hall, ensuring that it's all positive energy as we enter the living quarters. We also like that the owners/inhabitants haven't skimped out on what is important to them and have included a large television in the living room

1. The living room is small, but they've managed to fit in all the necessities… including a huge TV!

2. The door is simple but suggests something beautiful awaiting behind

3. Judging by the door, you wouldn't pick such a stunning, Feng-Shui friendly hall to await behind… but here it is!

4. A chair in the corner adds a touch of classic style

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