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Belonging to couple Surojit and Jayne, this 1,600 sqf, three-bedroom condo has its interiors rendered in vintage Indian style to give the space a sense of comfort and childhood nostalgia to the expat owners. Confident and bearing a strong design direction, the couple was able to do up their apartment with the help of a contractor, Louis Lim of Homeland Design.

Source: ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST INDIA

These dwellings by Grounded, Nidhi Jain, and Perinelli Design are a cut above the rest. While most aspiring homeowners may dream of enjoying panoramic views of the city from their living room, or of watching the sunrise over the ocean as they lay in bed—a family in Singapore has chosen instead to envelop themselves in the boughs of nature. 

Source: BEAUTIFUL HOMES

Anyone familiar with the concept of black and white row bungalows in Singapore will know what a catch these homes are, from a real estate point of view. Anyone that is, except your average Singaporean. Historically, black and white houses were built for Singapore’s colonial rulers back in the day and remain a draw for expats who can afford their high rentals.

Source: EXPAT LIVING SINGAPORE

This Singaporean couple INDI and ANUSHKAR (Nush), tell us why they love their newly renovated Bali-style penthouse in Siglap, on the east of Singapore. When Indi and Nush Tandon arrived back in Singapore following a year-and-a-half stint in Shanghai, they knew they wanted to settle in a large loft or penthouse apartment.

Source: THE EAST COAST DESI

A 1,184 sq. ft. apartment in Singapore, belonging to a lovely young couple, Chandrasekar Ganapathy Subramanian and Indhu Chandrasekar gets transformed at the hands of Veshali Visvanaath and receives the all Indian touch. Chandru is not only a cricket/sports buff but also has a discerning eye for antiques and Tanjore paintings.

Source: home and decor

Stepping into the home of Surojit Mundle and Jayne Kuriakose, you feel a sense of ease in its casual yet chic resort-meetstraditional- colonial-style interiors. The home’s abundance of wood and cane furniture is complemented by light fabrics, and occasional shots of bright colour.

Source: TATLER

When corporate lawyer, Prakash Raja, inherited his parents’ house, the decision to rebuild from the ground up was so that it could adapt to the evolving needs of his multi-generation family. When his family home was gifted to him after he got married, Prakash Raja thought the time was right to rebuild it from scratch and turn it into a cosy yet functional abode for his parents, wife and two young sons.

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Easy Elegance : A gorgeous 1,744 sqft, Singapore Home, by Design Firm, Prakalyam Art Gallery

Source: THE EAST COAST DESI

A home with a heart has the ability to “bouy life” and not weigh it down! When Veshali Visvanaath (founder, curator and interior designer at the Singapore based antiques and furniture store Prakalyam Gallery) was entrusted with the task of transforming and curating for Anusha and Vijay’s Singapore based home, she did just that.