Often I have been asked on how to optimize spaces in small apartments. Here are a few ideas: 1. Unclutter your space This is almost always the number one rule. Remember when you first step into your beautiful renovated home? … Continue reading
The Vitra Design Museum, founded in 1989 by Vitra CEO Rolf Fehlbaum, is a heaven for designer chair lovers as it is internationally renowned for its world’s largest collections of modern furniture design. Located in Weil am Rhein, … Continue reading
Let’s get into the spirit!
ARCHITECT: I. M. Pei BUILDING: Bank of China Tower LOCATION: No. 1 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong YEAR COMPLETED: 1990 HEIGHT: 367.4 metres FLOOR AREA: 135,000 square metres
Rainy season is in Hong Kong again! Take a look at the checklist below and make sure your home is ready for this stormy summer. 1. Place large doormat and leave footwear at the entrance area will help keep damp and … Continue reading
Created in 1968 by Finnish designer Eero Aarnio, the Bubble Chair serves as a classic example of space-age design, and continues to add fun and excitement to well-furnished living rooms and lounges around the world. The Bubble Chair was actually … Continue reading
After swimming in the beautiful violin-shaped pool yesterday, let’s relax in a spa bathroom.
I recently designed a walk in wardrobe for a client, and the client asked whether to install doors for the cabinet. Some people may have preference but most importantly you must think of your own habit to answer this question. … Continue reading
Check out this poster – a collection of furry creatures shaped like the 26 letters of the alphabet. Kids will enjoy the alphabet, colors, shapes, and word associations (“R” is for Racoon), that are camouflaged into the poster. Designed by Wee … Continue reading
Anti slip floor tiles are given a resistance rating to help grade the non slip level differed by a particular tile. This is known as the “R” value. R9 and R10 values are often used … Continue reading