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The stylish Punggol Drive Residence by KNQ Associates

The Punggol Drive Residence is a contemporary home located in Singapore. It was designed and recently completed by Singapore-based design studio KNQ Associates. The apartment was designed for a single woman and, even though being single is not always what you would want, when it comes to designing and decorating your own home you have unlimited freedom in choosing whatever you want.

The owner of this property is an adventurous person that loves diving and traveling. As a result, the architects and designers working at this project decided to start from there and to use these information as a starting point. They wanted to create a dynamic and edgy décor and they did by using color and a diversity of materials. As you enter, the apartment opens onto a spacious living area decorated in bold shades of green, black and white. The room also has a curved TV wall, an interesting and eye-catching feature, this time in terms of shape.

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The living room is connected to the dining area by folding door. This space used to be a bedroom but was repurposed. The kitchen was originally a separate, enclosed area. The wall separating it from the living room was removed and these two areas became one large space. The apartment’s main bedroom was organized into three areas. One includes the raised bed deck, another one the walk-in closed and the third one the TV area. One of the walls from this room is decorated with butterflies and twigs and it’s a playful form of art. There’s also a spare bedroom for guests.

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Posted in Interiors on July 11, 2012

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Simona Ganea
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