3 bedder condominium. Personal favourite is the kitchen design and materials used, which makes you want to stay in there more for cooking. A touch of traditional Chinese tv console doors matches well with the signage. A good size wooden dining table complements the area perfectly with a piece of artwork and subtle pendant light. Neat and practical shelves and cabinets were custom made in the study room. Full size ceiling to floor wardrobe and functional mirror sliding door gives the already huge master bedroom added dimensions. Lastly the carpet grass and invisible grills gave you both comfort and security for family and kids to hang around the balcony area.
Fun fact: The Interlace is a 1000-unit apartment building complex in Singapore designed by OMA and Ole Scheeren. It is noteworthy for its design which looks like 31 bricks irregularly stacked upon each other, resembling Jenga blocks. It was named World Building of the Year at the 2015 World Architecture Festival.