19 Jun Cubes Indesign Feature


Exclusive: Read more about our recent feature in the premier Cubes magazine for interior architecture!


Chen+Choi Collaborative converts an old Tiong Bahru Apartment into a home office that thrives on clever programming and considered transitions.




The home follows an interesting sequence where the private realm is sandwiched between the communal spaces.




An alternative, more intimate, transition from the front to the back of the house was also created via a surprising powder room within the living area




The simple decision of leaving the bedroom doors open or closed significantly altered how the space feels and functions.


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