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Le Nouvel Ardmore Apartment in Singapore by Brewin Design Office

Le Nouvel Ardmore Apartment in Singapore by Brewin Design Office

Designer: Brewin Design Office
Project: Le Nouvel Ardmore apartment
Location: Singapore
Photography: Jovian Lim

This vacation home situated in Jean Nouvel’s Le Nouvel Ardmore condominium was designed with the goal to immerse the owner in a holiday mood. Harnessing the unblocked view of the skyscape, blue marble floors create a seamless transition between the interiors and the expansive sky to give a sublime feeling of lightness upon entering the living room.

A serene palette influenced by coastal nature continues this theme of lightness in the ensemble of loose furniture pieces and antiques that have been sourced to enhance the design concept of this home.

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The bedrooms and family room are wrapped in an assortment of timbers, as well as marble inserts applied to side tables and wardrobe panels that lend the spaces a touch of luxe. This feeling is writ large in the bathrooms, which are entirely clad in stone – darker Ocean Black Travertine in one bathroom and expansive Brazilian Crystal Blue Quartzite marble in the master bedroom bathroom.

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