Based on the ideal of a “home in a garden”, British architect Thomas Heatherwick’s Eden apartments in Singapore’s prestigious Ardmore neighbourhood connect city-dwellers with nature. Each of the 20 apartments occupies a single floor, and comprises four ensuite-bedrooms and five balconies within 300 sqm of livable space. The developer-client briefed Brewin to design a one-of-a-kind apartment that complemented Heatherwick Studio’s daring vision. Dressed in bespoke and curated furniture, Brewin’s design accentuates the blurred line between the lush leafy foliage of the exterior with the light-filled interior.
EdgeProp – Robert Cheng’s garden home concept for Swire Properties’ EDEN
Elle Decor – Brewin Design Office adopts an organic approach for this apartment in a residential Thomas Heatherwick tower in Singapore
Architectural Digest – Organic design elements for apartment in a Thomas Heatherwick building in Singapore
This four-bedroom apartment in a 49-unit condominium designed by Jean Nouvel is awash with light and bracing views of Singapore. In the living and dining rooms, and foyer, the floors and bay windows are clad in un-polished silver quartz marble which has a lightly roughened texture, and a soft blue-grey tone that complements the tropical sky, whilst the walls and ceiling are swathed with an off-white stucco plaster that reflects a silvery hue. The calming cool blue-toned palette of the public areas is gently contrasted by the set of warmer tones of white oak and walnut timber in the bedrooms.