Established in 2001, OSC by Norman Yeo is a niche interior architecture practice with a forte in sophisticated and luxe interiors. The firm is helmed by celebrated interior designer Norman Yeo and his diverse team of designers. They aim to deliver first-class, stylish interior spaces to clients – which include celebrities
OPEN TO AN IMPRESSIVE SEA VIEW, THE IN TERIORS OF THE HOME ARE KEPT TO A LIGHT COLOUR PALETTE.
This four-bedroom apartment at Sentosa Cove has the enviable luxury of an impressive sea view from its living room; and contemporary interiors that complement this well. It is the home of a couple in their 40s, and their four children. The designers at OSC by Norman Yeo gave the living area a light colour palette, with timber-look tiles by Rice Lab for the overall flooring, and white walls. Customised furnishings and details, such as the floral laser-cut motifs on the sliding door, help prevent the neutral-hued interiors from looking bland.
This customised chrome panther sculpture is a statement piece in this luxurious home.
Light coloured furniture, such as the sofa, complement the light palette of the home.
The different-coloured powder-coated stainless steel legs on the customised sofa, for instance, offer a fun but subtle detail. Colourful cushions from Missoni add a splash of colour to the space, as do the other pieces of art. Some accessories are also animalthemed, such as the custom-made leather rhinoceros head sculpture, and art pieces depicting an elephant, and zebra, in the kitchen and corridor respectively.
The kitchen countertop doubles as a dining table.
When closed, the white sliding partition between the living room and kitchen keeps the interiors looking seamless.
BOLD FURNISHINGS AND ACCESSO RIES JAZZ UP THE HOME.
The flooring subtly changes to treated engineered wood strips in the kitchen, paired with a cantilevered dark wood countertop from Perswood. A sliding door between the kitchen and living room allows the homeowners to close off the kitchen area when required.
The open-concept bathroom connects seamlessly with the master bedroom, making the space intimate and cosy.
The master bathroom has a full-height glass panel which separates the shower area from the rest of the space.
In the master bedroom, built-in structures such as vanity tops are kept simple in order to draw attention to the open-concept bathroom. Using Iglass, an electronically controlled glass panel, the homeowners can adjust the opacity of the glass at the touch of a button, for privacy. The bedroom also has an amazing view of the sea, which provides a calm and relaxing ambience.
Bedding used in the master bedroom are from Missoni.
Earthy tones in the junior bedroom suite keep the interior space simple and pared down while adding a cosy ambience.