Director, Principal Designer (left)
Creative Director (right)
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Founded in 2013, Neu Konceptz is already a recipient of several accolades, including the Silver Award in interior design (residential) at the International Design Awards in 2014 for its design of an apartment at condominium The Trillium. The founding brothers Jack and John Chan, together with business partner Gary Wong, continue to build a dynamic interior design team committed to building their clients’ dream home.
PROJECT PENTHOUSE @ THE INTERLACE
Possessing a sizeable area of 3,400 sq ft is this four bedroom duplex penthouse at The Interlace condominium, and its design plays up this vast interior. Boasting a modern contemporary look and feel, the living hall broadens out at an obtuse angle to the wall. With cladding that stretches to the back of the area along with two black recessed nicks on the ceiling, the space is ampliﬁed in volume and ﬂair.
The wall separating the kitchen from the living area was taken down and replaced with glass panels, making the two integral sections of the home appear more seamless (and sleeker) in feel. The kitchen is deliberately kept simple yet elegant; functionality and ample storage space were main considerations. White cabinets with drawers line the perimeter of the kitchen, while an island counter takes pride of place in the centre.
The master bedroom is carved into two distinct areas – the sleeping area and walk-in wardrobe. Carpeted ﬂooring and wallpaper transform the space into a luxe yet restful boudoir. The bedroom is lengthened by adding a divider just behind the bed for the placement of the side table, allowing for more walk-in wardrobe space. Styled to resemble the shelves of a chic boutique, the closet space sports customised compartments (with pullout trays and drawers) on both sides, and is illuminated by vertical light strips for a sophisticated vibe.
This monochrome colour scheme exudes luxury.
The home feels airy despite the darker hues, thanks to the natural light streaming in.
Glass windows and doors allow cooking fumes to be contained, without compromising the openness of the space.
Accessories and furniture with clean lines match the linear design elements throughout the house.
The kitchen is a contrasting space with its all-white cabinetry.
In the guestroom, ambient lighting was cleverly designed as part of the headboard.
Carved into two distinct sections – the sleeping area and the walk-in wardrobe – the master bedroom was done up to look plush and ultra-comfy with furnishings such as carpeting and wallpaper.
The walk-in closet space comes with customised compartments (with pullout trays and drawers) on both sides, and is illuminated by vertical light strips for a sophisticated vibe.
The headboard comes with display niches for the owners to exhibit their favourite knick knacks, books and accessories. A huge mirror visually enhances the space.
Niches in the shower and vanity area keep the master bathroom clutter-free. Glass, mirrors and a white theme keep the space clean and blissfully airy.