Luxury Made Simple
Nature Inspirations. Being inexplicably drawn to design that stays gracefully relevant despite durée, we are convinced that there is luxury in simplicity.
“Dark interior and a missing kitchen are the highlights of this apartment.”
“He liked walls the color of some creature’s muted underside or the soft inner petal of a plant, slippery leather banquettes and a silky curl of gravlax served on a slick white plate.”
Get rid of everything that is not essential to making a point. This is a studio space where I beat creative burnout as well as a home that I look forward coming back to.
“A project that pushes the limits of minimalism, a case study of simplicity in living with a multifaceted interior design.”
The Middle Room
What looks like a room within a shophouse holds a self-contained bachelor pad.
A home should be, first and foremost, a sanctuary. A place where tranquility rules; A place where distraction disappear; A place where the mind and body rejuvenate. The interiors will be timeless, simple yet luxurious. A focus on materials, proportions and detailing gives way to expansive views, allowing the glorious surrounding to take centre stage.
Journey through the hotel, rising from the bottom of mountain with rivers, through a forest and up into the clouds. An imaginative concept and an innovative interior unlike any other, The Hesong is poised to be a new icon of understated sophistication in Nansha, Guangzhou – and perhaps for the world too.
“932 Design is a collective ‘driven by an admiration for delicately complex craftsmanship behind what usually seems deceptively simple.’ This apartment clearly reflects this ethos, expressed in every element from the large gestures to the smallest detail.”
Luo Jingmei, Design Anthology
A simple curve that reflects the reminiscent of gentle waves by the sea. Coming Soon.
“To successfully instil texture variance in a substantial number of materials and elements, all the while offering a final result as an exercise in minimalism as well as indulgence is a rare treat.”
Gardens By The Bay
“Of all the rooms in the standard house, the dining room is perhaps the most ritualistic. As a room that’s organised to serve a specific function — for people to, well, dine in — it’s the space that easily comes to mind when one thinks of family gatherings or holiday occasions.”