WHO LIVES HERE
A couple in their 40s
HOME A one-bedroom condominium in North Singapore
SIZE 527 sq ft
Is it possible to squeeze a loft into a one-bedroom condominium unit with a 3.75m ceiling without it feeling cramped? As Carmen Tang, founder of Wolf Woof, illustrates in this 527 sq ft home in North Singapore, you can. The owners, a couple in their 40s working in the automobile industry, had a short but specific wish list. In addition to a clean Japanese style with wall cladding, they wanted a loft space. The Japanese look was easy, but the loft's construction was more challenging because of the unit's height, Carmen shares.
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