Stillz Residence

Residential - Condominium Unit
Ground Floor Unit (1528 ft²)
From the design details, colours and material selections, our expert design team at Copper Associates gave the apartment an industrial look.   One of the keys to industrial interior design is exposing and highlighting the existing structural elements of a building. This means exposing pipes, beams, and the like. Unfinished elements are especially put on display. Making use of different textures and rustic warm lights, the interior showcases neutral tones, utilitarian objects and wood and metal surfaces. Our designers focused on selecting pieces that are as much as about function as style.   The spaces are also kept in maximum comfort and aesthetic level. It is about rooms that not only make the owner feel most at ease, but they also expresses the best of who the owner is. The interior reflects the owner’s personal style and creative direction. Something you’ll find a lot: warm wood – a rustic industrial décor staple. For the bathroom area, textures were added using interesting tile effects to give the space an aged look and feel. The uneven finish mixes with detailed wall mirror, wooden vessel sink and soft lighting make the bathroom look richer in design.   The end result is a “warehouse look” that combines a true industrial feel with a range of other styles, from the earthy to the polished. This look isn’t just for “unfinished” spaces. In fact, many design enthusiasts who celebrate upscale interiors are incorporating industrial style into their homes through features such as stainless steel surfaces, metal light fixtures and vintage furniture.
Design-Build - Full ID, Wood Works, Styling
Completed in 2015
Industrial & Scandinavian
Lorong 108 Changi / East Coast