Rayson from Starry Homestead transformed this home by dictating major layout changes and softening the hard edges of its awkward shape.
They say the kitchen is the heart of the home. For this four-room HDB flat in Ang Mo Kio, it is also the most hardworking space.
From one big space cluttered with many items, Rex from Starry Homestead created several functional zones linked visually by materials and colours.
In this series of blogposts, we feature six real-life spaces which underwent an extreme makeover as part of Mediacorp Channel 8’s new home makeover show House Everything. Lamitak proudly sponsored the laminates featured in these stunning transformations.
If you haven’t explored the groundbreaking interior design application Lamitak Homes at the Lamitak Studio, here’s what you’re missing!
Technology is disrupting many industries, including that of interior design. As photo renderings get hyper realistic and virtual reality applications become more commonplace, homeowners no longer have to tax their imagination in trying to visualise what their stamp-sized material samples will look like in their home.
TAK (parent company of Lamitak) threw an exclusive party in Bangkok recently for 1,800 guests, in an highly-anticipated annual event that rewards our valued business partners in Southeast Asia.
Interior design inspiration can come from many sources – homes, offices, even material showrooms such as Spac3!
Lamitak laminates play an important role in the design of casual halal Thai eatery Saap Saap Thai’s new outlet at Funan Mall, and we spoke to its designer Tan Wee Meng of U:phoria Architecture and Designs to find out why.
Lots of greenery dot the airy sunlit space and guests will feel like they’ve stepped into someone’s industrial-chic home instead. Take a look at SPAC3 here!