Posted on Mon, 15 Jul 2013 by KiM

FARM is a multi-disciplinary firm based in Singapore, whose work includes interior design and architecture. The Brick Loft is a fun project of theirs where a second floor office was converted into an industrial loft. The perfect home for anyone into very graphic designs, as there are several brick-wall effects throughout the space.

Here is another project of theirs that caught my eye. Serving as the home for an architectural academic, her family and an enormous collection of books, meant that the study had to come first. The house was built in the late 1960s and we wanted to keep the original feel of those terrace houses with its generous balconies and bedrooms. The study was given pride of place at the front of the house on the ground floor, facing a new walled garden, and the rest of the house fell naturally into place.

Jamil says:

Beautiful house !
One of my favorites, colors, stairs, spaces, I love everything here!
Great job to FARM

Dana says:

LOVE the three chairs together around the trunk! Would be thrilled to have just one of them, but three is amazing!

The Office Stylist says:

I adore the staircase. I love looking at homes that break away from traditions and norms. Also, I really loved that the house looks like it flows from inside to outside pretty seamlessly.

–Sayeh, The Office stylist

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