As our lifestyles become increasingly fluid, so must our homes. Rather than defining and decorating a room with a single function in mind, spaces are becoming increasingly flexible. Take this light-filled room for example. Part of an architect-designed home on the outskirts of Singapore, it features a series of individual pieces, creating a flexible layout that can easily adapt to different needs and activities.
Storage – an essential element of multifunctional spaces – is provided by our brand-new TAIPEI sideboard and matching tall cabinet. Both employ a clean-cut profile elevated with fluted door fronts and contrasting shades of solid wood and veneer. These help to anchor the space, which is filled with designs that are easy to move and rearrange as required.
Flexible seating comes in the form of the loveseat-style KANSAS sofa, which invites you to curl up in absolute comfort; the HYDRA chair, which blends a plump seat with a supportive curved back; and the upholstered ASHI stool, which can also double a pouf or side table. Elsewhere, the CADIZ coffee table and BERLIN side table, are two designs that are both made up of twin volumes, which can sit separately or overlap, offering greater versatility, while the botanical silk HUE rug adds superior softness underfoot.
Ensuring a sense of style and harmony at all times is a soothing and timeless palette of beige tones, dark wood and highlights of brushed brass, while tall plants add an organic note and the final touch.