It was first a sausage factory. Then it became a photography studio and post-production office, before two expats turned it into a stunning shophouse that they call home now. -Cromly
Royston envisioned his apartment as a blank canvas that allows him to change his environment whenever he likes, very much like living on a film set. -Home & Decor
This impossibly colourful apartment’s over-the-top decor is the designer’s take on underground spaces. -Home & Decor
Some people have renovated their homes by adding walkways for cats while some have attached guards over windows to prevent their pets from escaping. -The Japan News
Married couple Ericson and Kelly Gangoso have turned a once-filthy flat into an inviting, industrial-style abode. -ST
Expatriate Mitsuya Nakata's flat in Beach Road has lots in common with his old apartment in Tokyo. -BT
Striking geometric motifs and shades of grey give this otherwise simple home an edgy twist. -Home & Decor
Taking inspiration from retro, Mid-Century Modern, Peranakan and traditional Chinese styles, colour is king in this adventurous home. -Home & Decor
Check out this serene sanctuary filled with wooden furnishings and nostalgic knick-knacks. -BT
Once you get through the office's entrance, the space is open plan with a contemporary-styled kopitiam. Shared spaces includes a cafe-style setting, with benches and beanbags for breakout meetings. -Vulcan Post and AsiaOne