A Singapore Apartment Renovation Inspired by Water’s Tranquility
When creating the concept behind the Ripple Apartment in Singapore, Right Angle Studio sought to evoke the tranquility of water. The original layout has been replaced with a modern, light-filled setup, while the overall design feels calm and serene. Natural materials and neutral shades create a cohesive look throughout without being drab.
A custom marble dining table is paired with four beige-colored Drop chairs with black legs from Fritz Hansen. The angled base of the table mimics the splayed nature of the chair’s legs.
The fluted wood detail on the front of the bar carries over to the storage door fronts, along with complementary wood panels forming the walls and ceiling. Black appliances and bar stool round out the look of the minimalist kitchen.
Continuing down the wooden corridor at the end is the living room with access to a balcony. A lime-washed accent wall becomes the backdrop for the television. On the opposite side of the room, a custom sofa with built-in bookshelves on either side provides seating for TV watching.
The staircase itself is its own work of art, complete with a built-in bench and custom handrail.
As one ascends the stairs, the design theme visually comes alive with a tranquil seascape canvas by artist Lynda Laird adorning the wall.
On the second floor, a pair of bedrooms with window openings look out over the stairs.
Photos by Studio Periphery.