5 Things You Should Know This Week: 19 October 2015

Just the latest news in interior design, architecture, and anything home and living to start your week off right

Updated on June 12, 2017 20:06 pm

Camyl Besinga


1. Customise the furniture piece you want from InItaly. InItaly allows buyers to customise the furniture pieces they want, and still get the same level of luxury they expect in items they will be placing in their homes. Plus, InItaly provides an extraordinary service of hunting down pieces they want from Italy and bringing them over here in SG. Visit their store in ION Orchard.


2. Get High-tech Heating from Ariston. No need to constantly readjust the temperature of your water through traditional water heaters. The new Ariston EIWH heaters are equipped with the latest technology—sensors and pre-sets—that will allow users to pre-set their desired water temperature, making your use of the shower more comfortable, and energy-efficient. Ariston new EIWH series can be purchased from all authorised dealers in Singapore, available from $199.


3. Let these luxury luminaires light up your homes. Modular Lighting Instruments and Luceplan are now in Singapore, thanks to Philips Lighting, the global leader in lighting. Both Luceplan and Modular range of lighting solutions are available for sale and on display at the Philips Lighting Experience Centre (620A Lorong 1 Toa Payoh TP4 Building Level 1, Singapore 319762) and Million Lighting’s Showroom (203 Kallang Bahru, Singapore 339340) starting 15 October.


4. Take down notes on making your small kitchen wheelchair-accessible. This renovated home in Boston now allows its wheelchair-bound homeowner to comfortably use and wheel around the previously cramped kitchen—and even provided sufficient storage space while opening up the 90-square-foot area to accommodate other residents of the home. More details on Dwell.


5. Chairs that look like line drawings? You bet, and these chairs by Russian designer Nissa Kinzhalina are sure to draw attention in your home. Created to look like unfinished line drawings from the side, they feature a framework composed of powder-coated metal rods joined together to give the appearance of a continuous strip. More details here.


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Cover photo courtesy of Royal Philips


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