PTang Studio was established in 1997 and engages in a diverse scope of projects, ranging from small scale residential, show flat design to large scale commercial works like corporate headquarters and movie launching functions. As a professional consultant, the team is actively involved a wide range of projects in Hong Kong, China, Japan, Singapore, and The UK.
PTang Studio’s philosophy is being modest and getting back to basics. This dynamic team specialises in designing personalised, stylish, and functional spaces to create the most befitting and comfortable atmosphere for their clients by truly understanding their individual preferences. Their mission is to seek the finest quality and innovations, develop a fresh and unique style that transcends conventional boundaries, and widen the horizon of design in the visionary future. Their excellence and quality of work in interior design are reflected in their well-deserved reputation established worldwide.
Located at the prime location in Singapore, Leedon Green defines understated luxury for one’s desirable future home. Mastering the use of natural materials, composited in three different schemes for different units, is the key for creating a timeless lifestyle.
To celebrate the distinctive conceptualized tree house architectural form of the sales gallery, the interior wooden feature with refined details, highlighted with deliberately selected furniture, creates a strong connection with the surrounding natural elements.
Colors and tactility of the materials are also important composition of a calm resort-like atmosphere. Veneer panels and screen with wooden stripes with black stainless steel contrast with the dark grey marble floor.
At the reception, the hanging feature is a conceptualized representation of the movement of nature when catches wind. In the discussion area, the details of the interlocking ceiling feature together with the splendid lighting fixture adds on a luxurious touch to the spatial quality.
Designer: PTang Studio
IL PICCO HOUSE 15
In Confucianism, human is an integral part of nature. Living with balance with nature is the true celestial beauty of living. To celebrate the magnificent landscape and the harmony emanated in the neighborhood, modern Chinese style is the key design direction for House 15.
‘方圓 ; 正對’ , ‘Contrast and balance’, reveals the poetic narration of the concept and the composition of the design. While balance is achieved in the symmetric arrangement of wall finishes, curvy and round-shaped loose furniture contrasts with the rectangular wall paneling and feature, yet adds on a sense of harmony in the space as a whole.
In the living room, grey and beige wall finishes with embellishment of blue décor creates a peaceful atmosphere. Chinese elements are blended in a subtle way through the details and pattern of the chequered resin panel and screen. Among the rectangular elements, cluster of circles gather above the dining table become the focal point. More importantly, light and shadow casted through the screens creates intimate spatial interaction with the exterior.
The bedrooms are featured with the imposing Chinese style. The secondary master bedroom is opened to a panoramic view of the hill ridges and sea. Chinese painting printed on leather narrates the thrifty and bustle life of old days.
The scale of the drawings not only demonstrates sophistication, but also captures and reflects opposite view of landscape. Earth tone color highlighted with mustard-yellow and green furniture further enhance the fusion of the interior spatial quality and the scenery outside.
The concept of contrast and balance continues to be unfolded in the master bedroom. Structure is well-defined with the bold stainless steel frames while softness is found in the feature wallpaper and rug with conceptualized patterns of the Chinese landscape drawings.
Designer: PTang Studio