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D E C O R A T I O N S

PRIMARY HUES!

BRING IN THE BRIGHTS & WAYS TO KEEP IT MODERN

FULL ON LUXE

DISCOVERING & LOVING EXTREME CHIC

SPECIAL!

kitchens + bathrooms

52 PAGES OF THE LATEST TRENDS & LOOKS FOR THE HARDEST WORKING ROOMS IN THE HOUSE


SIMPLE PLEASURES

boosting the cookhouse

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CELEBRATE THE HEART OF THE HOME WITH THESE PRAGMATIC KITCHEN WARES.

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1. GIMME’ A HAND Add some pizzazz to your next dinner sitting with these delightful wooden salad tossers – whoever said salad was boring? Available at The Good Things. / 2. FRUITY FLAIR Shaped like a piece of fruit, this stunning recherché glass covered bowl provides ample storage for your food produce. Plus, you’ll never forget what you’ve left inside! Available at Gilt & Folly. / 3. HUMBLE TUMBLERS

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Make your next hot beverage with these oh-so-lovable neutral toned ceramic tumblers, coming in sizes big and small. Available at Make Room. / 4. SLICE IT

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NICE For an unconventional twist, try out Kikkerland’s utility cake cutter that bands whimsical novelty with functionality. Available at The Good Things. / 5. OH GOLLY! Need to maximize your storage and work-top space? This elegant and chic kitchen trolley is a mobile solution that does both! Available from Make Room. 6. A PAR ABOVE Give your kitchen some stylish flair with these eloquent glass storage jars, ideal for keeping your prepspace tastefully organized. Available at Make Room.

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4. SAY YOU SAW IT IN DECORATIONS Gilt & Folly, www.proof.com.sg Make Room, make-room.net The Good Things, www.thegoodthings.com.sg

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essential eames

Essential Eames brings more than just a collection of their timeless furniture creations. For the first time in Asia Pacific, rare and never-before-seen works from the Eames’ family collection, The Eames Office and Herman Miller archives are on display. Additionally, original paintings by Ray Eames, selected films from over 125 produced by Charles and Ray, an original segment of the Eames’ 1961 exhibition, Mathematica, the couples’ most loved toys such

Capturing the spirit and philosophy behind the most famous couple in design, Charles and Ray Eames…

The highly anticipated Essential Eames: A Herman Miller

as the interactive and innovative House of Cards will also

Exhibition has finally touched base on our sunny island

be on display.

and it is a showcase you would not want to miss. Based on the book, An Eames Primer by the pair’s

Set to run till 5th January 2014 at the Marina Bay Sands’ Art Science Museum, the Essential Eames: A Herman

grandson Eames Demetrios, the exhibition traces the

Miller Exhibition gives unique insight into Charles and Ray

life and work of the prolific husband-and-wife design

Eames’ extensive works and their legacy as design icons

team, Charles and Ray Eames. Co-presented by the Art

who “…change[d] the way the 20th Century sat down”. For

Science Museum and the global furniture company

additional details and ticketing information, visit

Herman Miller with the California-based Eames Office,

www.marinabaysands.com/ArtScienceMuseum

formica forever Have you ever wondered about the origins and future of the laminates around you? Hitting bookstores worldwide, Formica Forever is here Group, the inventor of laminates, it captures the company’s

taking up arms

100-year evolution and successful global design through

Yes, the women are taking

cultural shifts, economic uncertainties, trend exploration

up arms but no, it’s not

and global growth. Designed by Abbot Miller, its 408-page

the Bastilles that they are

draws inspiration from a 1960s Formica brand laminate

storming this time. Today,

swatch book, giving the cumbersome coffee-table book

their fight is against a

concept a fresh and innovative twist.

more insidious enemy – breast

to show and tell. A commemorative book for Formica

Stand up for the women, stand up against breast cancer.

Without grandiosity, it celebrates Formica’s 100 years

cancer; and joining the battle needle-ready, are the good

of worldwide visual assets whilst lending an authoritative

women at Noel, a leading household linen brand in Paris.

but lively approach to the various Formica Group

Headed by Adeline Dieudonne, CEO of Noel, they are

storylines that have unfolded over the course of the last

coming alongside the “Le Cancer du Sein, Parlons-en!”

century. This includes essays by Phil Patton on global

(Breast Cancer, Let’s Talk About It) association in their 20th

business expansion, Alexandra Lange on Modernist

year of campaigning to increase awareness of breast-

Design Legacy and Peter York on Cultural Impact.

cancer screening amongst women. The campaign, aptly

An interesting read and an aesthetic pleasure, Formica

named, Octobre Rose, will take place throughout October

Forever is available at the bookstore near you. Alternatively,

this year. As such, Noel has designed little cushions in

you can acquire it at www.artbook.com

organza with the famous pink ribbon embroidered on by hand and scented with a fragrance created uniquely for the cause. A best-seller, each cushion will be sold at 30 Euros and for every one purchased in October, Noel will be donating 5 Euros to the association and its research works on breast cancer. So if you’re going to be in Paris this October, be sure to A new book to depict the birth…

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give your support. For more information and their elegant product range, visit www.noel-paris.com


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A PIONEER SOUL THAT’S BLAZED THE PATH OF HOSPITALITY ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN.

Chris Chua Associate Director of Architecture & Design for BLINK

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TEXT BY CHANEL MORGAN

hospitable virtue

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ithin the Asian and Middle Eastern regions, Chris Chua has made his mark

as one of the most prominent and leading architectural designers, earning a reputation for his forefront design projects. Born and raised on our little red dot, he is often described as a character that is full of colour and cultured taste, adorning a personality that is both facetious and inspiringly intriguing. Chris finds satisfaction in seeing design jobs

GOOD HOTEL DESIGN SHOULD TRANSCEND THE PURELY AESTHETIC TO A REALM WHERE SPACE, FORM, INTIMACY, GRANDEUR, SENSES AND TECHNOLOGY OFFER A HOLISTIC, LIVING REPRIEVE.

through from concept to completion, relished by

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN FOR BLINK, CHRIS CHUA

as a team to gather facts and to find something

the fact that he can turn his hand to architecture in all its shapes and forms. “For me the thrill is being faced with a fresh challenge and the chance to apply my knowledge in different ways. From tented naturalist villas to cool urban chic hotels, and from minimalist to opulent, every project is a signature within itself”. Nested under the roof of the renowned architecture and branding firm BLINK, he was recently appointed as the associate director of architecture and branding. It is where he has formed a prolifically entertaining and creative partnership with his long-time comrade Clint Nagata, founder and creative director of BLINK. Being self-confessed workaholics, the duo work that rings true in everyone’s heart – “imagery


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sketches, scribbled thoughts on post-it notes, half

job - “predictably surprising”, suggests his partner

remembered details of a dream: it’s all part of the

Clint with a smile: “That’s Chris”.

brainstorming process, which is where the magic happens”, says Chris.

Being a hospitality habitué, Chris has managed to epitomize and enrich a sense of stunning

Chris came from a modest home, working

opulent serenity into each of his luxury hotel

part-time in a hotel to help make ends meet –

and resort projects – the sort that leaves you

that is when he truly fell in love with hospitality.

wishing you had booked a few extra nights. In his

Subsequently, he interned with Eco.id Design

words, “Good hotel design should transcend the

Consultancy and quite naturally, progressed to

purely aesthetic to a realm where space, form,

study architecture at NUS.

intimacy, grandeur, senses and technology offer

During his nine years at Edo.id and Space

a holistic, living reprieve”; that is exactly what you

Matrix, Chris honed in on his feel-based approach

can expect. His upcoming projects will feature a

and focused on resorts, some of which included

resort in Bali for The Luxury Collection; The Regent

The Shangri-La Saadiyat Beach, Abu Dhabi, and

Clearwater Bay Resort & Residences; Hilton Resort

Nikki Beach Resort, Qatar.

Goa and the Marriot Resort, Sanya; and Benxi Hot

Since joining BLINK, he has acquitted his inexorable talent onto Qbe@Gole in New Delhi, an

Springs in Liaoning. With Chris’ mélange of intrinsic talent, deep-

unconventional design that towers into the skies

seated passions for the aesthetics, expect nothing

by setting townhouses on top of one another. His

short of a purely luxurious experience set in a

inspirations derive from the absence of critique,

saccharine vanilla paradise that appeases your

allowing him to subconsciously absorb his

senses all round. In essence, he believes “the first

surroundings. “I tend to switch off my design mind

sketch is often the truest”, and after a moment’s

- If I analyze the space, I can never be inspired by

pause, he left us with his final impressions - “those

it”, Chris reveals.

first scribbled lines are often what shape and

Like many creatively talented masterminds, Chris prefers to rely on instinct and doesn’t have a distinct style; he designs what is appropriate by creating something unique and new with each

define a vision. The truth can be there at first sight,

LEFT TO RIGHT_Benxi Spa: Overlooking a breathtaking backdrop, this villa’s impeccable location boasts an outstanding panorama, oozing a sedate and temperate atmosphere that’s pictureperfect for a restful night. Conrad Sanya Haitang Bay: Nothing says luxury like a touch of gold and marble; these beautifully trimmed lounge chairs add an extra touch of extravagance to this spacious foyer, while a contemporary water feature compels you to unwind in luxe tranquillity. Regent Bali: Take in the night’s alluring ambience as floor lights illuminate the outdoor lobby lounge for an immaculately placid effect. Jumeirah Dhevanafushi: Open views of the patio, pool and ocean are emphasized by long horizontals and soaring ceilings, opening up the skies by sanctioning harmonious flow of space, creating the illusion of outdoor dining. Jumeirah Dhevanafushi: Earthy elements in the series of wall divisions emulate modern sophistication and style, reinforced by symmetrical patterns that create powerful visual boundaries that defines each space beautifully.

like love, if one is brave enough the grasp it”. SAY YOU SAW IT IN DECORATIONS BLINK Design Group, www.blinkdg.com

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pamper zone SENSUAL & SPIRITUAL SANCTUARIES.

A decadent setting of healing, imagination and transformation, the bathroom is taciturn space of pacific flow and serenity; a place to unwind as our day unravels. It is where we come to face our naked selves, the native desolate mechanics of our bodies and the sacred element of water, that awakens, restores and purifies our souls. Whether you’re disengaged, weary, stressed or drained, this peaceful refuge offers us a private sanctum to withdraw to; it is here that we escape from the rest of world, only to emerge rejuvenated, revitalized and reborn. TEXT BY CHANEL MORGAN

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VISUAL ESSAY

purity for tranquility Create a soft beautiful energy with velvety light tones, symbolic crafts and natural elements to satisfy, revitalize and soothe your spirits.

ALL-WHITE DELIGHT The Regent Phuket: This spacious open bathroom basks in nature’s splendour. Designed by BLINK Design Group.

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LOVERS BATEAU Revel and indulge in luxury with this free standing bath tub from the Axor Massaud collection. The waves and the curves of its shell-shaped poise envelope your rarefied being in a pacified cocoon of relaxation and serenity. Available at Hansgrohe.

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VISUAL ESSAY

HEREIN BASIN

GLISTEN OF EDEN

Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud,

This gorgeous ethereal ornament thwarts all the

this washbasin single handle

predisposed ideas about table lamps; lit from

mixer tap has a delicate and sheer

underneath, these porcelain white orchids create a

semblance making it an alluring and

wonderful illumination that eloquently enhances

tastefully cultured bathroom piece.

the surrounding space. The Orchid Cymbidium

Available from Hansgrohe.

Collection, designed by Jeremy Cole.

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fertility for serenity Use a mixture of natural materials and decor in your bathroom for a balanced quixotic ambience, transuding sensualism and holistic energy throughout the space.

ARDOR FOR TEXTURE A harmonious balance of light and dark woods together creates a visually salient contrast, preserving a spiritual flow of rustic elegance. Designed by Sara Lavoine. 44 decorations | volume 95


VISUAL ESSAY

WIELD THE TEAL Woven with 100% cotton, these ultra soft teal toned bath towels serve as beautiful accent to any nature inspired bathroom. Available at Crate & Barrel.

SUBTLY DUPLE Practical, efficient and eco-friendly, this bamboo towel rack and chair will compliment your bathroom nicely while saving you space. Available from Ikea.

ON DECK Dark wood floor decking emanates a rustically rich and sombre milieu, affably forming dynamic relationships with other wooden elements, tones and subtleties. Available at Ikea.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN DECORATIONS BLINK Design Group, www.blinkdg.com Crate & Barrel, www.crateandbarrel.com Hansgrohe Singapore, www.hansgrohe.com.sg Ikea Singapore, www.ikea.com.sg Jeremy Cole, www.jeremycole.net Sara Lavoine, www.sarahlavoine.com

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if i were a designer... A PEEK INTO THE HOME OF AN INTERIOR PROFESSIONAL.

TOP How do designers live? What would make up their homes? | FACING PAGE The urban escape.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY EDWARD HENDRICKS | TEXT BY BELLE CHUNG

A ceiling of wood and a backdrop of bespoke wood panelled wall set against lush greenery, this outdoor space is well poised to entertain.

T

hese are the people who conceptualized

lovely ladies of drive and vision. They are Selina

your dream home and designed your

Tay, Director and Principle Designer of interior

kitchen space. Whether you are just refurbishing

design firm Collective Design and Calsia Lee,

your old home or renovating a new one, they have

Managing Director of kitchen and wardrobe

always worked tirelessly to deliver a beautiful

carpentry specialist, Mudian. Touching base with

home, catered in accordance to your dreams and

Selina and Calsia, who are business partners of 20

desires. Here at DCRS, we consistently feature

years are also great friends, residing under one

products of their works, ogling at all the creative

roof, alongside Selina’s sister. Given two creative

genius that went into each project across talents,

powerhouses within a singular space, like you, our

island wide. Naturally then, we began to wonder:

curiosity was definitely piqued.

Just how do the abodes of interior designers look

Perched on Mimosa Crescent, we were taken

like? What are their personal preferences and how

into aesthetic paradise. A visage of elegance and

would they have incorporated it into the canvas

opulence, the home is breath-taking. Impressive

that is their home space?

is the availability of space, made more prominent

Our curiosity landed us in the home of two

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by its open concept. Truly gorgeous is the pristine


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One to pay attention to details, Calsia has lovingly, cleverly armed each cabinetry opening with soft closing devices.

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LEFT TO RIGHT Hailing from Italy, Selina and Calsia’s sofa set beckons with organic appeal and plush luxury. | Where height is beauty and old things are precious, Selina and Calsia wisely retained the old architectural structure of their abode. | Artfully, the stairs lead you into the private enclaves.

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spread of white full across its living room and foyer. Luxurious indeed, is its balance of life and style, comfort and class. Throughout the abode’s expansive space, we find ourselves consistently romanced by its charismatic aesthetic and embraced in its lucid warmth of home. In conceptualizing the space, Selina and Calsia agreed on three things. They wanted to keep the aesthetics clutter-free whilst steeping it in the theme of contemporary classicism. Here, simplicity must take centre stage. They also desired for the home to possess both wet and dry kitchens. But of course, right – given that Calsia runs her own carpentry business? Well, almost. This third requirement actually stemmed out of the duo’s love for cooking, and hosting frequent gatherings and home parties for friends and family over the weekends. Their social hobby is reiterated through the open plan concept of their abode. In fact, such is its interior architectural lay-out that the eye is blessed with a full view of the living room, dining area and kitchen from the foyer. So how then did they go about realizing their own dream home? Designed by Selina, she tells us that it all lies in artfully playing and balancing contrasts through a keen knowledge of materials, their textual properties and interior architecture. At every turn, opulence must meet with homely humility; classicism necessarily marries modernism; and height complements depth in elegant equilibrium.

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Two things we love: the quiet boldness of the dark wooden floor and the subtlety of the wallpaper.

Pixellated blue hues, the luxurious shower experience goes beyond touch and sound, to include sight.

First to testify to this is the entertainment space

outset takes on an industrial-chic schematic.

of their lavish abode. The use of pearly white

Wide and spacious, it is equipped with three

marble slabs as flooring simultaneously evokes

ovens (a big oven for baking, one steam oven and

Greek classicism and modern affluence. Paired

a combination oven), two refrigerators, a large

with a simple but tasteful fabric sofa and plush

induction hob, an equally industrious gas stove and

grey carpet, the contemporary outset is further

plenty of storage. Built in white-wash melamine, a

enhanced. Likewise, whilst wooden window

moisture and scratch-resistant material, and quartz

panels, grooved doors and cabinetry, and wood

counter-top, it creates workable space and makes

panelled ceiling recall colonialist nostalgia, its coat

for easy cleaning. Smart and sleek, all cabinetry are

of white where traditional hues of dark mahogany

bespoke from Mudian.

once dominated, revives this 1800 classic with contemporary zest.

A designer’s home indeed, it ideally incorporates life into style and balances utility

Now if the living area is a dream, the kitchen

with design. Of breath-taking aesthetics, the

space is every home chef’s wonderland. In both

home is undoubtedly a strong testament of

wet and dry kitchens, tactful space-planning and

Selina’s creative prowess. Touting first-class

quality workmanship ensure that form meets

workmanship and uncompromising quality, it also

function at every point. Moving as a fluid design

bears witness to the high standards and artisanal

inspiration, the dry kitchen maintains a classic

roots of Calsia and Mudian.

contemporary look with its matte lacquered finish and sliding cabinets furnished with LED lights. Wander into the wet kitchen and the aesthetic

SAY YOU SAW IT IN DECORATIONS Collective Designs Pte Ltd, www.collectivedesigns.com.sg

In dramatic complement, the wooden bed posts draw the eye up whilst evoking a subtle 18th Century nostalgia.

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perfectly edged TEXT BY BELLE CHUNG

T

he conceptualization of your

it in Sunyu. Offering more than 295

Its high gloss mirror effect, eco-

kitchen space does not stop at

different edge-band colours and some

consciousness and high resistance to

the construct of its carcass. In the same

92 gloss acrylic finishes, Sunyu clearly

wear and tear. The fruit of its aesthetics

way, quality and functionality should not

understands the necessity for beauty.

results from a keen process of bonding,

be limited to the carcass alone. It must

Combine this with state-of-the-art

cutting, perimeter sealing and

extend over and about its exterior. That’s

technology and a team of highly skilled,

polishing. Equally attractive and none

right; we are talking about the surfaces

dedicated employees, and it becomes

so costly as painted brush products,

of your kitchen systems. In as much as

evident that Sunyu makes a serious

a carcass system surface donned in

the outward appearance of the system

case of their work quality and product

Eligere acrylic panels translate into a

is responsible for the overall visual

functionality. All of this culminates

kitchen of contemporary sophistication.

appeal of your kitchen space, it is also

across each of their product ranges.

Made from a mix of E1 plywood with

Take their latest Eligere acrylic

formaldehyde, which is kept at minimum

responsible for ensuring meaningful utility and sustainable quality. For this purpose, we sourced far and wide for that perfect fit; and we found

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collection for example. A trendy yet

level, Sunyu’s Eligere collection takes

hardy substitute for coloured glass,

extra care to create a green and healthy

the Eligere is unique for three things:

environment to you. Now, whilst we all


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know that formaldehyde is crucial in

only are the Eligere acrylics resistant

uncompromising quality, Sunyu is one

building materials and producing many

to light, chemical wear and physical

of the leading providers of Edgebands

household products, the minimal usage

tear, it is touts a strong resistance

and Eligere Panels. They began as a

of it here does not translate to poor

to humidity and boasts of water

furniture manufacturing company under

quality of product. Abiding strictly to

repellent characteristics. Putting the

the name Lian Soon Hing Furniture in

their product philosophy – Quality in

claim to the test, Sunyu steeped their

Defu Lane in 1994, and dealt mainly

the workspace and in the environment

panels in water and exposed it to

in residential project. The company’s

– Sunyu goes the extra mile by adopting

high humidity levels. The result: An

decision to expand into edge-banding

PUR bonding processes. This Germany

absence of bloat in the panels despite

in 1999 was pivotal in propelling them

imported technology simultaneously

6 long hours of exposure. Specially

to greater heights and attaining national

enhances bonding strength and

and carefully selected, Sunyu’s acrylics

renown. Today, with a third branch

alleviates surface flatness of panels.

are of optimum grade and guarantee

in Northlink Building and the latest

longevity of aesthetics and utility.

in imported edge-band technology,

Such application of sealing methodology works perfectly in favour of our high humidity climate. Not

Recognised for their unwavering commitment to superior service and

Sunyu’s competitive edge is one to be reckoned with.

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Polished, sleek and contemporary, the Eligere range of acrylics will have your kitchen gleaming with modern glee. Eligere door panels are manufactured to the highest quality with PMMA High Gloss Acrylic laminated onto plywood substrate. Available in a range of solid, metallic and wood-grain finishing, your kitchen counters are visual delights with its unprecedented flatness and fine glossy surface. Its solid compact built ensures suitability whilst fuss-free maintenance promises sustainability for residential living.

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TEXT BY BELLE CHUNG

THE CASE OF 5 OVENS IN OUR DAY AND AGE, NO KITCHEN IS COMPLETE WITHOUT AT LEAST ONE OF THESE. IN PICKING OUT THE BEST OF KITCHEN APPLIANCES WE ABIDED BY A RULE OF THUMB: IT MUST BE ERGONOMIC. SIMPLY PUT, THE PRODUCT OF CHOICE MUST NECESSARILY BE EASY TO USE, EFFICIENT AND DURABLE.

DE DIETRICH POLY OVEN DOM1195W Diego Chiarini, Chef de Cuisine at OSO Ristorante swears by it, calling it “his indispensable kitchen companion”. With full electronic intelligent touch controls and a matrix animated display against a white LED backlit control panel, this hard worker masterfully combines the versatility of a multifunction oven and the practicality of a microwave. A super combi-microwave, it is love at first sight for all who want to prepare hearty meals in a hurry.

SHARP HEALSIO WATER OVEN AX1500V

DE DIETRICH STEAM OVEN DOV1145B

Beneath its endearing built lies a revolutionary technology

From their stunningly classy Corium collection comes an

that delivers effective cooking. Using only water, this sturdy

oven that understands efficiency and effectiveness like no

oven can roast, grill, bake and more without compromising

other. Equipped with a two-tier streaming tray, it is able

on taste and keeping health in check. We’re not exaggerating

to prepare different healthy cuisines at the same time

– this water oven has the amazing ability to retain vitamins in

and offers to keep your food warm for up to an hour after

food whilst reducing fat and calories. Equipped with odour-

cooking. Armed with refined technology, it minimizes the

removing coating and steam clean function, its fuss-free

risks of overcooking, whether you’re steaming, reheating,

maintenance adds to your cooking joy.

rehydrating, defrosting or blanching.

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DE-DIETRICH MULTIFUNCTION PLUS PYROCLEAN COLOUR MATRICS OVEN DOP1180X Made of glass and stainless steel, matched with a black on white metric screen, this oven is as avant-garde as it is suave. Its Pyroclean automatic cleaning feature aside, it has a capacity of 60 litres, nine functions and more than 20 pre-programmed dishes. Simply decide on what you’d like to be cooking and you’ll have perfect culinary results at the tip of your finger!

TEKA HA 855 MULTI-FUNCTION OVEN Mixing state-of-the-art technology with elegance and beauty, TEKA’s multi-function oven is truly cutting edge in form and function. Touting nine cooking functions that are great for roasting and maxi-grill, cooking has never been made easier. Live out your sous chef dreams with this delightful cooking assistant.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN DECORATIONS De Dietrich, www.dedietrich.sg Sharp, www.sharp.com.sg Sunyu, www.sunyu.com.sg Teka, www.teka.com.sg XTRA Designs, www.xtra.com.sg

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