Lim: Showflats sell a dream. So, for me, the first impression is very important; the design must be unique and differentiates from the rest (Photo: Albert Chua/The Edge Singapore)
SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) – Covid-19 has thrown a curveball at showflat designers like Angela Lim, co-founder of SuMisura, whose firm has had to adapt designs to comply with safe distancing restrictions.
Pointing to SuMisura’s latest completed project, the sales gallery and loft show unit for Forett at Bukit Timah, Lim says, “Originally, we designed interactive spaces in the sales gallery. But everything has changed since then.”
The 633-unit freehold development by Qingjian Realty was the first large-scale project to open for preview at the end of July after “circuit breaker” measures on showflats were lifted. To highlight the project’s proximity to the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, SuMisura had included greenery and planter boxes within a contemporary and edgy interior.
The firm strived