8 Incredibly Hip Layouts for Riverfront Condo Riviere Worthy of the Former Zouk Site
For frequent clubbers, you would have known the site that new condo Riviere sits on is the former location of popular nightclub Zouk. Aside from the nostalgia, the site also fronts the Singapore River. So if you’ve always wanted an apartment with some highly coveted riverfront views, Riviere is as good as it gets. In this article, with floor plans from this new development, we show you what it could be like living in this prestigious address.
Floor plan: 1-Bedroom (Type A1-2)
Size: 560 sqft
1. Bar-style dining
Relive your glory days at the club with a bar counter in your home that lets you sip the bubblies while waiting for dinner to be ready. By day, it can also serve as a fuss-free area for breakfast.
Design: Starry Homestead
2. Hide away the clutter with recessed storage
The key to keeping things looking polished and stylish in your home is to get recessed storage. It is visually and physically unobtrusive since it hides into the walls, which is great if you are looking to achieve a minimalist look.
Design: Authors • Interior & Styling
Floor plan: 2-Bedroom (Type B1-2)
Size: 818 sqft
3. A glass window to open up the kitchen
While the original layout features an open kitchen, you can close it up if you are a frequent cook and prefer to keep the grease and fumes contained. Open up the kitchen visually with a tall and wide glass window that will also help invite light into your cooking space.
Design: LLARK Architects
4. Turning the living room into a bedroom
Short on bedrooms? Consider this novel idea of converting your entire living room into a bedroom. A study area, featuring a low divider will offer up some privacy between the communal zones and the private space.
Design: Space Atelier
Floor plan: 3-Bedroom (Type C2-2)
5. Pull-out shoe storage
Countless pairs of sneaks, heels and sandals? Go with a pull-out drawer located near the entrance of your apartment that lets you store more footwear without taking up extra floor estate.
Design: Crescendo Interior & Lifestyle
6. Total wardrobe solution
On the other hand, if you need more wardrobe space in the bedroom, consider customising a platform bed that gives you underneath storage. Add a full-fledged closet by the side and incorporate an open clothes rail that lets you hang up clothes that aren’t freshly laundered but not exactly dirty enough to need a wash yet.
Design: DSOD Interior
Floor plan: 4-Bedroom (Type D1)
Size: 2,002 sqft
7. Statement kitchen island
Need a showstopper in your home? Make it the kitchen island in the dry kitchen area by using a mix of materials to create a stunning visual contrast. We love the marble addition, which is great for frequent bakers who need a cool surface to roll out pastries on.
Design: Briey Interior
8. A dedicated study
Carve out a small workstation in your bedroom so you can have a dedicated space to work in at home. Ceiling-hung cabinets offer some privacy between the sleeping area and your mini home office.
Design: Luova Project Services