MeyerHouse: A first, breathtaking look at the newly completed condo
Photography by Jin Cheng Wong for Boulevard
A first, breathtaking look at the newly completed MeyerHouse, styled down to the last detail by the design triumvirate of Woha, Yabu Pushelberg and Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl – with a sublime show suite staged by Massone Ong.
The custom touches
The level of interior finish at MeyerHouse, and in particular the custom inclusions, is almost unparalleled. Three takes on exquisite stone basins in the bathrooms, master ensuite and powder (above right). A single-slab onyx-marble bar in every residence. And then there’s the sublime stone kitchen in the 18-seater private dining room (above left).
The smallest details
The attention to detail is everywhere to be seen, from the doors that integrate into the wall panelling with a perfectly flush finish, to the dual balcony blinds, de-humidifiers in the wardrobes and the Steigen laundry system. Not to mention the divine mastertub by Maison Apaiser, with brushed-metal faucetry by Ceadesign (above left).
The low-rise 56-residence condo faces into lush, biophilic gardens that are already brimming with butterflies, as promised. The wide, green-tiled pool laps gently at its infinity edge. And even the carpark level (home to the 56 private lift lobbies) offers light wells, resort-like water features and greenery.
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