Phnom Penh – Uno 26

We have been invited by Romdoul Development to design the interiors of their upcoming development, UNO 26. UNO 26 is located in the heart of Phnom Penh, it is 18 stories high, with a total of 70 units.

Here we are showcasing our design abilities by offering different design concepts, ranging from Modern Chinese Oriental to Classic Victorian. Not just residential, we also proved that we are able to design a vibrant co-working office space.

Pasir Ris West

Albeit the old unit’s rundown condition, it was blessed with huge spaces for creativity and opportunities. Industrial Scandinavian was the preferred theme with a touch of New York likeness. The look was achieved by balancing out the usage of materials; Red brick with concrete screed flooring, the usage of wooden texture with glass, and a touch of metallic surface to add on to the detail.

The look was achieved by balancing out the usage of materials

Edelweiss Park @ Flora Road

The unit is glorified by the amount of space and serenity of the area. Bright and clean was the brief for this beautiful 4-room condominium with a touch of Scandinavian style. An additional storage space was added in the master bedroom, which was allowed due to the luxury of space. Instead of a typical Scandinavian approach, the designer opted to use small touches of different materials, colors, and texture to bring out a distinctive sense to the home and yet stay true to the concept.

to bring out a distinctive sense to the home and yet stay true to the concept.

Eunos Crescent

A family of 5 reside in this large unit near the expressway, this resulted in unobstructed view on one side of the house; of which its beauty was emphasized by the balcony. White Scandinavian was the theme chosen, with a speckle of contrast to bring something different to the table. To break the general color scheme of white and light wood texture, details were added into the space to bring out its exclusivity; Peranakan tiles were used on the kitchen floor, marble patterned tiles were used for the kitchen back splash, and hexagonal shaped tiles were used in specific areas to break from the usual straight tiles. Other than that certain spaces and fixtures were deigned and built to simulate a ‘cat’s playground’ for the family feline. Each individual rooms hold its own identity while staying true to the overall theme, expressing harmonious living through design.

with a speckle of contrast to bring something different to the table.