by Ernie B. Calucag
With the average apartment size in Singapore shrinking rapidly, how does one maximise the use of limited space? Koh Brothers Development has that in mind with the creation of a “concept home” within its new development, Fiorenza.
The concept home means small in space but big in details as each unit features some innovative space optimisation ideas – from Italian imported electric-operated coffee cum dining table, to high-end “Cabrio In” range of designer study/work furniture, to SONOS advanced multi-room surround sound system, to motorised sun screen technology and 3D contemporary wall decoration – all meant to push the envelope in redefining urban living and maximising living comfort with innovative technology.
“We are pleased to be the first developer to create a concept home that brings together innovative big ideas for smaller spaces. Our aim is to provide signature lifestyle to potential buyers of our future developments, one that offers maximum comfort in modern compact living spaces. We see this as the trend going forward, and we want to be the one taking the lead in defining the standard,” said Francis Koh, Managing Director and Group CEO of Koh Brothers Group.
As part of its plan to gather feedback from “real” users, Koh Brothers would be offering a lucky family a chance to stay in the concept home for six months starting from the June holiday.
The 1,367-square foot two-bedroom unit has been fully furnished to provide modern luxury. Besides technology-rich features, the unit also comes with designer interior, living rooms with branded furniture and glass Jacuzzi in the balcony.
“We are interested in the feedback of home buyers and this is our commitment to bring lifestyle living to new heights for all of our residential property developments. Every project is unique and we take pride in going beyond limits to give homeowners the added touch,” added Koh.
The Italian-inspired Fiorenza, located at Florence Road, was launched in April 2009 and received its TOP in June 2011.