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THROUGH THE AGES: (Above) Mr Ng kept some old elements of the apartment, which is why one half of the first storey still has its original flooring, while the other half is entirely new.

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THROUGH THE AGES: Mr Sabom's study under the stairs, which comes with a glass door.

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'I like the idea of an open kitchen, as this really reminds me of home. In the US, most homes have open kitchens .' - Mr Sabom (with Ms Siah).

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THROUGH THE AGES: Art pieces on the walls.

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THROUGH THE AGES: Art pieces on the walls.

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BEHIND THE BLACK BOX: The black box houses the walk-in wardrobe and the master bathroom (above). It also serves as a backdrop for the bed, which has been positioned to look out onto the city area.

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BEHIND THE BLACK BOX: The black box (above) houses the walk-in wardrobe and the master bathroom. It also serves as a backdrop for the bed, which has been positioned to look out onto the city area.
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A nice blend of old and new

The home of Darren Sabom and Sharon Siah elegantly incorporates the couple's ideas while retaining some former elements.
Nov 7, 2015 5:50 AM

THIS may be the first home that Darren Sabom and Sharon Siah are designing together, but they had a clear idea of what each person's role should be.

"Sharon has better taste, so she focused more on the overall aesthetics," says Mr Sabom, an associate director with a real estate investment

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