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AN EYE FOR THE AESTHETICS: Passageway in the apartment is lined with the sisters' art collection.
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AN EYE FOR THE AESTHETICS: 'Offering' by Loh Choi Ying from Utterly Art gallery.
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AN EYE FOR THE AESTHETICS: 'Fa' by Casey Chen.
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AN EYE FOR THE AESTHETICS: Trio of Yakult-inspired bottles done by graffiti artist Samantha Lo in collaboration with Mighty Jaxx.
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TOY STORY: (Above) Miss Mao busts by the Gao Brothers from Flabslab, on top of the white cabinet selected from Ikea. Inside are (from top) porcelain Hamburger by Song Wei from Mad Museum and a piggy bank in the shape of a pig's trotter by Bureau next to it; sculptures by Romero Britto; 'Love Bomb' by Iskander Walen
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TOY STORY: (Above) Alicia's collection was bought from local shops and eBay.
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ASIAN CHIC: (Above) In the living room are two pieces of art by pop artist Andre Tan.
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ASIAN CHIC: (Above) The sisters have successfully combined the essence of an art gallery with that of a home.
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ASIAN CHIC: (Above) While June is into art, Alicia is into toys as seen from the array in her bedroom
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Home is where the pop art is

Sisters June and Alicia Chua home in on collectibles in their Sengkang flat.
Nov 29, 2014 5:50 AM

VISITORS to the Sengkang apartment owned by sisters June and Alicia Chua may, at first glance, think they have just stepped into an art gallery by accident. But no, the three-bedroom, 970 square foot space is very much home to the two volunteer coordinators in the healthcare sector, who have,