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SINEW AND HEFT: Timber clad ceilings and walls provide an intimate backdrop to the owners' collection of furniture.

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SINEW AND HEFT: There was also the rather outre choice of green marble for the bedroom floor.

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SINEW AND HEFT: Within the master suite itself, a small home office was incorporated into the space.

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SINEW AND HEFT: A dash of marble in black and light neutral tones gives the bath a balance of modern luxury and earthiness.

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VISUAL MUSCULATURE: The master bedroom was also enlarged so that more paintings and a bigger bed would fit comfortably.

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VISUAL MUSCULATURE: Mr Tan says that the criterion behind the collection of art and objects is that it simply needs to be 'visually appealing'.

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VISUAL MUSCULATURE: The kitchen is decked in vintage ceramic tiles
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Macho, Macho Mien

Former triathlon competitor Steve Tan's three-bedroom apartment is a carefully curated paean to masculine style.
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A STRICT, "No floral motifs" decree does not necessarily mean your home will look masculine. But couple this with dark timber panelling on the ceiling, a Mad Men-worthy Eames lounge chair and ample animal skin accents, such as a cow skin rug and pony skin cushion covers - and you will inevitably

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