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U Shaun Lim wanted an industrial yet luxurious look for his home.jpg
U Shaun Lim wanted an industrial, yet luxurious look for his home.

The doors in the apartment are flushed for a seamless look.jpg
The doors in the apartment are flushed for a seamless look.

A cosy corner in the bedroom filled with designer furniture.jpg
A cosy corner in the bedroom filled with designer furniture.

Wood panelling that runs from the floor to the ceiling creates a box like feel.jpg
The walnut floor panels are aligned with those on the wall to give the bedroom a box-like feel.

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Natural materials such as wood and stone were used in this apartment.

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This apartment doubles as a backdrop for its owner’s furniture collection.
Oct 19, 2018 5:50 AM

LAWYER U SHAUN LIM spent over a decade not just studying and working in London, but also growing his designer furniture collection. The latter has partly to do with his buddy in crime - his architect friend Timothy Tan, whom he met when he had  just started work at a law firm, and Mr Tan was a

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