Andy Tan

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Andy Tan

Andy Tan


Meet Andy Tan - a powerhouse of good design, creativity and innovation based in Singapore. Andy Tan's design journey has been nothing short of spectacular, marked by a tireless pursuit of excellence. This dedication is clearly mirrored in Andy Tan's impressive haul of 7 A' Design Awards that we showcase here. Spanning across categories such as Interior, Andy Tan's work stands as a living testament to a steadfast commitment to design excellence, serving as a beacon of inspiration for designers globally. With each project, Andy Tan masterfully blends form and function, crafting designs that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional and timeless. This approach underscores Andy Tan's celebration of creativity and an unyielding quest for innovation.

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Starker Fresh Beer Bistro by Andy Tan
Starker Fresh Beer Bistro
Starker Fresh Beer Bistro
Starker Bistro is located at one of the heritage reserved buildings in Singapore. Starker fresh beer philosophy of crafting fresh brewed beer and bringing the most authentic German beer to the local has finally get closer to Singaporean. To add on the authentic feel and relate the traditional German beer philosophy, the designer specially imports different types of Europe stone and rock to integrate into the design. The bold and outstanding of the buildings and night lighting enhances the surrounding during either day time or night time.
Starker Fresh Beer
The Manhattan Loft  Interior Design Office by Andy Tan
The Manhattan Loft Interior Design Office
The Manhattan Loft Interior Design Office
A Singapore interior design office had been designed to attract talents to showcase their creativity to the local market. The environment had been created to visualize the theory of "Work, Play and Relax" concept in the space itself. The space is divided into 2 levels which consist of work-space below and entertainment on the loft. Colors are chosen meticulously to merge comfortably into the concept, allowing every senses to feel at peace, yet enticingly exciting. A well planned blend of materials, warm and cool, timber and metals, creating different levels of Design.
The Manhattan Loft
Wild Abandon Residential House by Andy Tan
Wild Abandon Residential House
Wild Abandon Residential House
To a bachelor’s pad, monotone colors are used with color injected to it. The house is designed in a way to create an open space without any interruption. Meticulous space planning is done to the twist of areas in this small space. Both the dining area and existing kitchen is split into a wet and dry kitchen to maximize preparation space for the chef. The other part of living becomes the new dining corner to which allows guests to feel the breeze close to outdoor dining instead of the norms confined area while the living is tucked into one of the bedrooms for movie sessions.
Wild Abandon
The Eco Oasis Residential Interior by Andy Tan
The Eco Oasis Residential Interior
The Eco Oasis Residential Interior
The creation of a light-well in the center of the house, welcomes in the natural light and air into the house which largely reduced the use of electricity. By adding green into the light-well, the space now look like an Oasis where they can enjoyed. A second level family space is created by a carefully constructed iron stairway in a beautiful off-white hue. The space above also connected to an open roof for barbecue and gathering. The house also runs on solar panel, ultimate eco-friendliness.
The Eco Oasis
Lovenest Residential House by Andy Tan
Lovenest Residential House
Lovenest Residential House
In a space-restricted home to a newly wedded couple, a carefully planned interior space was what they needed. A fusion of vintage and industrial design worked wonders in this small space. Boundaries are opened to create multi-usage of every space. The space now allows more guests to interact with each other in the open area. A long breakfast counter serves a wonderful role from food preparation to family entertainment to hosting of gatherings in the house. A small wet area has been created in the existing kitchen to allow the couple enjoy the freedom of wet washing and cooking.
The Hive Residential House by Andy Tan
The Hive Residential House
The Hive Residential House
The design was based on creating a concept base on honeycomb. The challenge had to create a space that blend the surrounding together and not overwhelmed the materials usage. Living room was designed in such that the idea leads to the kitchen with an open concept idea. The chipboard wall was built to highlight the house with an unique finishes, creating a calming mood overall. The function of the chipboard wall also served as note board. To create the honeycomb effect, creative selection of the special cut hexagon tiles were placed at entrance.
The Hive
The Past Residential House by Andy Tan
The Past Residential House
The Past Residential House
An elapse in time, buried deep in our memories, until someone shines a light on it. In the midst of modernization and technology advancement, we tend to forget the simplicity of life. This design was created with the intention of sharing with the world a part of Singapore's past. As we go way back to the days of our ancestors, making use of materials and elements that brings out a nostalgic feeling. Cement flooring, an island table made entirely out of mosaic tiles, the old school chalkboard wall, wire mash cabinet doors, even an old rice sack was recycled as a floor rug.
The Past

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