Design Intervention was established in 2004 and is helmed by partners Nikki Hunt and Andrea Savage. Over the years the design firm has made quite a name for themselves, creating award-wining projects, and receiving accolades from the industries’ most renowned sources. Their mission goes far beyond aesthetics as they create environments that make people feel good and live well. Design Intervention utilizes the transformative power of design to improve the lives and well-being of their clients. Putting together exquisite home designs requires extensive knowledge of the right brands to use in each setting. And being that the recurring theme for Design Intervention is above all exclusive and contemporary design, there is no better choice than Boca do Lobo‘s furniture designs.
In this article, we will explore several design projects by Design Intervention that have more than their extraordinary nature in common: they also feature Boca do Lobo‘s pieces.
A COLOURFUL AWARD-WINNING PROJECT
An annual celebration of notable residential and commercial projects completed in the past year, the Tatler Design Awards is all about embracing creativity and innovation in Singapore’s design scene. This project by Design Intervention was recognized in the category of “Best Use Of Colour“.
Venturing into the black-and-white mansion, senses are sent into overdrive with a barrage of vibrant prints, bold colours and contrasting textures. Each room looks different, yet there is a purposeful cohesiveness thanks to the over-arching tropical theme. The wallpaper in each room is the main differentiating factor. The living room is adorned with Pierre Frey wallpaper. “I really like to take a multi-sensory approach, stimulating all our senses to different degrees,” said Nikki Hunt, founder of the award-winning interior design firm, Design Intervention.
Unlike most local designers who gravitate towards Scandinavian, Industrial or Minimalism styles, Design Intervention is all about a maximalist way of life. Keeping with the tropical theme, this design project in Rambai Road Singapore, somehow still manages to have classic lines without compromising the overall aesthetic of the design firm.
“Maximalism definitely isn’t chaos. It’s a finely calibrated balance between competing elements that ooze fun. That’s really what I try to do.” – Nikki Hunt
Probably the most sultry and sombre residence in this list, this interior design project from Tomlinson, is perfect for Boca do Lobo‘s furniture designs to shine. While all the other magnificent interiors allow each furniture piece to compliment each other, almost only existing as this perfectly balanced symbiosis, in this particular home, it seems that the entire decoration is built around our luxury brand‘s iconic pieces.
With the Soho Sideboard taking centre stage, the rest of design follows, featuring the same colour palette throughout the modern home.