ABOUT PETER TAY
Peter Tay of Peter Tay Studio is the celebrity interior designer to stars, such as Zhang Ziyi, Wang Leehom, Stephanie Sun and Zoe Tay. His portfolio comprises high-profiled residential and commercial projects. Peter Tay has worked on boutiques and showrooms for Richard Mille, Manolo Blahnik, Armani Casa and Poliform (Space Showroom), as well as luxury showflats for SC Global, Hotel Properties Limited (HPL), Fraser Center point and Guocoland including The Met in Bangkok, Lincoln Modern, Ladyhill, BLVD, Martin 38, Hilltops, Leedon Residence, Martin Modern, Wallich Residences, Jervios Prvie, Mon Jervios, Coral @ Keppel Bay, V on Shenton and Riviére (3 & 4 Bedrooms) in Singapore.
Best known for his sleek yet luxurious approach to design, Peter Tay's designs are contemporary and timeless, and at the same time, they encapsulate the pure essence of space that delicately accentuates the lifestyles of his clientele. He also works on the art of tailoring timeless beauty through materials and textures, which serves to guide design invention and outlines the way in which forms transform over time to envelope life. Often, his designs bridge the perceptive space between interior and exterior spaces, and explore the duality and interchangeability between architecture and interiors.
After graduating from the Architectural Association in London in 2000, Peter Tay worked with some of the leading contemporary architects before starting his own practice in 2001. Peter Tay is also an educator and a keen supporter of design. He has been lecturing for the past 12 years at various design institutions. In 2013, Peter Tay published his monograph, which was launched in Kyoto, Hong Kong and Singapore in the same year.
Peter Tay participated in the “Time-Space-Existence” exhibition at Palazzo Bembo at the Venice Biennale, Italy in 2014. The exhibition was supported by XTRA Designs and the Design Singapore Council.
Peter Tay won the 'Designer of the Year' award at the President's Design Awards 2014.
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