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XTRA Projects – Surfaces | Ober Surfaces: Explore Decorative Solutions

This week, we’re spotlighting French designer brand, Ober Surfaces – recognised for their diverse range of luxury decorative surfaces and quality technical solutions for interior fittings.  Offering furnishings in wood, paper, metal and resin, Ober’s wall coverings are suitable for all types of projects – from tertiary, to hotels, shops, public and residential buildings.

Explore our Hidden House and Village Hotel projects that were elegantly-realised with a tasteful curation of Ober Surfaces’ furnishings.


The Hidden House


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Elegant, contemporary and modern, The Hidden House is a luxurious Good Class Bungalow that blends two contrasting architectures of a conserved bungalow and a new modern bungalow. Paying homage to the conserved bungalow, the Hidden House boasts stepped terraces with green roofs that blends harmoniously with the lush greenery surrounding it.

To complement its contemporary style and earth-tone furnishings, Prestige d’Oberflex in American Elm and Obersound Acoustic Micro-perforations panel in Eucalyptus T326 were chosen to furnish the ceilings in the living space and home theatre.

To learn more about the project, click here.

Village Hotel Sentosa


surfaces | ceiling | interior design | designer | design | architecture | interiorAnother project featuring Ober Surfaces is Village Hotel Sentosa’s multi-function event space.

A flagship of the Village brand and its 300sqm multi-function event space, Village Square, features full glass panels that draw in natural sunlight – providing guests with a light and cosy atmosphere.

The ceilings within the space are fitted with Ober Surfaces’ Obersound 5.5 in Scale – an innovative collection of acoustic panels that improves sound quality and brings a polished and modern look to any setting.

To learn more about this project, click here

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