The aviator gets his feet back on the ground with his favourite movies and music in the home entertainment room he and his wife Serene Tan share.
by Marie Wee
“This is our third home, where we built our largest ever entertainment room at nearly 1,000 sq ft. It’s located on the second floor by the stairs. The entertainment room is a must for us because it provides an escape from our fast pace of life. I’m a tech geek so when we were getting it designed, I ensured there was extra space to fit future updates. We might up the TV screen from the current 120 to 180 inches. We could do with larger speakers too. I’ve always wanted Genesis 1.2 flagship loudspeakers. That’s why spatial planning was most crucial; having extra space will help keep the look balanced even if we had to add equipment. We factored in changes in audio and video inputs, for example, switching from a Blu-ray player to live-streaming, and from DVD to Netflix and cable. After cables are laid within the walls and ceiling, getting them redone can be challenging.”
This story first appeared in the March 2020 issue ofA Magazine.