Dining room in Minh Le Tien and Emylia Safian’s Singapore home by Linghao architects with pale pink rug, concrete floors, concrete walls, and concrete ceiling, round wood table with black frame and solid medium-toned wood top, metal chairs with whicker seats and backs, medium-toned wood antique credenza with marble top, metal-framed wood kitchen island with black stone top, and overhead metal-framed exposed cabinetry hanging from ceiling.

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The dining area is furnished with a Chinese buffet, where the couple place plant cuttings waiting to grow roots or fresh harvest waiting to be prepared for meals, and a table from India, both purchased "pre-loved," as Emylia puts it.