This month, ZIGGY has headed into the homes and studios of six individuals to uncover their own creative uses of space. Whether as a breeding ground for creativity, a room for reflection, or simply storage space for their favourite things, here are some prime examples of how home can be made. When it comes to working areas, Mark Ong and Sue-Anne Lim, the husband and-wife duo behind SBTG, have built a studio that not only reflects their personality and originality, but that’s also stimulating for their own creativity. Not for nothing does Mark regard his studio as “a piece of art”. On the other hand, Esther Lowless, the up-and-coming local musician, relies less on physical space than on her very own headspace. Her debut EP, Strange Place To Meet, was largely written at Thunder Rock School, though for its subject matter of personal anguish and redemption – those “stories in my mind” – she didn’t have to look very far. [gallery gallery_id="1822" width="" height=""] We were also allowed into the shared home of designers Clinton Leicester and Nicole Wong, who have made the best of a compact apartment by littering it with their many loves and influences. Besides sharing a vinyl collection, the couple’s individual corners also tell of their personal tastes (whisky for him) and aesthetics (white space for her). Likewise, Gerald Ang, digital strategist for #vinyloftheday, may not have the biggest of rooms, but he’s allowed his love for music to take the bulk of its square meters. The presence of vinyls and equipment is strong in his household, but never at the expense of comfort or a personal space where he can “think, create, reflect and do stuff.” This feature also kicks off ZIGGY’s awesome collaboration with #vinyloftheday. Look out for more of these personalities and their personal spaces in the coming months!