Taking over the house which bears a rectangular module and high ceiling, the programme was designed to effectively accommodate the functionality of the space, while adhering to a clean and timeless look.
Opening to the foyer is a series of full-height wooden panels which accentuates the ceiling height, consecutively setting the tone to a warm and welcoming ambience. Anchoring at the heart of the first level is a built-in marble dining table, which extends out from the island counter, bridging the living, dining, and dry-kitchen areas. Bronze mirror walls double as a reflective element to allow light to reach in to the deeper part of the space, creating an added dimension.
Concealed door panels are used around the house to shy off areas like the powder room and household shelter, containing the focus within the public area, while fabric materials and covered lighting are introduced in the private study and resting quarters, adding a soft touch to achieve a contemporary luxe experience.
Sitting at the top of the house is a minimalist concrete plank that acts as a preparation area for outdoor dining, expressed in graphical contrast to the landscape design's lush greenery, all with the intent to enhance the existing architectural qualities.
Completed in 2017.