Situated across a public park, this apartment is home to a young family who has a keen interest for the nature and a love for reductionism aesthetics.
Minimally configured to accommodate its respective core functions, the consistent use of light oak across the space provides a holistic look throughout the interiors.
To accentuate its expansiveness, the highlight of this project is a continuous framed portal that stretches across the living area, creating a dramatised impression of the layout. A strategic use of smoked mirrors within pockets of the space creates an additional depth and dimension. The utilised modules are consistently restricted within a grid, maintaining visual order and spatial clarity.
Completed in 2019. Photography by Jonathan Danker (Ansel Media).