The latest extension also brought along with it a revamped kitchen and guest room that embrace a neutral color scheme while the rest of the cottage offers ample opportunity for the homeowners to display their wide art collection.
Three bedrooms a home library and an open workspace are housed on the mezzanine level with the attic space being converted into the master suite that also contains a study room. With wonderful views of the cityscape and refreshing outdoor decks and gardens all around this remarkable residence in Singapore surely leaves a lasting impression on you.
Passive cooling techniques along with the presence of a pool ensure that the dependence on artificial cooling is kept to a minimum creating a pleasant ambiance and conserving energy at the same time.
But the smart rear extension of the house offers much more than the 1.5-feet-deep . The sunken design of the living area also turns it into a lovely gathering space for friends and family and the open design of the new extension along with the corridor and kitchen ensure that there is a flood of filtered light indoors.
Nestled in a bustling urban neighborhood of Mexico embraces this love for raw materials that are allowed to shine through in all their glory even while filling the home with comfort elegance and class. Designed by Taller Estilo Arquitectura it is a natural color palette that steals the spotlight at this Mexican residence!
One of the biggest challenges during the design of this multi-level house was both its unique orientation and the flood of sunlight that entered the house because of the giant glass wall that connects the living area with the pool outside.
Contrasting synergy is what we see at the at Nichada Village in Thailand with these smart and stylish structures offering two completely different perspectives on interior design. Crafted with care by Alkhemist Architects to meet the needs of two brothers who wanted to live close to one another this interesting project showcases how one can fashion two strikingly different interiors in homes that sit next to one another even while incorporating a common thread.