Located on a Triangular plot of land in the city of Kuala Lumpur. This 6 Bedroom house was designed to be inward looking. The external facade were conceived like filters made out of green vertical walls and screens. The staircase with its triple volume spaces connects all the floors in a dramatic way as it floats over the water-feature below. The house culminates with a roof garden and entertainment lounge on the top floor.
The Interior concept was a modern tropical style that became the setting against the white washed walls that acts as a blank canvas.
Contemporary minimalist facade and gabion style fence walls
Green wall and landscaping providing privacy
Night view with lighting
Extensive glazing allows daylight and views out to the garden
Open concept Kitchen with views out to the garden
Steel staircases appear to float up the atrium
Dead space under the staircase is utilised with a water-feature that extends out to the garden seamlessly
The casual family TV room with burmese teak flooring
The Powder Room opens up to the garden
The vanity counter next to the open garden with vertical planting for privacy
Master bedroom with trellis windows and a landscaped balcony
Detail of bath-tub with views out through the landcape
Entertainment roof top space
Outdoor patio with water-feature surrounds the living spaces