This Luxury Tropical Style (24,000 sqft) 3 storey Bungalow in Taman Seputeh, Malaysia houses 16 cars, 8 bedrooms, and living and entertainment spaces that spins out to a pool and garden. The house has both private and public aspects and has an open concept with carefully detailed screens and partition that allows privacy when needed.
The front facade shows how the building fronts the street and its integration with the landscape
The koi pond acts as an Entry statement to the house and becaomes a background from the internal circulation space.
This front facade of the House shows the house composition from the Carporch entrance.
The hallway entrance with an internal water-feature as well as the koi pond in the background
Travertine clad feature wall acts as a privacy screen as well as makes a statement to divide the private from the public spaces.
Detail of the staircase with full height windows with a view to the pool and garden beyond
The entry foyer opens up to a double volume space with the timber lined roof above
The formal living room is simple and elegant with views out to the pool.
The casual Living Room opens up to the pool and outdoor terrace
The formal dining room with oriental style dining table
The Master Bathroom is surrounded by windows for plenty of light and ventilation
The bedroom was designed to be an extension of the garden
Prized Japanese Koi is one of the main focal points of the house
The garden and its relationship with the Koi Pond
The house is designed to integrate with the pool seamlessly
The house appears to float on the infinity edge pool
The birds eye view of the house from the street
The infinity pool was designed with a glass edge to create the illusion of an edgeless pool
Detail of the cut rubble stone cladding of the entry foyer of the house
Detail of the gazebo, outdoor terrace and the pool