Proposed residence is Stilt + 3 floors followed by contemporary style with concrete finishes and some play of light with perforated panels and vertical strings.
By using a limited palette of a minimal number of light , natural materials the viewer has minimal distractions when moving through the space.
A limited palette of pale, raw materials ensures the viewer has minimal distract ions when moving through The White House.
This bedroom features several bold colors, and they have a significant impact on the overall look.
The concept of the ‘white house’ was embraced throughout all of the interior spaces and informed the selection of all interior materials, as well as the selection of furniture and art.
This space is complimented with exposed brick and concrete finish with touch of delicate artifacts.
The use of a minimal palette of materials that highlight the sculptural forms of spaces through minimal material change, with more focus on form, texture and light
Ceiling of double height cutout is designed with wooden boxing with chandelier hung to it.