Their love for nature inspires a "greenhouse effect" to the design
which leads to a spatial environment fills with plants and grids.
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The feel of 'green" is derived from the interpretation of a plant to a greenhouse to the grid system that can be found architecturally in a greenhouse. Taking a cue from the grid system, shelves made of mild steel frames are custom-made to become the iconic piece upon entry to the house. It also acts as a divider between the foyer and living space.
Different sizes of crates are placed on these mild steel frames for functional and aesthetics purposes. Potted plants on these crates insert life to the living space and bigger crates are being used for storages. A green cushion settee in the middle soften the hard and cold look of the frames.
What is "green" without some grass? Using the idea of artificial green turfs on the wall, an open shelf is suspended above to display personal collectibles. A splash of light blue paint on the wall creates vibrancy to the living area.
The concept of "grid system" continues to the master bedroom. Timber frame structure with wood and black laminate finishes segregates the wardrobe and sleeping area. Pots of plants on the shelves hype up the whole sleeping experience. Taking cue from the green wall at living area, artificial green turfs are laid on the flooring of the wardrobe area to create tactile experience to the feet.
07 COMMON BATH
08 SPARE ROOM 1
09 STUDY ROOM
11 MASTER BEDROOM
12 MASTER BATH