Keeping the importance of a closely knitted family in mind, the house was designed to bring happiness and warmth to the couple and expanding family. The living and kitchen area, defined as a key social space, was kept intentionally spacious, bright, and multi-functional to meet the demands of a lively family.
The focal point of the house has to be the dining space, where family members gather to have a hearty meal. To add interest to the space, the dining table and the black powdered coat steel frame was designed to resemble both a family portrait and a framed art piece at the wall.
The spacious living area allows different activities to take place concurrently, with parents lounging on the sofa while the kids play in the vicinity. A study desk integrated to the TV cabinet maintains a clean look and at the same time allows family members to be in each other’s company even when they are focused on different tasks.
Designed as a private space away from the children, the master bedroom has a contrasting feel to the living area. The room feels cosier, with wood finishes selected specifically to enhance the relaxing atmosphere. Despite that, the room does not lose its functionality. A dresser, work desk, and TV space were constructed as one to ensure that the couple could perform their individual tasks while sharing a common space.