L shape study table is placed along window wall to fulfill the 4 study seating request of the owner.
With concerns to minimize the spatial tightness of study room and maximize the incoming of natural lights, few simple wall hanging shelves are introduced on both sides of walls instead of solid wall hanging cabinets.
This helps to retain the three dimensional space without being block visually yet fulfilling storage needs simultaneously.
Full height build ins cabinet is fitted into the existing recessed wall corner for additional storage space without tighten up the space. While doing this, we further divided this cabinet into few different sections accommodating for different types of storage and display needs.
Two large notice cork boards area also placed opposite on each turquoise green painted side walls as the visual featuring spots. They encourage showcase of family activities photos and creations. This intuitively turning the study room into a energetic and interactive family area.
We zone out this master bedroom into 3 activities areas as bedding, study and wardrobe areas.
Two tier full height curtains are proposed for existing full length glass windows so these curtains create a visual interest in the bedroom yet won’t be too prominent as compare to single pattern or color curtains.
On the other hand, Walnut timber is selected for bed head so it blend nicely and appear as part of the expansion from the existing dark timber flooring.
The same walnut timber are used for study table and cabinet yet they are soften down with the co- existence of ivory white hanging cabinet and marble laminated wall paneling.
Black thin border with concealed LED further enhance the aesthetic beauty of the marble wall paneling and act as optional night light source in the Master Bedroom.
Do take a look at the Living and Dining Areas Design of this same executive condominium we done that is having a inspiring Terrace Garden next to the living spaces !
We have been engaged for this unique EC home design at Singapore. Visitors are welcomed with a grand and luxurious garden terrace on their very first sight when stepping into the house.
The architect has positioned the garden terrace between main entrance and the main indoor spaces like living, dining and dry kitchen. This space arrangement make the garden terrace indeed the entry foyer area and also allow ample natural lights to flow into the indoors interior spaces.
It makes garden terrace a multi functional space and let the home owners having the flexibility of expanding their daily household and social activities inside the interior living space to terrace area whenever it is necessary.
We painted the very first side wall next to the main entrance with eye catching yellow colour to impose first visual impacts for home owners and visitors while they entering the home.
The yellow wall also becomes a interesting feature backdrop for the garden terrace and also dining area when looking out from indoor living areas too.
A unique timber handrails are designed along the existing window balcony walls that double up as display shelves for plant pots and umbrella holder.Sliding louvered window panels help to keep out of flashing rains.