Un-hackable and irregular structural beams in HDB ceiling.
Wardrobe to be facing in front of bed in master bedroom.
Starting with the master bedroom, homeowner wanted to have the wardrobe flushed to the side of the wall and to place her bedframe on the opposite side. Knowing that the space will be restricted we have designed the carpentry wardrobe to suit her needs. Instead of worrying whether there will be space to move around, we have segmented the wardrobe to 3 parts. Design of the middle portion allow homeowner to feel more spacious. It is also a dressing table with hidden mirror behind the top cabinet.
Homeowner only request was to make this room as minimal as possible, so we had to hide the irregular beams to declutter the look. We clapped the ceiling beam with laminates and installed cove lights and design carpentry work to allow lighting to punch upwards. It serves not only as a lighting purposes, but also to allow the wall to act as a decorative wall piece.
We believe that the power of design transcends good look – and for us to achieve the consistency in the room, we used cove lighting in the living room too. TV console was placed between feature wall to follow the language of design theme. Symmetry and geometry concept were paramount to the design theme.
Another highlight of the design is that we hacked down the kitchen wall and replaced with glass panel to allow natural sunlight to shine in from the balcony.
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