House from the 1930s

Set in rare verdant amidst a bustling neighbourhood, this private residence was designed with the concept of “framed views”.

Respecting the original modernist architecture from 1937, a tranquil palette of warm greys, mid-tone browns was used to create a contemporary sanctuary for a small family.

The entrance door is designed with twin glass panels framing the garden view and letting light into the Foyer. The Foyer/Dining/Living areas feature round-cornered ceiling coves, a nod to the retro-architectural language. A working stone-clad fireplace serves as the feature to the Living area; with well-proportioned windows, frames a small garden. Folding doors connect the living room with the patio, another framed view of gardens beyond. A crafted staircase – complete with recessed light and feature handle – leads to the upper floor. Along the staircase, two windows are detailed as if carved into the walls, becoming picture frames of the foliage and mountain view outside.

  1. House from the 1930s

    Set in rare verdant amidst a bustling neighbourhood, this private residence was designed with the concept of “framed views”.

    Respecting the original modernist architecture from 1937, a tranquil palette of warm greys, mid-tone browns was used to create a contemporary sanctuary for a small family.

    The entrance door is designed with twin glass panels framing the garden view and letting light into the Foyer. The Foyer/Dining/Living areas feature round-cornered ceiling coves, a nod to the retro-architectural language. A working stone-clad fireplace serves as the feature to the Living area; with well-proportioned windows, frames a small garden. Folding doors connect the living room with the patio, another framed view of gardens beyond. A crafted staircase – complete with recessed light and feature handle – leads to the upper floor. Along the staircase, two windows are detailed as if carved into the walls, becoming picture frames of the foliage and mountain view outside.