Museworks undertook the task to imbue a modern resort design into a landed house to create a relaxing space.
As the property was old, some structural changes needed to be made to fit the owner’s lifestyle into the space. The challenge was in hiding the internal and existing structures within the design, in order to allow the owner’s style and personality to take centre stage.
The kitchen, dining and living areas are connected in an open-plan design. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows provide a clear view of the greenery outside and allow natural lighting to penetrate into the interiors.
Most of the materials were procured abroad through local distributors to fit the home’s design and purpose. Wood features prominently throughout the interiors and is used for the walls, flooring, furniture, wall panels etc.
The result is a classy yet understated abode to welcome one home after a long day at work.
Project Name: 52 Pasir Ris
Location: Pasir Ris, Singapore
Completion Date: 17 March 2015
Site Area: 1,800 square feet
Gross Floor Area: 4,500 square feet
Number of Rooms: 4 bedrooms
Building Height: 15 metres
Interior Design Firm: Museworks Pte Ltd
Lighting Consultant: Vlux Lighting
Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: Museworks Pte Ltd
Civil & Structural Engineer: Museworks Pte Ltd
Main Contractor: Museworks Pte Ltd
Images/Photos: Museworks Pte Ltd