Custom-built Housing

Case Study


New York Modern

"Achieving a duplex for two families that effectively uses the corner lot". The initial planning of this house started from this concept. The proposal merged both a plan and design to suit the lifestyle of each household and livability (comfort), with an interior that takes advantage of textures suggested by the owners.
During each meeting, new ideas were born through communication, and every single material was carefully selected.
The culmination of those ideas ultimately took form, creating a great atmosphere and a comfortable home.

The symbolic curved exterior features three picture windows and a stonewall made of limestone.

The texture of natural marble adds attractiveness to the modern interior.

Selected materials such as the solid wood floor, tiles, mosaic stones, and fabrics compose a gorgeous modern interior.

Left) A Japanese-style room where traditional and modern tastes fuses wonderfully.

Right) A dining-kitchen area that combines design and functionality. The coved ceiling leaves an impression.

Left) The living room is full of light due to the 1.5 storey high atrium, complemented by the triple picture windows and bracket lighting on both sides.

Right) The feature of the dressing room is the curved wall made of natural veneer and the ambient lighting.