Elevation design is in fusion style. The elevation of the traditional style is the beauty of the red sandstone and the design patterns and elements of the Contemporary style.
Angular formulation is practiced by all of the sandstone cladding, roofing and compound pounding. Its continuity is reflected in the interior design elements.
Open the main door and go straight to the fireplace. To the right of the foyer is the living room in the double-height space. The highlight here is the Abstract Design work done in the glassblock on the wall. It is framed and can be seen in the elevation.
The interior has a gray-and-white color tone. Its continuity can be seen in furniture and furnishings. Large windows provide an abundance of wind and light. Dining cum kitchen There is a sitout on the east side of the dining area.
The staircase is the marketplace of glass, adjacent to the dining area and a family living space. The wash counter was placed under the staircase. The ceiling also provided an angular pattern. The fitting also provided light fittings.
3 bedrooms above and below. The 3 rooms are provided with unique design patterns.
The shutters in the Dining Cum Kitchen are all marine ply lamination. The counter top is tiled with white marble and black granite for the backsplash. The work area is provided in close proximity to the kitchen.