Bungalow @ 40 Cove Way
The house was designed to celebrate the closeness of its relationship with the sea by creating spaces where views of the surrounding are captured through the interplay of lines and planes. This was strategically done using a frameless glass system and a panel of mullions giving a multi-faceted perspective to the house. The use of timber was aptly used to anchor the house down with the green landscape that was incorporated in its design. The interior of the house continued the linearity of the exterior through the way the walls, panels and staircases are designed. This creates a space that becomes consistent with the language that was captured in its exterior. The lightness of the interior spaces was possible given the simplicity in how the walls are being designed; unadorned.