(From The Star Property)
I found this article in the Star which caught my eyes. I love the design of this remodelled house. Although Im a bit afraid to adorned this look for my house, but I never stop admiring it everytime I saw a house designed to simulate the contemporary art galleries, has an airy layout and a raw interior finishing. The use of glass, steel, cement, concrete and the aesthetic interior, makes it look so sexy.
Some of the greatest contemporary establishments owe their status to a sensible use of space. As a rule of thumb, contemporary design emphasises spatial clarity based on function, practicality and style. Sculptureatwork’s KL studio has taken this approach to the limit.
A Penang-based company that provides cutting-edge sculptures, murals, ornaments and 3D art for landscape design.
Previously a quaint one-storey bungalow, Sculptureatwork studio has been radically transformed into a contemporary structure with an open plan concept. According to Tan, the renovation project focused on creating a space that carries purity and functionality of an art gallery, without compromising the homely feel of the original structure.
With this in mind, Tan raised the ceiling, and subsequently built a flight of staircases that rises to the mezzanine floor. Tan’s office is located here. Behind the faceted screen of his office are panes of glass, which open up to the neighbourhood garden. Acknowledging that Sculptureatwork is a growing company that plans to expand its business, Tan knew that he would need a bigger office space for his staff. A quarter of ground floor, therefore, has been converted into an office space. Donning similar industrial style, the office on the ground floor is situated next to a library. Just a stone’s throw away from the office is the kitchen and the main hall.