As an unconventional approach to typical loft units, the implementation of levels breaks the scale of this loft unit while keeping the spaces functional.
King Albert Park Resideces, Singapore
Status: Completed 2019
Type: Residential Design, Private Housing
Photographer and Videographer: Colloc
To maximise storage, a deep shelve unit and concealed storage were designed to reduce visual clutter within this 50sqm apartment. The built-in platform that forms the sleeping space extends out to become the study table while the daybed becomes a step to enter into the raised sleeping space. This opens up the living room space that could be used for entertaining guests and creating a more unified and seamless interior throughout the apartment.
A sliding flute glass panel encased in a black powder-coated mild steel frame provides privacy in the sleeping space while allowing maximum light to penetrate to create an airy and bright interior.