Rather than the large rectangular areas that contemporary luxury architecture traditionally uses the Winged House is made up of successive trapezium bodies in pavilion style. This home has an impressive entrance with wood latticework and flanked by 2 granite walls in a traditionally Asian symmetry.
The transformation is indeed a treat for the sore eyes as it employs both out-of-the-box designs with existing design principles to create a unique and appealing home that we would all be glad to call our home. Apart from the dramatic use of color in the living room the rest of the home still employs a largely white backdrop but that is tastefully mixed with hues of black blue and brown for different rooms to create a distinctive look.
The renderings visualize a loft-like residence intended for a Minsk Belarus project and the interiors crafted by the designer balance out bright and beautiful hues with warm tones and a soothing setting.
Tones of copper have been generously used while the extravagant use of glass as one of the walls ensures that there is always ample natural ventilation. How do you like it? Too much of an industrial feel or just about right for your taste?
It may be a little rough around the edges at first sight but the impression of sturdiness gives way to the perception of care for detail and shape. A beautiful home for lovers of both minimalism and nature. A very special tropical home the so-called Winged House in Singapore was built on a triangular and rather narrow piece of land. It’s formal difficulty was overcome with grace and phantasy by its creators K2LD Architects.