In creating the idea behind the Ripple house in singapore, Rectangle Studio tried to evoke the tranquility of water. The unique structure has been changed with a contemporary, mild setup, whereas the general design feels calm and serene. Pure supplies and impartial tones create a cohesive look all through with out changing into boring.
A customized marble eating desk is paired with 4 beige Drop chairs with black legs by Fritz Hansen. The slanted base of the desk mimics the splayed nature of the chair legs.
The grooved wooden element on the entrance of the bar continues to the entrance of the storage door, together with complementary wooden panels that type the partitions and ceiling. Black home equipment and bar stool full the look of the minimalist kitchen.
Persevering with via the picket hallway on the finish is the lounge with entry to a balcony. A lime-washed accent wall turns into the backdrop for the tv. On the opposite facet of the room, a customized sofa with built-in bookshelves on both facet presents seating for watching TV.
The staircase itself is a murals in itself, full with built-in bench and customized handrail.
As you climb the steps, the design theme involves life visually with a tranquil seascape canvas by artist Lynda Laird adorning the wall.
On the second ground, a couple of bedrooms with window openings overlook the staircase.
Pictures by Studio Periphery.