The house, which is anchored on a 4,500-square-feet plot and spread over three levels, caters to three generations of a family. As part of the project brief the clients simply put forth a few of their basic requirements
while the designers were given free rein when it came to the aesthetics. Rarely do we find a client who gives you 100% liberty in designing and in choosing the material and finishes. Expansive glass panes punctuate these
walls, allowing plenty of natural light to stream into the interiors. The exteriors flaunt an understated aesthetic, embracing neutral shades and a material palette of aluminum louvers, wood and marble. The interior spaces were all kept in neutral tones of white or grey.