With large and flowing spaces ergonomic décor and innovative lighting House Tat floors you with its distinct and dazzling look. Lighting plays a pivotal role in highlighting and elevating the interiors of most homes conceptualized and brought to life by Nico van der Meulen Architects. This signature style is pretty evident in House Tat as well as large pendant lights recessed lighting and track lighting combine to add a warm and inviting charm to the residence.
A large living space clad in pristine white welcomes you inside even as several levels of private quarters are beautifully tucked away above it. The indoor pool and the lounge area offer an element of surprise and the floating spiral staircase with glass railing brings a sense of magic and excitement to the setting. Large floor-to-ceiling glass windows provide visual connectivity with the world outside. Green spaces and carefully placed plants bring in some natural freshness to the interiors.
The interiors of the residence sport an urban contemporary look with sleek and polished surfaces accentuated by clean and well defined lines. The main floor houses a spacious living room a lovely dining space next to a large window an ergonomic kitchen and cozy breakfast rooms that offer a perfect start to the day. All these spaces are connected visually with one another with only ceiling transitions demarcating them in a stylish and sleek fashion.
At night vivid colors induce a sense of freedom a jungle of design where textures hide in the dark and colors soften their cheer. Ambient light can help define different atmospheres depending on your mood. After all this is what luxury is all about – an abundance of feelings memories ideas stories transposed into the material world.
Contemporary features of the home were enhanced further by adding a stunning floating staircase with a glass railing. Interesting art work on the walls and the iconic Eames Lounger complete the transformation of House 1005 with style and sophistication!