Once a standard Malaysian bungalow, the Voila House is now an uplifting modern residence, with partitions that may be simply disassembled, to get the utmost of the outside surroundings. The undertaking was designed by Fabian Tan Architect in Kuala Lumpur and accomplished this yr. The shoppers needed a contemporary and galvanizing residence, enjoyable and deeply related to the outside. Inspired by the timber surrounding the home, “the design of the household rooms would naturally face this inexperienced serene outward view. The widespread areas prolong into the backyard, in a D-form method; with the personal rooms and kitchen positioned on the opposite aspect of the home.”
With an open plan front room, the Voila House surprises you with an fascinating round space, surrounded by revolving doorways. When closed, that specific rounded a part of the lounge provides a further sense of privateness. When opened, the room seems to be utterly reworked, turning into an unobstructed outside area. The boundaries between the indoor and the outside disappear, revealing an thrilling, breezy and wholesome dwelling surroundings. The inside is sort of minimalist, with industrial influences and powerful splashes of color.