The key challenge was bringing light and space to the small, dark rooms of the original terrace. A bold roofline floods the interior with natural light from above. The design makes use of vertical space through a double-height void, which connects the living areas to the floating study. By expanding the space vertically, the home becomes open and spacious while maintaining definition between rooms and areas of the house.
A minimalist palette of crisp white, natural timber and black creates a sense of simplicity and calm. Textures and decorative elements, such as the white wire mesh serving as the stair balustrade, are simultaneously functional, adding detail without over-complicating the interiors.