Since our glow-tastic LABpark light event we have become obsessed with light filled spaces in all mediums.
Take a glimpse at Nordic-industrial inspired double storey cluster home Primrose. An impressive 4+1 bedroom home ideally suited to modern family living at Bandar Baru Sri Klebang, Ipoh.
With a generous built up area of 2,387sq.ft., open-plan living is central to the design, while large windows and a private patio ensures that the entire home is filled with natural light.
Make the most of light and colour
Lean lines, chic minimalism and an overall airy fee will bring you instant calm. On the ground floor, the spacious dining/family room is the hub of the home. With doors that open up onto the patio, an industrial dining table and large corner sofa, it is equally suited to formal entertaining as it is to family dinner time.
A bold modern kitchen leads to a bedroom, bathroom, washing area, maids room and a private courtyard.
The first floor features a master bedroom, and provides the ideal space to unwind, complete with modern ensuite and adjoining private balcony. A playful family hallway leads to a further two double bedrooms, each with ensuite.
A calming yet dramatic contrast of pastel and denim blues build the character of this home. Raw textures such as craft stone in the foyer, metal elements in furniture and natural wooden wall panels ensure this is a home guests won’t want to leave.
Playing to the abundance of natural light, Goldfields Concepts has designed a show home to strike the perfect balance between contemporary and traditional. Vincent Lim at Goldfields Concepts mused “There’s one key difference between Nordic design and other minimalist spaces and that is the comfort level. While many minimalist interiors can come off feeling a little too stark or cold, Scandinavian spaces are warm and inviting. Here, cozy, comforting accents are the key to that success.”
What is a cluster build?
The popular cluster buid consists of a group of four homes in a square block, allowing each home to have a side of land as well its own private courtyard. Unlike terrace houses, the cluster design is not confined by its neighbours on each side. Every unit is a corner unit with more visible external walls for windows to provide light and ventilation.
We hope it inspires homebuyers to the fine Scandinavian art of living a balanced happy life!