Themes and colours may play a crucial role in the design of one’s home, but it could be argued that space planning is equally, if not, more important as well. Enclave proves just that.
Intended to house one person, this previously three-room apartment had its walls knocked down, leaving behind a single bedroom, a living room, and a dining room.
Designed with timelessness in mind, this bright and airy space has a colour palette filled with neutrals and earth tones, and is furnished with light walnut wood furniture.
The floor throughout the home, save for the washroom, is filled with Microcement for a seamless and durable finish.
The owner’s inclination toward hosting functions at her residence gave rise to a spacious design for the living and dining rooms. The existing settee along the windows in the dining room is now used as seats for guests, and a grand light wood table sits in the middle of it all – perfect for holding social dinners.
Meanwhile, the living room is tucked in a quiet corner of the condo, making it ideal for smaller-scale gatherings.
The wall that separates the main bedroom from the rest of the home was converted into a fluted glass sliding panel, allowing for more light to permeate in the daytime. The bedhead was placed along the settee instead for privacy.
Next to it is the master bathroom where walls no longer exist and in their place is a single glass panel that helps create the truly seamless and private experience this home boasts.