We have pointed out that many villas are usually one or two storey, and there are a few multi-storey examples.
Since we are talking about design of multi-storey villas, for many, first impression may be this:
After all, no one wants to turn a sky-high luxury home into an economical villa. If you want to be different, you can refer to this design case~
This Jalan Seaview House is located in Singapore with a total built-up area of approximately 864 square meters.
There are three floors on ground, with a basement, a total of four floors. This is a standard multi-storey building.
The villa has a curved shape as a whole, which gives building a sense of flexibility and elegance.
It also uses a new type of lightweight building material that has its own soft light no matter what angle it is viewed from.
The design of tiers of balconies makes whole building graceful and graceful, like lotus leaves in a lotus pond.
The curves of pillars under balcony are thin and flexible, which weakens hardness of stone, making it smooth and soft.
The basement mainly includes a bar and seating area, and linear fixtures are used to fill with light.
The glass door between ground floor lobby and outside is used for heat dissipation and can be fully opened. Swimming pool one step away.
Ceiling fans promote air circulation and reduce energy consumption.
The dining room is quite high and spacious.
The second floor is a semi-open space, and a suspended glass floor eliminates feeling of occlusion of solid floor.
An open balcony adjoins mezzanine floor, which can be used as a reception room.
A spiral staircase, pure white, with large glass railings, light and modern.
Above staircase is a stepped glass window that greatly enhances vertical breathing of space.
Next is a more private seating area with a large open balcony.
There is also a large terrace outside master bedroom where you can enjoy sun.
When night falls, pure white façade creates a soft halo of light, making entire building more transparent.