The condo looks like a concrete jungle. Plants are sprouting all over the house and make you feel like you are actually outdoors. The owners consulted with the expert interior designer named Billie dela Cruz. Each area in the unit features the city layout. The common areas appear to be the city, the foyer looks like the port, and the bedroom is a forest. The condo’s interior design is matched with the lifestyle of the owner.
“What I wanted for [this unit] is for it to be a resting space that should force me to go out often,” says the client. That means a home that’s comfortable enough to rest in, yet not too much that it makes the thought of staying in too enticing. In a way, this makes the rough textures and shades of the unit beautiful to perceive yet grating enough to force you out when you stay too long. This abstract take on segments of urban areas is definitely fascinating, and despite the disparity in appearance between each space, there is a sense of cohesion as you navigate through the whole unit.
The foyer is white unlike the metal aesthetic of the other places. The guest will feel a mellow impression because of the monochromatic color of the foyer. The Astro Boy figurines is the center of attraction in the unit.
Dining Area | Kitchen
The dining area has a table that is considered as a functional art piece. Ralph David is the artist who created the metal table. In the evening you will see the mood lighting of the table’s built-in strip lights. The owner of the house lives alone so the table doesn’t need to be spacious.