Nestled away from the hustle and bustle of city life lies a cosy, tropical resort home. With its light timber-framed structure, vernacular roof and subtle use of louvered windows, the house is heavily influenced by the gradually disappearing features of the traditional rumah kampung. Ample apertures introduce natural light and ventilation into the home, creating openness and a sense of unified indoor and outdoor.
This seamless transition is further enhanced through the use of natural, earthy materials such as handmade terracotta and ceramic tiles, balau timber and rattan; as well as a series of bifold doors that blur the line between inside and outside. Combined with an open floor plan in the living area, it makes for the perfect space for lively gatherings with friends or even quiet, cosy, rainy days with the family.