Mt Sinai – The Collector’s House
Could a home also be a gallery? The layout planning for this interior almost revolved around the art pieces and sculpture collection belonging to the owner of this house.
The neutral color scheme acts like a huge backdrop for the art paintings. Entering the house unveils the surprises at each nook and corner. As we enter into the living spaces, we can appreciate the gallery of painting exhibition. Conceptually, the design was to execute the practically of a home as well as to create the clarity of flow around the art pieces.
As the main stairway was created like a viewing gallery with the main art pieces as we move from one level to another. As we moved to the top floor, the largest painting greets you for an intentional conversation.
Other than the art collection, the living room backdrops against the grey dry kitchen with an subtle island, next to the extendable Eclisse Dining Table with the beautiful Verner Panton Hang Lights.
The rest of the interior are redesigned based on shades white, grey and timber to achieve a quiet form of subtlety in colors and design.