Marble flooring, uniform shades of wood, and a largely white interior enveloping the sleek furnishings are combined to create an uplifting ambiance in this condominium.
With a decidedly minimalist décor based on a limited range of materials and colours, Nu Infinity creates yet another potentially award-winning interior with an unprecedented level of spaciousness in the open spaces of this condominium. In addition to the prevalence of slender forms, an understated interplay between light and wood is used to provide the interior with a subtle elegance.
From the foyer to the full-height windows on the far end of the seating lounge, a continuous wall is decked in vertical slats composed of pale wood to lead the eye into the core of the open layout and to frame the white marble panels of the entertainment wall. A definitively minimalist console surface formed out of the same shade of wood projects from the wall, underscoring the marble wall and serving as a transitional feature between the wood and stone in the background.
Full-height windows occupy the entire length of the space between the furthest corners of the seating and dining areas. Dressed with white sheer curtains hanging from concealed railings, the windows enable an abundance of natural light to fill the mostly white interior and highlight the furnishings in pale wood.
A black and white photograph of the Eiffel tower – taken from the top platform of the Palais de Chaillot, hangs in the dining space; the iconic view is elongated to fit into golden proportion in relation to the length of the grey wall, the white cabinetry, and nearby dining table.
A series of slender pendant lights hangs from the white ceiling, casting warm yellow light over the pale wood surface.
Beside the dining area is a discrete passageway leading to the bedrooms, where the minimalist décor is maintained to counter the relatively small dimensions of these spaces.
In the master bedroom, where space is provided more liberally, lavish accents are included to elevate the chamber to elegant heights. The use of pale wood is noticeably diminished in this bedroom, applied in small measures to frame the headboard and accent furnishings. The generously sized windows permit more sunlight to enter this space, enabling the use of darker greys in the fabric headboard, soft decorations, and the leather upholstery of the lone armchair.
Interior Design Firm
Nu Infinity Sdn Bhd
No. 50, Jalan PJS 1/50
46150 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Article by Kevin Eichenberger