Selected and proudly featured in Architecture Malaysia magazine issue 4 of 2019. Pushing away from the bore minimalism and respecting architecture craftmanship with 12,000 sqf internal build up area. This project is located at an affluent township of Bandar Seri Alam, Johor.
Daniel Bungalow combines different geometrical designs that bring out a modern contemporary architecture concept with a slightly futuristic vibe. The overall concept is to create an avant-garde design that not only gives it a sophisticated outlook amid purified landscapes area but at the same time, offering house owners a closer proximity to nature.
The bungalow's coping features highlighted various elevations of the building whthiich framed the distinctive views of the bungalow at different sides, thus providing a unique character throughout. The coping at the main facade building shields the walls from weather damage. The biggest coping that supports a balcony space extended from the first-floor bedroom in front of the house works as an eye-catching feature not to be missed.