Welcome to our gallery featuring the elegant, modern Lo Residence, a home designed by LCGA Design Team.
The homeowners wanted a space both functionally practical and beautiful, and the team delivered in a simple, direct way.
In spite of the long and narrow dimensions of the space, the living room was designed as a high-ceiling space so that natural light can spread throughout the interior.
Without any division, the whole interior is distinguished via floors in different materials and height. For example, the public space flooring in the home is made of tiles while the private space boasts wooden flooring.
Walking over the floor, one can feel the relaxing atmosphere through different textures. To enlarge the area of the media wall in the living room, the partition wall of the bathroom is oblique and extends to the ceiling of the bedroom so that the space looks larger than its actual size, seemingly more spacious.
Diverse mixture of building materials such as the grey glare combined with wooden materials creates multiple layers of feelings to the space.
LCGA Design team also takes advantage of the top floor area to create a space of an individual study and studio so that the couple can still keep their privacy without disturbing the other and have the freedom of being alone while enjoying the company with each other.
We hope you enjoy this phenomenal space!
The intricate, interlocking open-plan design allows the flooring and other textural materials to distinguish different spaces within the home. Here we see the kitchen at right and private bedroom spaces to the left.
The expanse of large format tile flooring here defines the bright and clean-lined kitchen, framed in sequences of glossy black and white.
The kitchen itself features a U-shaped countertop in glossy white, with sleek black cabinetry for contrast. Panels of rich hardwood form a bold center on wall and ceiling.
Pendant lights hang above the dining-space countertop at right, while we see a cozy living room space in the distance, standing beneath a checkered panel wall and set of open-design stairs.
The lengthy, narrow space allows for a variety of functions to share a single open-plan area, with the kitchen here giving way to a bedroom focused space in the distance.
The central living room features a single leather wrapped contemporary sofa and tripod table, tucked beneath a metal and hardwood open-design staircase.
Looking back toward the kitchen from the living room and staircase space, we see the natural light from the high ceilinged room spilling throughout the interior.
With a head-on view, we see the cozier, lower-ceiling space carved out of the immense structural wall.
The black and white patterned wall in the living room slides open to reveal a bathroom, tucked beneath the staircase.
The bathroom is filled with sharp detail, including micro-tile flooring and wall, with a large soaking tub sharing space with a bold white floating vanity.
The central, high-ceiling part of the home features an expansive vertical layering of materials, with stone, marble, wood, and metal combining for a shifting, detailed visual presence.
Here we have a vertiginous view of the central open space. The vertical element adds immeasurably to the perceived size of the home.
The upper level boasts rich, dark hardwood paneling as a defining feature. The low glass and metal railing provides safety and views toward the lower level.
At the top of the stairs, we see this sleek home office space, centered on a large black desk.
The other half of this open design space is another office area, with sleek white desk beneath a modern lighting rack. A trio of pendant lights hangs over the black desk at left aesthetics.ae.
Looking back toward the white office from the black desk, we see a sleek, hidden storage panel in the natural wood wall at left.
The upper floor, compact as it is, features enhanced visual space by the use of a mirrored wall above the open stairwell void.
Returning to the main floor, next to the kitchen we see the bedroom, decked out in rich hardwood flooring on a raised platform. The front door features a mixture of metal, wood, and smoked glass.
The bedroom en suite includes the marble wrapped vanity at left, helping bookend the bedroom itself. The raised hardwood flooring defines the comfy space.
Seen through the retractable doors at the end of the kitchen, the bedroom holds a large dividing curtain for privacy.
The mixture of rich natural wood tones and sleek white shelving in the bedroom makes for a striking high contrast appearance.
Viewed from the bed area, the dividing wall sleekly houses the Tv, while making for a private space within the en suite.
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The bathroom half of the en suite involves marble, sleek white vanity countertop, and abundant storage options.
We leave you with an image of one of the homeowners enjoying his kitchen at night.
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