‘house moy’ by nico van der meulen architects
in daylight, ‘house moy’ displays interiors that seem unpretentious with minimalist elegance. the emphasis is placed on the openness
of the space connecting the garden with the inner workings of its surrounding. during the evening, the environment transforms through
the use of ambient light features. the entrance hall and formal lounge display an array of punctured wall and ceiling panes lit up by
cold cathode lights. developed by south african nico van der meulen architects, the interior fabric articulates the functional elements
of the building as highlighted features.
exterior of ‘house moy’ at night
from the outside it is possible to see the magnificent staircase
the open plan lounge extends to the patio outside
pool merging space
the furniture has been carefully selected to blen with the elegance of the architecture
nature from inside
the dining room has been furnished with elegance and style.
the main bedroom with its en suite bathroom also has a wide balcony that leads outside
the pool at night