In contrast with the striking nest-like structure that wraps around this home's exteriors, its mostly white minimalist interiors are quietly stunning instead. Just like most interior design projects by Spacedge Designs, most of the areas within this home is scantily adorned, allowing the carefully planned spaces to speak for itself.
 


The lattice screens that envelope this terrace home's upper storey creates an unconventional facade that also provides increased privacy.
 


The ground floor is maximised with an expansive open-concept design. The crisp white surfaces of the walls and staircase also helps this already light-filled area to be brightened up further. Zoning is also important in large open spaces, and the homeowners did this cleverly with textural floor rugs.
 


The use of blocky furniture echoes the home's sleek, architectural lines, and its dark grey hue juxtaposes with the all-white space to create a balanced colour scheme.
 


While the kitchen is decked out in wood and steel, the white theme is still subtley carried through with the white bar-height chairs.
 


The master bedroom on the upper floor is cosied up thanks to the vibrant bed linen and matching pouffes. The home's exterior and interior spaces also flow seamlessly into each other with the help of full-height windows that allow the homeowners to admire the distinctive facade from inside as well. 
 


The facade's metal screen lends the open-concept washroom utmost privacy while still allowing it to retain a sense of openness.
 


To maximise the home's awkward layout, the designers turned this angular corner into an elongated study area.

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