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For this maisonette for a family of four – including two young children – physical and visual connectivity between spaces were emphasised.

The glass folding doors to the dining room can be opened to allow for activities to spill over to the foyer during gatherings; a window between the kitchen and living area allows the mother to watch over her playing children while she cooks; the wall that typically separates the kitchen from the balcony has been removed for dining (and barbeques!) to happen more fluidly in the balcony, while also allowing plenty of natural light and ventilation into the kitchen; at the study on the upper floor, a glass window allows one to peer at goings-on downstairs.

These design considerations allow the close-knit family to remain visually connected even if each member is at a different area of the home.

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