Shades of grey, walnut and a granite vanity top for this master bath at #sunsethouse Photo | @studioperiphery #mingarchitects #masterbathroom
Intersection of volumes create useable covered indoor outdoor spaces. Photo | @studioperiphery #mingarchitects #sunsethouse
Console and shelf detail, with joinery by @jncollective #mingarchitects #interiordesign
White Italian marbles and glossy lacquered paint for this contemporary dry kitchen Photo | Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects #courtyardhouse #drykitchen
A project we completed a while back - stacked volumes define both the internal spaces and external building facade. #mingarchitects #contemporaryhomes
The loft bathroom is accessed through a suspended bridge in an internal airwell, which invites light into the various rooms Photo | @studioperiphery #mingarchitects #venushouse
Copious amount of Arabescato marble in this bathroom/sauna. Photo | @jabalistudio #mingarchitects #swettenhamhouse
7 years and a renovation later, delighted to finally have a proper photoshoot done. Photo | @studioperiphery #mingarchitects #sunsethouse
Board form concrete finish look achieved in our recent project with imported formliner. We chose a Cedar wood pattern with subtle, yet distinctive grains. #mingarchitects #lotushouse #concrete
Twilight skies form a blue backdrop to the roof profile Photo | Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects #branksomehouse #gable
Statuarietto countertop and back panel, stained walnut and black glass cabinets for this dry kitchen Photo | @jabalistudio #mingarchitects #swettenhamhouse #drykitchen
In this GCB reconstruction, we added a new home theatre above the entry as a modern counterpoint to the existing house structure. Photo | @jabalistudio #swettenhamhouse #mingarchitects
Picture perfect view of the pool below Photo | @studioperiphery #mingarchitects
Various material details for our latest apartment project. Patterned glass, solid oak handles, textured porcelain tiles #mingarchitects #nassimmansion #interiordesign
Simple shower niche detail for a luxury apartment development - Ahmedabad, India #mingarchitects #interiordesign
Coming back home always evokes memories, the first house where it all started. #mingarchitects #sunsethouse
A home theatre we completed a while back with laser-cut sliding panels on a marble backdrop Photo | @jabalistudio #mingarchitects #swettenhamhouse
On a roll with staircase shots - This suspended open riser allows daylight and views of the roof garden to penetrate the house. Photo | Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects #branksomehouse
This staircase is the first one we've completed with precast concrete treads. Each individual piece is supported by steel sections which hang suspended from the slab above. Photo | @studioperiphery #venushouse #staircase
Scaffolds down and final coating applied to the off-form fin walls. This suspended balcony is positioned directly over the lap pool below. #workinprogress #merryn house
Grey marble and black granite sets the tone for this contemporary bathroom in #courtyardhouse Photo | Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects
Model making process, before assembly #forestviewhouse
Crystal clear waters at #berrimahouse Photo | Edward Hendricks
Ebony stained teak, black painted steel and cement rendered walls in our loft at #venushouse Photo | @studioperiphery Joinery | @jonathanchankk