Skylights and Open Attic Transforms Terrace House in Subang

DDay Haus in Subang by DCA Design Collective Architects Damansara Jaya

Is it possible for a renovation to light up every corner in a two-storey terrace house renovation? Definitely yes, judging from this unit in Subang Jaya.

The married couple with 2 young boys renovated it to allow for multiple activity areas that interlace one another. A place for family bonding.

 

The stairs allow for lots of light to pass through.

 

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Ceiling height windows on the second floor open up to a balcony that uses grilles for flooring.

 

Lots of glass even on the attic floor.

 

Large sliding doors allow the interior to be opened up as needed. There is even a grille looking down to the ground floor.

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The open ceiling gives an airy feel.

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Exposed brick add to the feeling of space.

 

On the ground floor, the balcony serves to filter the midday sunlight.

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At the heart of the house, a beautiful dining table with matching wooden ceiling fan.

 

Design by DCA: Design Collective Architects in Damansara Jaya. Images from their Facebook album and Architizer.

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