The essence of Celestial Heights is to extend the boundaries of aestheticism, creating a home that is both a sanctuary as well as a gallery. The tree-inspired design motifs within this space are aplenty, and aim to make residents feel at peace with nature.
Enter the lift lobby and be greeted by a stainless steel ceiling that is flanked by a mirror shoe cabinet. The shadows cast on wall by ceiling lamps from ‘Catellani & Smith’ gives the place an air of mystery.
The warm feel of wood floor and the wooden murals of a laser-cut tree pattern make the house become a home, unique in character while offering luxurious comfort. Tom Dixon lamps in dining area adorn the ceiling, splaying shadows across white eco wallpaper that resemble sunlight through a jungle of leaves.
The narrow corridor, a space that is often unused, belies a living space of rooms each playfully marked with stainless steel nametags. Designer ‘Catellani & Smith’ wall lamps enhance the contemporary feel while hinting at the elongated shape of trees.
The tall-standing feature display shows the “earthy feel” of the eco wallpaper complements the linear patterns of squares and lines and multi-colour plexiglass. The physical effect is quite astounding when the back-lit lighting hits the unit and through the plexiglass shelves, providing a kaleidoscope of colours. It’s something that’s more natural of a premium art gallery than of a home.
The master bedroom is a purpose- designed living and working space. The built-in wardrobe completes the practical and pragmatic nature of the room. For the bedrooms, good clean white lines help keep the room a tidy design. The warm wall colours and wooden floor give it a natural enclosure comforting and soothing. The magnetic wallpaper by PORCHE Design takes design elements one step into the future.