This undertaking introduced to us by architect Channa Horombuwa is a conversion of a half-method carried out peculiar-wanting home in Dompe, Sri Lanka into a up to date piece of structure. The home was on the half approach mark, and not using a roof however with a set of uncooked brick partitions and slabs, when the shopper realized that the result of the home was not going to be what he has been anticipating. The new residence now consists of 5 bedrooms, three loos, giant dwelling, eating, pantry, TV foyer and kitchen. The Gym is a separate part situated subsequent to the pool.
The giant front room with a double peak opens out to the massive entrance backyard on one aspect and to the swimming pool and deck on the rear aspect. The intension was to take care of the outside indoor relationship very successfully with using giant glazed panels. The entrance foyer or the stair foyer is as soon as once more a double peak area with a floating staircase operating in a single stretch as a function on one aspect towards a textured coloured wall with a collection of glass openings at random sizes. The backyard runs round the home and joins the swimming pool on the rear finish. The glass flooring above the deep finish of the swimming pool is a particular function and a well-liked seating area for the guests. Photos and knowledge offered by architect Channa Horombuwa