Tag Residence is an interior project by Phia van der Meulen and M Square Lifestyle Design and is located in Zimbabwe.
The interior of the house consists of a double volume entrance hall, breakfast area, lanai, double volume bar, family room, kitchen, study, lounge area, home theatre, pajama lounge, gym and stand-alone guest bathroom. The house also has a guest bedroom and en-suite, staff living area and bathroom, four family bedrooms, all with en-suites, and a main bedroom with a bathroom and walk-in closet. Outside the house is a covered viewing deck and a first-floor deck, both of which were designed by M Square Lifestyle Design.
The tone of the design was that of clean lines and monolithic forms, while the general palette contained dark shades of grey with a touch of deep purple and brown for the undertones. Accents of hot rolled mild steel and tinted glass contrasted with each other while recessed downlights were utilized throughout. Wood, cast In‐Situ concrete and gray natural limestone tiling mad up the floor. The walls consist of black back painted glass, dark elm wood, grey tinted glass, limestone marble, stone cladding and acoustic panels. A variety of paint was also used on the different walls, including kettle sprout, husks of wheat, magic and charcoal.
In terms of the ceiling, anodized brushed aluminium, steel cladding and black glossy barrisol lighting were among the things used.
The various uses of wood and limestone allowed for a contrast of elements within the spaces
Barrisol lighting, glass cabinetry, dark veneer timber slates were also used as elements within the residence.
Furnishings were sourced from well-known international brands such as FOSCARINI, Roda, B & B Italia, BdBarcelona and Molteni & C.