A good home grows as we too, grow. Many think of this as an afterthought, and endeavour to extend and renovate their living format after-the-fact. But what if we designed our homes to evolve from the very beginning?
A flat in Hong Kong has seen a drastic evolution – or indeed revolution – changing into a mixed use living and working space, taking inspiration from the spatial design of communal village spaces. After all, as they say sometimes, it takes a village…
How can living with nature be a seamless, problem-free experience? Formwerkz Architects demonstrates this with the Verandah House where the humble terrace plays the main part in uniting indoor and outdoor.
At the hands of HYLA Architects and in the words of Yvonne Xu, Siglap Plain in Singapore’s east stands out as a beautiful construct that balances the need for connection and privacy.
For Hijjas and Angela Kasturi, bringing architecture, culture and conservation together is their passion. With The Kasturi, a 5-Star beach resort on the east coast of Malaysia, they have achieved the seemingly impossible – combining luxury and authenticity.
In Singapore, space is king. In such a densely populated city, the dream of having a spacious family home is often just that – a dream. But as Produce show with 34 Medway Drive, it doesn’t have to be.
Inspired by the homeowners’ love for the outdoors, the designers at Rooot Studio have ensured that their home would be a place where they can feel equally free and at ease.
See Through House, designed by Singapore Architecture Design Company Wallflower Architecture + Design, inadvertently showcases environmental conservation efforts in architecture by way of protected Tembusu trees found on site.
In face of a multitude of architectural challenges such as structural columns and waterproofing problems, this Singaporean apartment has been completely transformed by D.D.I.