Willam Ng, founder of Studio Wills + Architects, has managed to synthesise a house that projects clarity, simplicity and liveability.
While most may look to introverted schemes in a plot hedged by other buildings, Park + Associates’ introduction of a bold, singular gesture is an inventive way of enabling ample outdoor connections.
Thomas Jefferson said, “I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” With this in mind, white is used to veil this residence as a metaphorical blank canvas.
Following a significant renovation, this 1960s walk-up on Moulmein Road, Singapore, is now an airy and elegant home, perfect for life in the present day.
Borrowed landscape and a highly considered interior outfit saw L Architects transpose this ground floor unit in Singapore to look and feel more akin to landed living.
Harnessing the power of place is to architecture what self-actualisation is to us people. Let’s take a moment to admire these exemplars of self-actualised architecture, uncovered in our hunt for Habitus House of the Year 2020.