Coined “The Treehouse” by its designers from Asialand ID, this semi-d overlooks a lush canopy of foliage and daylight. It’s a Design and Build project featuring a palette of materials and colours inspired by the tropics.
This new house by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design takes a residential model more familiar in Asia and Europe and adapts it for an urban infill site in Melbourne.
Carpentry, fabrication and a generous use of birch ply are key in this bright and spacious walk-up by Produce.
Following the simple yet highly functional design adage of Japanese homes, this HDB flat by the D5 Studio Image design team has been completely reconfigured. They have made the most out of the non-load-bearing walls by transforming them into practical yet stylish storage.
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.
Inspired by Scandinavian simplicity and aesthetics, the homeowners’ brief to the designers of Artistroom was to create a cosy abode with warm wood tones. The designers also addressed the issue of privacy – seeing as the flat is a corridor unit – by installing bespoke adjustable wooden louvred windows.
D’ Initial Concept designed a modern family home with a fascinating social basement that has a view of the pool above it.
While practical considerations in home renovation are fundamentally important, a storytelling approach can serve to add deeper meaning and personalisation to your space. ROOOT Studio tells you how.
When the owners of this 5-room HDB flat hired JX Design, top on their brief was their desire for distinctly separated private and public spaces. Designer Goh Cheah Sheh has taken this directive and given them so much more: a fun barn-style concept, and rooms that connect with one another.
This inter-terrace house in Singapore by Hyla Architects finds a balance between porosity and privacy.