L Architects conceives of a beautiful dwelling that invites meaningful connections to the outdoors and among its residents.
By capitalising on the brilliant flow of daylight coming into the space, Blend by ImC has turned this narrow apartment in Joo Chiat into a bright and spacious home with its own sunroom.
A roof that drips, windows with no glass, a stair between patches of grass – Linghao Architects’ renovation to a house allows its occupants to live with nature’s vicissitudes.
The brief was for a cosy and homely space, and OVON delivered it with finesse in this three-room BTO flat with pockets of greenery that bring the outdoors in.
This home in Melbourne is a contemporary abode that responds to both the majestic gum trees and locals who pass by.
Designed with a contemporary gridded form, Living Grid House by L Architects deals with Singapore’s tropical climate in a clever manner.
In this dwelling designed by ASOLIDPLAN, a central atrium connects a close-knit, multi-generational family.
With its references to tropical modernism and passive design, Casa De Silva on the outskirts of Sri Lanka is a sanctuary-like dwelling.
Clever design rejuvenates this semi-detached house in a densely populated area of Sydney’s east, giving residents plenty of natural light without sacrificing their privacy.
Following a most daring spatial transformation, this resale flat now features a ‘green corridor’ and calm, light-filled spaces that a couple and their pet rabbits can enjoy to the fullest.