Designed with a contemporary gridded form, Living Grid House by L Architects deals with Singapore’s tropical climate in a clever manner.
Villa City prioritises space for young children while addressing the need for a home that offers respite from its dense surroundings.
Full of daylight and wonderful gardens, B House – belonging to a concrete workshop owner – is anything but grey.
With its references to tropical modernism and passive design, Casa De Silva on the outskirts of Sri Lanka is a sanctuary-like dwelling.
With the help of interior design studio arche°, a plant-loving couple built their own ‘outdoor garden’ right in the middle of their flat.
Biofilico founder Matt Morley shares easy ways to achieve a biophilic home for better health and well-being.
Looking for your next staycation? This hotel offers bird’s-nest-like pavilions and has 2,400 different trees and plants as part of its garden-in-a-hotel experience.
Affectionately referred to as The Oasis House and designed by Asialand ID, this detached house features open-concept interiors and lush greenery.
What does it take to live more sustainably at home? Homeowners Lingyi and Marvin tell us all about their personal journey and share easy tips we can try.
In this landed home occupied by an athletic specialist consultant, a horse trainer and their three children, Metaphor Studio played with lines and volumes while maximising the home’s view of greenery for greater comfort.
The dream of living close to nature is possible even if you live in a flat or apartment. Just see how these homes have embraced the outdoors.
Inside Out House was designed in response to the client’s dreams of being out of the city, in the midst of nature and having the means and imagination to explore.
Cat-friendly features and greenery have been brought into this spacious flat designed by SPIRE.
The dream of living in a spacious family home comes to fruition in this shophouse inspired property at Medway Drive, where an internal courtyard takes centrestage.