Starting from a bare slate with massive alterations done to the existing structure, Baum Project overhauled this terrace house with contemporary and tailored features to create an airy family home.
Blending indoor and outdoor living, this Bayside residence by JCB Architects provides ample space for all different functions.
This terrace house in Australia channels the story of a home through decades of ownership by the same client.
The house on Figaro Street is naturally ventilated throughout and opens up to the outdoors in a most delightful manner.
Through massive spatial reconfiguration, AP Concept transforms this property into a space for quiet interests and sociable moments.
Formwerkz Architects employs a medley of judicious manoeuvres to create a light-filled, interactive terrace house filled with the pleasantries of plants.
A couple so loved what Artistroom did with their first home that they engaged the interior design studio when they moved to a larger property.
From a glamorous, sculptural island bench to a layered timber kitchen and dining space – each of these kitchens offer something unique.
An elegant material palette and a curated collection of objets d’art come together to elevate this family home designed by Metaphor Studio.
Custom features, enlarged windows and balanced materiality bring a sense of spaciousness and a homely and personal touch to this landed home.
Home to an artist and her family, this conserved shophouse along Kim Yam Road serves dual purpose as a residence and art gallery.
This two-storey semi-detached house by Asialand ID capitalises on the surrounding views while balancing shade, privacy and openness.
An efficient interior meets a layered facade of custom-designed breeze blocks and trees in this A-frame home in Indonesia.
Like an eclectic jewellery box, the GT Madhouse is full of delightful surprises and is reminiscent of all that is precious to this family.
Vipha House by Anonym Studio welcomes the presence of light and nature in architecture that is intentionally transparent.
House Cove(r) by Touch Architect maximises its corner site, adding ample additional space to this multi-generational home.
On a corner plot of land in the centre of Bangkok, 55 Sathorn is a luxurious family home that feels far from its populous neighbourhood.
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.
State of Kin’s bold use of colour and unique style comes to life in Shutter House, a Perth home that embraces the joyfulness of design.
Rather than rebuilding from scratch, akiHAUS Design Studio has improved the design of a terrace house, and made it a sensible and elegant family home.
Recently named President’s Design Award 2020 ’Design of the Year’, Cloister House in Johor Bahru, Malaysia is a large cloistered home with a fresh spin on the tropical vernacular.
Parenthesis creates an elegant family oasis out of an inter-terrace house where the needs of three generations are catered for.
Affectionately known as the Dual House, this 2-in-1 home is a sensitive response to the way a multigenerational family unit desires to live together under one roof.
In this home designed to live, work and hygge, Space Sense Studio wanted to present a bold narrative that is accessible, symbolic and strikingly unique.
Home to a family of four and their helper, this roomy abode has been tastefully decorated by Notion of W to be a picture of timeless simplicity and luxury.
Sailom House by Anonym brings three families under one roof, responding to their different hobbies with unique design elements, including a rock climbing wall.
In an unusual move, the main staircase in this open-plan Malaysian residence has been made a feature in its own right.
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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.
With the help of Rhiss Interior, this three-storey cluster house becomes the ideal location to raise a large, multi-generational family.
A resale bungalow that was seemingly stuck in the ’90s aesthetics has been given a 21st century design intervention by Vivre Creative Design.
This Balinese-inspired family house takes the aesthetics of tropical homes, but with a fresh and modern update.
When it came time to design his very own family home, Norman Lim, partner at Asialand ID, started by reconstructing the estate to extend its floor area and enlarge the semi-detached house, transforming it into a nature-inspired sanctuary.
Design of Schatz gave this tired house a complete makeover that refreshed and revitalised the interiors.
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This posh, contemporary residential estate by Studio Lotus is a master stroke in architectural ingenuity and exquisite, yet homely interior design.
Obbio Concept has created a modern and engaging family home that’s designed with all its inhabitants in mind.
Sporting interesting circular motifs and sleek finishes, this semi-detached house by Lux Design is a picture of modern luxury with a very desirable guest room.
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Wincy Tang of Rhiss Interior has given her repeat clients a home with beautiful textured walls, effectively setting it apart from the other units in the cluster housing estate.
With modern designs, thoughtful details and leafy greenery, the designers from Prozfile have turned a landed home into a luxurious retreat that the whole family can enjoy.
This four-bedder landed house in Singapore looks like it’s been transported from England.
Linear Space Concepts turns a dated looking and spatially inefficient residence into a contemporary family home for five.
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A terraced house in the Katong area enjoys influences from Singapore’s Peranakan and colonial heritage, befitting the owners’ mixed backgrounds.
This beautiful family home by SPIRE comes with a statement kitchen, a gym and and even a leisure room.
The homeowners’ affinity for earthy tones and modern design are executed to great effect by Design Zage in this terrace house. Glossy white surfaces are paired with woodgrain patterns to lend a contemporary but laidback look.
The team of builders from Sunpeak Construction, architects from Tai Architects and interior designers from Studio IF (part of Formwerkz Architects) worked collaboratively to build a modern bungalow that fulfils Mr. Ng KS and his family’s needs.
See the stunning interiors of this Hong Kong villa that expounds a poetic quality designed by VERB + PARA.
Rescued from decay, this Victorian mansion in Melbourne, Australia blends its past with an elegant, new contemporary character.
Sustainability is more than just an environmental issue and this house in Vietnam shows how a home can be sustainable in more ways than one.
Situated among rice fields and home to nature-loving residents, the tranquil location and the down-to-earth nature of agriculture is the inspiration for the design of this Taiwanese house.
Malaysian architect Fabian Tan creates a fascinating family of spaces where inside and outside are brought together.
See how Gwen Tan and Berlin Lee embrace nature instead of shutting it out by way of an unconventional layout and remarkably open design.
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Hyla Architects’ inward-facing design gives rise to a family home that features two courtyards and an impressive spatial plan.
In Australia, Philip Stejskal Architecture designs a house for a fly-in-fly-out worker to always feel at home.
Two years living in a residence last updated decades ago, and it was high time the clients of this residence in Prahran, Melbourne, reached out to Pipkorn & Kilpatrick for an update.
Glass, tinted mirrors and luxurious stones give this new build a sleek and modern contemporary look.
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.
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.
A medley of exterior and interior amendments have resulted in a refined family home that harks back to its equestrian past.
D’ Initial Concept designed a modern family home in calming, neutral hues that spell luxury.
The homeowners’ fondness of wood is translated into their multi-generational home’s modern oriental design by Json Er of Design of Schatz. Used for both functional and decorative purposes, the presence of wood bestows warmth and grandeur to highlight a luxurious style.
The enfolding slatted envelope of Damansara House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia means that, even when the screens are closed, the views are still open.
A semi-detached house in Singapore by HYLA Architects offers a rich experience through a series of cascading courtyards.