House by ONG&ONG in Singapore

House by ONG&ONG in Singapore

Project : Katjapiring House Image 1 Location : Bandung, Indonesia Site Area : 670 m2 Building Area : 550 m2 Design Phase : 2009 Construction Phase : 2009 - 2011 #architectindonesia #architecture #archdaily

Project : Katjapiring House Image 1 Location : Bandung, Indonesia Site Area : 670 m2 Building Area : 550 m2 Design Phase : 2009 Construction Phase : 2009 - 2011 #architectindonesia #architecture #archdaily

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Sentosa Coveway by MKPL Architects, Singapore

sustainable home within an urban reserve  by Vincent Snyder Architects

Beautiful sustainable home within an urban reserve

sustainable home within an urban reserve by Vincent Snyder Architects

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As to the style of the home, “The client had spent some years living in Bali and is an admirer of modern tropical buildings,” explains Jolyon. “The design was to include a pool and cater to indoor/outdoor living in a subtropical climate.” There are three bedrooms in the main house, a bathroom and ensuite, a large open-plan living/dining area and a pool and sauna. There’s also a separate self-contained studio at the other end of the site, where guests can retreat to.

As to the style of the home, “The client had spent some years living in Bali and is an admirer of modern tropical buildings,” explains Jolyon. “The design was to include a pool and cater to indoor/outdoor living in a subtropical climate.” There are three bedrooms in the main house, a bathroom and ensuite, a large open-plan living/dining area and a pool and sauna. There’s also a separate self-contained studio at the other end of the site, where guests can retreat to.

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