A scalloped open cellar is a driving force behind this advanced family home in the luxury legacy of Bukit Timah. A perspective of the Olympic swimming pool can be seen from the cellar, through a huge inspection panel. The main element is a flight of stairs in the sculptural strip, which joins the stories of the living room and the private room by architecture firms singapore.
This unpretentious home sits on a unique framed plot in the center of Singapore. Surrounded by a street of blood vessels that indicates an interstate on the main length of the site, the house is protected from traffic by the use of substantial vertical balance dividers outside the structure, which are deliberately placed to allow perspectives on the Olympic pool and organize planted as a cushion component.
The plan for this accommodation confined to a luxury accommodation domain in the center of Singapore was obtained from the state of the three-sided land on which it is located. White beveled projections and steel screens along the length of the elevation of the structure highlight the width of the terrain and lend a contemporary class quality to the structure’s varnish.
A seven-meter-high two-volume courtyard is the core of this multi-generation family home. Crossing this emotional space of the composition, a thin suspended extension interfaces with the front and rear wings of the house, which involve the guardians and their children’s families.