Embark on a visual and intellectual journey through architectural excellence and rethinking of tropical living.
Transplanting the essence of one Indian capital city into another, RSDA has retrofitted a family home with a finely tuned focus on colour, material and furniture.
Studio iF observed a restrained approach for this 1980s intermediate terrace house, treating the original property with sensitivity and respect rather than erase its architectural identity.
Quod Architects designs an environmentally-sustainable ‘outdoor house’ fit for Singapore’s tropical climate, marrying nature and the man-made, present and future.
Designed with a contemporary gridded form, the aptly named Living Grid House by L Architects deals with Singapore’s tropical climate in a clever manner.
Formwerkz Architects employs a medley of judicious manoeuvres to create a light-filled, interactive terrace house filled with the pleasantries of plants.
A roof that drips, windows with no glass, a stair between patches of grass – Linghao Architects’ renovation to a house in Singapore allows its occupants to live with nature’s vicissitudes.
The House at Jalan Seruling, described by the owner as a “house that breathes”, is an emotive spatial outcome by MAKK Architects that integrates structure, activity, and the language of architecture.
Embodying the idea of a tropical retreat, 3 Ash House in Singapore is a singular design for a particular client.
Gwen Tan is an architect with an illustrious career, designing homes that not only make a statement in their manipulation of form, but also in the way they respond to the owners, “adapting and evolving” over time.
HYLA Architects’ Concrete Light House reinterprets the tropical house with concrete as an endearing protagonist.