Homeowners want a modern House in Singapore, spacious home that can be opened as much as possible without compromising security and privacy. Surrounded by neighbors on four sides, the solution is a fully fenced compound with a localized space program like swimming pools and gardens, often considered the outside of the envelope of the house. By partitioning spaces such as bedrooms and waiters at alternative levels, i.e., 2nd floor and basement, ground planes are freed from the walls that will be required if public programs and private are placed alternately on the same plane. The see-through blocks allow for a continuous, uninterrupted 40-meter view, from the lobby and pool, through the formal living area to the garden courtyard and the formal dining area in the second episode. All of these spaces are considered within the building range of the house. Enclosed Open House in Singapore by Wallflower Architecture + Design.
Photos: Albert Lim Koon Seng