Architecture Design of House of Mdm SC
Description About The Project
House of Mdm SC designed by JL Architects, LST Architects and Spatial Anatomy, showcases the perfect blend of functionality, sustainability, and modern design. Indeed, one of these challenges was that the house sits on a small trapezoidal plot of land nestled in a quiet but dense residential neighborhood located between two nature reserves in Singapore.
On the other hand, the pervasiveness of nature is immediately apparent as one approaches the house. After passing through an EV charging car porch that also doubles as a 1⁄4 size basketball court. One enters the house from the main door in the basement greeted by the sight of a narrow garden that stretches the full depth of the house. In addition to this, the lush linear garden rises as one moves towards the back of the house following the upwards slope of the land. And culminates in a small open-air space with big ferns and concrete steps reminiscent of a mini-Zen Garden.
Moreover, progressing upwards, each floor can be accessed either by the staircase along the party wall or a lift. On the first floor, a piano – and – violin corner flows seamlessly into a sprawling living and dining area that continues into the front garden. And connects back to the rear garden via an elevated lightweight path passing by a guest room. The second floor, where the family quarter resides, is similarly bordered by a front garden, where a Yellow Cow Wood tree grows. In addition to this, on the third floor, there is a gym, barbecue pit, a jacuzzi, and a small. But productive herb garden cultivating rosemary, mints, lady’s fingers. And other plants that supplement food for the kitchen.
The Architecture Design Project Information:
- Project Name: House of Mdm SC
- Location: Singapore
- Project Year: 2022
- Area: 700 ft²
- Designed by: JL Architects + LST Architects + Spatial Anatomy
The House of Mdm SC Gallery:
Text by the Architects: The House of Mdm SC showcases the perfect blend of functionality, sustainability, and modern design, fully encapsulating the concept of ‘new urban kampong’. Having grown up in the 1960s, the client had reminisced about Singapore’s old kampongs. Where sights of attap houses amidst luxuriant foliage were commonplace. This ‘house in nature’ is also in line with Singapore’s broad vision of ‘a city in nature and taps into the house’s location near the country’s central nature reserve. In addition, with only about 10% of Singapore’s residential property being landed. the client wanted a house that exploits all the potential of landed living that cannot be achieved with condominium living.
The vision for this house is to typologically recast a socially and environmentally connected mode of living while creatively fulfilling the pragmatic needs of the client’s family and guests. The final product is a house that embraces land living on four stories. Hence, creating exceptional value on a small plot of land with challenging features.
For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: Singapore
– Tel: +65 80588177
– Email: email@example.com
– Add: 4B Lorong 32 Geylang Singapore 398267
– Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Add: 44 Kallang Place #04-16 339172 Singapore
– Phone: 62202544
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