On a roadside nook plot inside a longtime bungalow space in Singapore, sits a lovely dwelling named the Solar Home, designed by Guz Architects.
Described by the architects as comparatively compact-regardless of what seems as sprawling proportions-the buildings L-formed format was pushed to the rear of the location to take advantage of the area, permitting the creation of a personal courtyard that feels open regardless of the densely constructed environment.
Ponds and a pool have been developed to offer lovely focal factors and a cool, serene environment. Tiny islands on which timber float litter the solar-drenched courtyard, serving to to construct ranges of greenery all through the area.
The twin degree house is stored open from flooring to ceiling with the utilization of a mezzanine degree, flanked by clear glass balustrades for unobstructed mild move and viewing capability. Likewise, the outside area enjoys a double degree facet from the outside staircase, balconies and roof planting.
The proprietor of this residence influenced a lot of the ultimate look of the construct, as their in depth assortment of paintings and sculptures impressed the design of neat niches with chunky wall development to deal with the valuable artwork items.
The identical supplies have been used in and out, making a relaxed circulate from one aspect to the subsequent, and inspiring unrestricted use of all elements of the house.
By way of Contemporist