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post updated 13 July 2020

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13 Mar 2020
Canvas House, Blair Road
Design: Ministry of Design Architects (MOD)
Canvas House Blair Road Singapore Heritage Shophouse facade
image courtesy of architects studio
Canvas House Blair Road: Heritage Shophouse
MOD has newly completed an all-white Canvas House for co-living, set in a heritage shophouse in Singapore along Blair Road.

4 Mar 2020
Raw & Refine House
Design: Aamer Architects
Raw Refine House Singapore
photo : Sanjay Kewlani
The Forever House in Serangoon
This new property is a reconstruction of a small bungalow house. The design is attracting attention from the community for its dynamic form and interesting use of materials.

1 Mar 2020
Seductive Simplicity House
Design: Aamer Architects
Seductive Simplicity House Singapore
photograph : Skewedeye Pte Ltd
Seductive Simplicity House
Designed to fit snugly into a tight bungalow plot in the East of Singapore, this residential project stands out for its austere simplicity and unpretentious timelessness.

28 Feb 2020
Ninety 7 House, Siglap Hill
Design: Aamer Architects
Ninety 7 House Singapore
photograph : Patrick Bingham-Hall
Ninety 7 House
One of those stimulating occasions where owner and architect are effectively collaborating, in sync, resulting in a pleasant process & cool project. The Ninety 7 House sits on Siglap Hill, the highest point in a residential suburb in Singapore, the site is breezy and enjoys spectacular views of the city skyline and the surrounding low-rise neighbourhood.

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Singapore Houses 2019

30 May 2019
The Forever House, Serangoon
Architects: Wallflower Architecture + Design
New House in Serangoon
photo : Marc Tey Photography
The Forever House in Serangoon
For the client, their dream residence would also be their definiteive family home. It had to have an urban presence, while having an open yet secure exterior space with sufficient privacy from the street.

29 May 2019
Lambda Residential Villa
Architect: Mercurio Design Lab, Italy
Lambda Residential Villa Singapore
image courtesy of architecture studio
Lambda Residential Villa
The inspiration behind the radical shape of Lambda originated from a scale model of a Lamborghini Gallardo.

29 May 2019
59B House, Bukit Timah
Architect: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
59B House
photo : Photographer: Derek Swalwell
F59B House
This was an additions and alterations property project on an existing house in Bukit Timah. The owner’s father built the original house and the building was in an awkward position on the plot.

18 May 2019
Fish House
Design: Guz Architects
Fish House, Singapore Home by Guz Architects
photo : Patrick Bingham Hall
Fish House
A modern tropical bungalow encapsulating the essence of living in the hot and humid climate of Singapore by creating open spaces which encourage natural ventilation and offer residents views to the ocean.

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Singapore Houses 2018

13 Feb 2018
Pearl Bank Apartments, Pearl’s Hill, Chinatown
Pearl Bank Apartments Chinatown Building
photo courtesy of CapitaLand
Pearl Bank Apartments, Chinatown
Prime site atop Pearl’s Hill to be rejuvenated with an iconic high-rise residential development, by CapitaLand Limited.

15 Jul 2017
House 24
Design: Park + Associates
House 24 in Singapore
photo : Edward Hendricks © Park + Associates Pte Ltd
House 24

1 Nov 2016
Secret Garden House, Bukit Timah
Design: Wallflower Architecture + Design
Secret Garden House
photo : Marc Tey Photos
Secret Garden House Singapore
The Secret Garden House, designed by Singapore based Wallflower Architecture + Design, is situated in the good class bungalow area of Bukit Timah. The owner’s brief was to have a luxurious, tropical, contemporary family home. Being the owners of a construction company and by building it themselves, it would also showcase their professional capabilities.

13 Oct 2016
65BTP Residence
Design: ONG&ONG
65BTP Residence
photo : Derek Swalwell
65BTP House
This is a home surrounded by a vast garden that converges at a colossal pre-war rain tree with such magnificence that its presence is ingrained within the very architecture of the house itself.

Recent Singapore House Designs

19 May 2014
Bukit Timah House in Singapore
Design: Wallflower Architecture + Design
Bukit Timah Residence
photograph : Marc Tey Ge Wai
Bukit Timah House in Singapore
This house sits on high ground, and the rear of the site has wonderful views overlooking the greener and more affluent residential addresses in Singapore. Our client’s brief was to design a home of two stories, with an attic, and importantly a roof terrace facing the rear and overlooking the valley.

11 Dec 2013
One Tree Hill House
Design: ONG&ONG, Architects
One Tree Hill
photograph : See Chee Keong
One Tree Hill House
This house at One Tree Hill is designed to cater to the homeowner’s unique needs. The architectural layout includes a double volume space in the living area that opens out into a beautiful garden and water feature.

20 Aug 2013
Wind Vault House
Design: Wallflower Architecture + Design
Wind Vault House Singapore
photo : Jeremy San
Wind Vault House
As the brief was substantial, the overall form of the house needed to be pushed to the envelope limits. Naturally, there are also other considerations; the context and proximity of neighbouring homes, the daily sun path and the prevailing winds. Conceptually, the house is a raised reinforced concrete tube whose open ends are oriented in a general north-south direction.

20 Aug 2013
The Wall House
Design: FARM, Architects
The Wall House Singapore
photo : Bryan van der Beek and Edward Hendricks
The Wall House
This is a tale of two houses – similar looking, yet independent and coming together to form a coherent whole. The two blocks sit on a sprawling piece of land, belonging respectively to the retired parents and one of their children.

25 Jul 2013
Nest House
Design: WOHA
Nest House
photo : Patrick Bingham-Hall
Nest House Singapore
Another delightfully sensitive and articulate design from this world-famous Singapore architects studio. This house is part of a family compound, and expresses the owner’s close relationship with her grandfather who has his own house within the compound. The design reflects the close bond between the grandfather and granddaughter by orientating the main spaces towards his house and gardens.

10 Oct 2012
The Winged House
Architect: K2LD Architects Pte
Winged House Singapore
photo : Patrick Bingham Hall
Winged House
A private family residence situated on a uniquely shaped triangular plot, the Winged House frames the site with two prominent forms – the trapeziums. These forms open towards the main view at the back of the site where 3 existing majestic palms are, and of lush greenery.

9 Oct 2012
JKC1 Singapore
Architect: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
JKC1 Singapore Residential Building
photo from architects
JKC1 Singapore
This is one of three ‘good class bungalow’ plots carved from a larger plot developed by the Keck Seng Group. The house sits on a slight incline and overlooks a pool in the front yard, following the feng shui belief of balancing the “mountain” and “water” elements.

Nassim Villas
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Nassim Villas Singapore Luxury houses by Zaha Hadid Architects
picture from architects
Nassim Villas
Flanked by huge luscious tropical hardwood trees on either sides and diagonally facing the Singapore Botanical gardens sits one of the most breathtaking and desirable sites in Singapore. The intention of this design is to mimic the landscape, allow the architecture to be part of it, thereby accentuating the locale and its prominence.

Design: MKPL Architects
Botannia Singapore housing
picture from FD
Botannia Singapore
Singapore—an island of just 710 square kilometres with a growing 4.9 million population— projects herself as city in a garden, no mean feat, since most Singaporeans live in high-rise public housing while others live in low-rise enclaves or condominiums where ratios of total floor area to site area range from 1.4 to 2.8.

Singapore Properties

Major Singapore Residential Architecture, alphabetical:

Beach Road – New mixed-use district
Foster + Partners
Beach Road Singapore : Design Contest

Farrer Court – residential development
Zaha Hadid Architects
Farrer Court Singapore

The Interlace Singapore Development
Ole Scheeren of OMA
The Interlace Singapore Complex

Moulmein residential tower
WOHA Architects
Singapore tower building

Newton Suites
WOHA Architects
Newton Suites

Pinnacle @ Duxton
Design: ARC Studio Architecture + Urbanism
Pinnacle @ Duxton: Singapore Skyscraper Building
image © C)ARCStudio
Pinnacle @ Duxton

Residential Complex, Alexandra Road
Singapore development

Scotts Tower – Residential tower building
Rem Koolhaas Architects / OMA
Singapore Tower : iconic architecture

Tangga House
Design: Guz Architects
Tangga House Singapore home by Guz Architects
picture : Patrick Bingham Hall
Tangga House

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New Houses

Capella Singapore – luxury hotel, Sentosa Island
Foster + Partners
Capella Singapore

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Malaysian Architecture

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