With touches of the distinct Singapore style and influences from a more international, suburban take on housing, this beautiful home designed by Ming Architects has more than a few elements that warrant a second look. From the outside we can see that it's an impressive structure, featuring various levels and different materials in fabric of the building, but it doesn't appear excessively overbearing in terms of size. Step inside, however, and the real magic of the structure begins.
What makes the home particularly special is the attention to lighting, there's no space that doesn't receive adequate sunshine, resulting in a positive flow of energy throughout.
While not underwhelming by any measure, the exterior certainly doesn't suggest the beauty that waits inside.
While there's no backyard space for a large pool, they've cleverly opted to use the side stretch and create a long pool that's also accessible from inside.
Sticking to the wood and white look, the interior here is light, bright and perfectly balanced between classic and on trend styles.
As they've made the best possible use of the space, some of the features, including this flowing staircase, are quite thin. While it's not necessarily ideal, the result is that nothing looks cramped or forced.
The glossy tiles complement the wooden beams and orange tones of the furniture, creating a feeling of home.
Opting for a bench style dining table, the designers have created a casual feeling in an otherwise very chic home.
With a tad of the pool creeping into the bottom right-hand-side of this image, we can see how effortlessly the interior extends into the exterior.