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2 Cluny Park, Singapore (1994)

The elongated site has a splendid view of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. This good class bungalow with a modernist architectural language was arranged in a "Z" profile to maximize the view towards the forecourt garden at the front and the swimming pool deck near the rear.

The public zone is mainly on the ground floor, where the client will entertain guests in the conical dining room that spearheads the house and provides a panaromic view to the lawn. The house is constructed in reinforced concrete and the car porch canopy is designed with lighter and more transparent steel and glass materials.

Simialrly, the poolside pavilion has a butterfly roof that is supported by steel I-beams that canttilevers out from a singular reinforced concrete column.

Photo Credits by Dennis Gilbert

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