The Winged House by K2LD Architects

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Situated within the tropical local weather of Singapore, The Winged Home takes the stage in its neighborhood through the use of uncommon and international parts in its design. The triangle-formed house’s design, imagined by K2LD Architects, was partially impressed by the Minangkabau roof that’s historically present in Malay structure.

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The house was constructed round three palm timber which are 20-meters excessive every and situated on the middle of the triangular plot of land.

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One of many factors opens as much as a pool that’s surrounded by lush, native greenery. A part of the pool space is roofed with overhanging eaves to offer shelter.

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The openness permits the areas to be naturally ventilated.

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The roof parts overlap leaving a small cut up to permit mild to filter in.

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Large window panes give the indoors a sense of being outdoors whereas defending the area from the weather. Oh hey there, bizarre upside-down pink individual sculpture.

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The Winged House by K2LD Architects in main architecture Category

The Winged House by K2LD Architects in main architecture Category

The Winged House by K2LD Architects in main architecture Category

The Winged House by K2LD Architects in main architecture Category

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