The chalet extends to an area of 530 square meters and seems to be an ideal place for a family to live in. Design of this building doesn’t comply with that of other chalets you might have seen in many parts of Europe. Its interior is reminiscent of lives of our long aged ancestors who lived in constant contact with their environment.
Are you someone who likes to live simple? Then you need to take a look at this small little house in Singapore. With minimum and simple space the interiors of this house will surely catch your attraction. In the city state of Singapore almost everyone lives in apartments built and allotted by the government. This little place we are talking about here is the result of some good renovation work on one of those tiny apartments.
Long glass windows provide natural sunlight. A beautiful garden with pebbles on the pavement has everything in it to catch your attention. And wouldn’t you say that the lighting system is remarkable too? We’re completely sold folks.
The ground floor is occupied by the garage and home cinema while the rest of the spaces are split between private and social rooms. Here a mezzanine level features two rooms connected by a living-study opening towards a patio garden. Upstairs occupying the first floor lie the kitchen and dining room while the second floor shelters the bedrooms. Topped off with a pool terrace on the roof the narrow home is surely a successful residential project.
Designed by architect Desmond Ong on a minimalist concept the Singapore residence has had its wall removed so as to provide the feel of open space. It is light airy and seemingly spacious. By avoiding bulky interiors and furniture the design has been given a sense of added openness. Usage of light colors and large glass windows gives also adds to large space outlook. The bedrooms and the bathroom designs are kept very simple while the open glass windows provide fro a green view outside.