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.
The lot is located at a dead-end region of street and at its back rest a public park. The kitchen has been maintained as a public place while the dining room is also spacious enough to contain a large Israeli family. There are separate bedrooms for kids and parents which are now common in contemporary residences.
The blocks have then been interconnected by an open staircase. The front elevation of the house is kept off sight from street. The huge door welcomes you to the inner wonders. The entrance leads you to a beautiful bluish pool which is near to entrance of the building. Right at the middle of the structure is a double height space which acts as a corridor to the rest of the house.
is as variable as the bachelors who call them home but several rules of thumb can make your home more user-friendly comfortable and fun to live in. Don’t spend money on a professional range if you don’t cook. On the other hand if you are a gourmet chef go ahead and hang a pot rack or have that cutting board inset installed in your counter.
The entire house is painted in neutral tints adding warmth and elegance to this half-a-century-old residence. It has got lot of free space both interior and exterior which enabled the designers to work from whole to part. M Square Lifestyle Necessities was very keen on expressing their experience in its design and the house will surely stand the test of time.
The house has got a wonderful blue pool to keep you cool even in harsh climatic conditions. Hopen Place offers a spectacular view to the outdoors. The location overlooks to amazing views of blue sky during day and starry sky during nights. Impressed?
Our advice; make sure you get to see this magnificent structure at least once. At the time of signing a contract with the renovation company the owners of the 1950s big old Mosi House never thought that their house could ever look as wonderful as it is now. In fact Nico van der Meulen Architects from South Africa simply did the unthinkable.