10 Stunning Houses in Singapore that you’ll want to know

Singapore has the best conditions for building awesome homes: exorbitant land prices, limited amount of lots zoned for landed housing, as well as the highest concentration of multi millionaires on the planet.

The architecture in Singapore takes an strongly ecological sense and a permanent concerning with the environment. The modern ‘open plan’ houses the likes of Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe take on a whole new meaning in tropical Singapore, where idyllic weather conditions mean que the envelope of a building can be truly open to the surroundings, and lavish gardens can become part of your everyday lifestyle.

Take a look at 10 examples of stunning houses in Singapore that you’ll want to know:

Butterfly House by ARCStudio
Cluny House by Guz Architects
Dalvey Estate by Aamer
Diamond House by Formwerkz
Far Sight House by Wallflower
Jalan Binchang by ADLab
Maple Avenue by WOHA Architects
Queen Astrid Park by Aamer
Sky Garden House by Guz Architects
West Coast Grove by Ong Ong

So, which one would you want to live in?

Source: Jonathan Choe – urban ARCH now

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