Landed houses, apartments, a show unit and an experimental housing prototype – here are our 10 most-read residential projects of 2018!
26 December, 2018
We’re one week away from the year 2019 – it’s time to reflect on the year 2018. We have rounded up our 10 most-read residential projects in 2018.
Landed homes, apartments, show units and an experimental housing unit – our contemporary lives take place inside spaces of all shapes and sizes.
Let the countdown begin!
Can high performance and emotion combine in residential design? ip:li Architects show it’s possible by opening up the heart of a multi-generational home.
Brick represents stability. But can it also channel porosity and lightness? The versatility and charm of brick is showcased in a house in Singapore designed by RT+Q Architects for a multigenerational family.
Gabriel Tan’s penchant for details results in a highly textural show unit for DUO Residences.
A D Lab humanises ‘buildability’. Monomer House 1, developed using a system from light-gauge steel-manufacturer Lightrus, is currently on display at the National Design Centre’s rear court.
Glass blocks were used to poetic effect in this Singaporean home, achieving lyrical interest and dynamism as well as abundant natural light within.
An exposed corner site in Kembangan provided an opportunity for Timur Designs to further its exploration of the tropical Asian house with an inward-focused semi-detached home.
It’s interwoven with nature and forgoes polish in favour of the marks of time and craft. This house in Singapore by Edmund Ng Architects perfectly embraces the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi.
At The House Behind, Farm breathes new life into a humble semi-detached home with a new insertion and ingenious alterations.
In a penthouse abutting Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak, Brewin Design Office ensures that the luxury of light, nature and space is felt at every turn.
A semi-detached house in Singapore by HYLA Architects offers a rich experience through a series of cascading courtyards.
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