Situated in Sentosa Island, Singapore, this contemporary tropical seaside bungalow was designed by Guz Architects.
Description by Guz Architects This trendy tropical bungalow encapsulates the essence of dwelling within the scorching and humid local weather of Singapore by creating open areas which encourage pure air flow and supply residents views to the ocean.The principal design idea is to create a home which has shut relationship with nature and that is achieved by having a swimming-pool linking the home with the panorama and finally visible connections with the ocean. The concept of connection is strengthened by having the basement degree media-room with a u-formed acrylic window which permits diffuse pure mild in and in addition views out into the pool. The curved roofs, which symbolizing the ocean waves, additionally emphasize the thought of the close by sea. These are virtually completely coated with skinny bendable photovoltaic panels supplying sufficient power to the home, whereas the remaining space is used as a inexperienced roof giving residents some outside leisure areas.Fish House is a modest and but luxurious residential design which provides residents alternatives to reside in concord and comfortably with nature.
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