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This little (okay, not so little) slice of tropical paradise was constructed with the outside in thoughts. Located in Bukit Timah, Singapore, the JKC2 home, designed by ONG&ONG, consists of three buildings positioned round a central courtyard. But, it’s not simply any courtyard – this one performs host to a heavenly wanting pool with views of lush greenery within the not-so-far distance.
The courtyard pool comes full with a very distinctive function – a planted tree in the midst of it. The tree breaks up the ocean of blue/inexperienced water with a little bit of nature as a focus.
The inside and exterior areas of the house are supposed to mix seamlessly with siding glass doorways that disappear into the facade. A wooden-slatted overhang offers ample shade to the lounge whereas permitting some mild to trickle in. It additionally ties the three volumes along with the continued use of wooden.
There’s additionally a superb quantity of truthful-confronted concrete, stone, metal, and naturally, the tropical wooden beforehand talked about, all through the within and out of doors of the residence. A actual stability of heat is created via using supplies.
No matter what constructing you’re in, there are views to the pool.
Despite the general trendy aesthetic of the house, it’s filled with textures and visible curiosity and never a coldness that’s typically prevalent.
Love the outside bathe!
Photos by Aaron Pocock.