Two Houses Become One: Wall House by Farm

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Singapore architectural agency FARM took two unbiased houses and reimagined them into one coherent entire.

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Called The Wall House, the houses truly span two blocks and are separated, as requested by the retired shoppers. One two-storey block incorporates the primary dwelling and main bedroom space and the only-story block incorporates the leisure space.

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A large central courtyard made from granite hyperlinks the 2 sections collectively underneath an organically-formed oculus and minimalist landscaping.

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Type: ResidentialServices: Architectural Design / MasterplanningYear: Completion 2013Team: Tiah Nan Chyuan, Lee Hui LianCollaborators: KD Architects, Locus Associates with Base6 and Terre Pte LtdPhotographers: Bryan van der Beek and Edward Hendricks

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