The See Through House designed by Wallflower Architecture + Design is located in one of the most exclusive areas of Singapore and was conceived together as part of a larger project comprising seven other houses. Photography by Albert Lim KS.
The client had resided in the old house sited atop this large piece of land; it was decided to develop six additional houses that would surround the old house. The owner selected six architects to design six distinct new houses. The old house would undergo a make-over conducted by another architect. Wallflower Architecture + Design was commissioned to design the first house in the cluster of seven sub-divided plots. The old house sits on the highest point of the land and has a panoramic view of the city. In order to preserve the vistas, Wallflower’s brief was to design a house no taller than the 2nd storey balcony of the old house.
Architects Wallflower Architecture + Design
Design Team Robin Tan, Sean Zheng, Shirley Tan, Carlo Borromeo & Eileen Kok
Area 1412.0 m2
Project Year 2016
Photographs Albert Lim KS
Manufacturers Big Ass Fans, DuPont, SIMES