Beautiful Geometric Singapore Home
Ong & Ong Architects of Singapore are behind some truly awesome architecture, and the 45 Faber Park, Singapore residence is the latest project to join a growing list of wickedly cool architecture coming out of this practise.
Designed around a concept of interconnectivity, this home has high aspirations of tackling the common problems open planned homes: combining public spaces with private areas without creating a space that fills divided and separate. In a home project of this size, it is certainly easier to resolve such an issue than it would be on a smaller scale project – yet one cannot help but admire the attention to detail, materialistic choice and clever spaces that enable the vision to be realised.
Ultimately, the home benefits from a very simple response: to divide up the public and private areas over 2 floors. This creates the ability to not only create a degree of separation but also to help the family develop a sense of spatial designation, allowing them to fully enjoy their home.