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A Lot Of Plants Have Been Integrated Into The Design Of This Home In Singapore

A modern house in Singapore that has plants and shade screens integrated into its design.

Wallflower Architecture + Design has sent us photos of a home they recently completed in Singapore, that features an exterior covered in plants.

A modern house in Singapore that has plants and shade screens integrated into its design.

The house, cloaked in vines and vegetation, and nestled among lush green overgrowth, stands at the edge of the Singapore Botanic Gardens and was designed to have natural elements seamlessly integrated into its structure.

A modern house in Singapore that has plants and shade screens integrated into its design.

The exterior of the house boasts a veil of contemporary privacy and sunscreens, supported by clean lines and large glass windows that provide views of the surrounding greenery. A swimming pool surrounded by tall trees creates a quiet place to relax on a hot day

A modern house in Singapore that has plants and shade screens integrated into its design, and a pool for relaxing on a hot day.

Inside, the glass walls open to connect the interior spaces, like the living room and dining room, to the outdoors.

A modern living room has glass walls that open to the outdoors.
A modern dining room has glass walls that open to the outdoors.

The privacy and sunscreens, as well as the vines growing on the exterior, can be seen from the interior of the home, scattering sunlight throughout the home.

A modern house in Singapore that has plants and shade screens integrated into its design.

Natural materials have been used throughout the home and include travertine, granite, earth-toned fabrics, and high-performance wood.

A modern house with travertine stairs.
A modern house with a wall of windows that runs alongside the stairs.

At the top of the stairs, a shaded seating area enjoys uninterrupted views of the gardens.

A modern house in Singapore that has plants and shade screens integrated into its design.
A modern house that has plants and shade screens integrated into its design.

Other areas of the home, like the home office, have large windows, while the roof overhang provides shade.

A modern home office with large windows.

The home also includes a gym with a mirrored wall reflecting the light and scenery.

A modern home gym with a wall of mirrors that reflects the light and provides a view of the plants.

In one of the bedrooms, the color palette has been kept neutral with the plants outside providing a green accent.

In this contemporary bathroom, the color palette has been kept neutral with the plants outside providing a green accent.

In the bathroom, a freestanding bathtub is positioned in front of a double shower.

A modern bathroom with a black freestanding bathtub and a walk-in double shower.
A modern bathroom with a black and wood vanity.
Photography by Finbarr Fallon | Architect: Wallflower Architecture + Design | Project Team: Robin Tan, Yong Mien Huei, Sean Zheng, Shazila Noh | Developer: Meir Homes Pte. Ltd | Collaborators: MSE Consultants Pte Ltd, ALLZ Consulting Services, Salad Dressing, Light Collab LLP, Edmund Ng Interior Studio, Nyee Phoe Flower Garden Pte. Ltd, Cubo Pte Ltd, Giorgetti Asia Pte Ltd, Good Class Builders Pte Ltd

Source: Contemporist

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