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For the ’45 Faber Park,’ by Honk kong based architects Ong&Ong has particularly pay attention to a lot of details in this project. Dark grey metal cladding were used generously on the external facade, which oozes with modern, edgy vibes. To complement the edginess, natural materials such as timber-teak and teak strips were used throughout the whole house. The focal point in the entire house is the colossal spiral staircase which leads the rest of the interior architecture.
In line with the eco-theme, a skylight was constructed at the basement, which enables natural sunlight to stream in.
The priority of creating an open living space with a direct relationship to a large outdoor space became a driving force in the scheme. Therefore, much of the landscape was left untouched except for a big lap pool with timber slabs on the sides used as the sun deck.
There is clear connectivity between all main social areas of the house. The sliding, flexible doors open directly onto the lower garden. When slid back into the walls, the garden space is made one with the social space. The continuity of the house is fluid and works well with the externally clad travertine. Read More…
Located in Sentosa, Singapore , 72 Sentosa Cove was designed by Ong&Ong from Ong & Ong Pte Ltd.The design of the house was figured as a building that adapts to the climatological conditions of the surroundings as well as to the specific natural resources available in the area (sun, light, wind, rain, topography) with the purpose of reducing the environmental impact of the traditional preconceived home.
This is an awesome juxtaposition of a contemporary, refined interior into a historical. 55 Blair Road by Ong & Ong is a renovation and restoration to a traditional art deco style shop house. The new owner however believed it was too dark and desired more light in the living spaces. This residence brings a balance between nature and contemporary living in a renovation of an Art Deco style terrace.