Architectural Beauty: The Meera House, Singapore

Posted on September 16th, 2012

Guz Architects built this home on the the beautiful island of Sentosa, located off the coast of Singapore. The homes on this small island are built quite closely together, so the architects focused on creating a private space that incorporated nature and the island’s unique beauty. Two wonderfully adorned walls sit opposite to each other on the plot, while the local sea breeze and abundance of natural lighting fill every room of the home . . .

 

 

 

 

Images from Homedsgn.

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6 Comments

  1. Lisa / September 18, 2012:

    Wow, I wish I could own a house like this!


  2. Sara@LuxeVida / September 18, 2012:

    Beautiful and breath-taking, love the curves and straight lines of the buildings and the perfect lighting!


  3. Clarisse from Ramblingmuse.com / September 18, 2012:

    The pool and pond are absolutely out of control… I am so jealous!


  4. classiq / September 21, 2012:

    That architecture leaves me speechless.
    Ada


  5. Sarah Klassen / September 24, 2012:

    Wow, wow, wow! Amanda, you always find such extraordinary and surprising things to share with us! Thank you :) I love this place — most especially the pond (or pool?), and the way it integrated into the living spaces… love!


  6. L. Rowan McKnight / January 19, 2013:

    While I’m not usually much of a fan of modern architecture (I often find it cols and unwelcoming), this is the example that proves me wrong. Beautiful lines, warm color, those staircases are fantastic, and I don’t even want to think about those gorgeous water features…


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