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Small rustic brown three-story wood

Small rustic brown three-story wood

If you love life, don’t waste time

The kitchen and combined living-dining room occupy Tower House’s horizontal section, high above the treetops, offering spectacular views.  Where it sited this home, know as the Unique house, for a longtime client above the landmark. The L-shaped structure combines concrete, wood, steel, and expansive panes of glass that emphasize views of the natural surroundings

Where its designer furnished the interiors, grouping BDDW sofas, a cocktail table from Ralph Pucci International, and with Studio light fixture in the living room; the fireplace is by Fireorb.

 

The artist and media executive whom created four discrete structures; the main pavilion is at right, with the exercise and cooking pavilions shown at left. Arranged beneath a bespoke light fixture in the main house are and with dining table and Maarten van Severen chairs, all by Vitra; the suite of leather-upholstered seating is for Vitsoe. The Chinese art includes (from far left) a limestone stele fragment, a standing Buddha, a jade cong, and an assortment of bi disks.

 

Set in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Board + Batten meant for guesthouse designed by professional architecture. The home’s exterior is a combination of windows, painted board, and mirror-polished stainless steel, putting a modern twist on its namesake, a popular type of siding in the region. Part of the interiors were designed to feel open to the landscape. The master bathroom is clad in teak and features forest views from the soaking tub.

 

Additionally the part of the exterior is designed to weather and eventually blend in with the surroundings. The rear of the two-story, 3,800-square-foot house is glazed to take advantage of the forest and river views. The other 1,900-square-foot residence five miles away from this location. The exterior’s western red cedar cladding was stained black to help it blend in with the forest. A walled courtyard was created in front of the entrance to serve as a transitional space and to keep the area’s elk herds away.

 

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If you love life, don’t waste time

The kitchen and combined living-dining room occupy Tower House’s horizontal section, high above the treetops, offering spectacular views.  Where it sited this home, know as the Unique house, for a longtime client above the landmark. The L-shaped structure combines concrete, wood, steel, and expansive panes of glass that emphasize views of the natural surroundings

Where its designer furnished the interiors, grouping BDDW sofas, a cocktail table from Ralph Pucci International, and with Studio light fixture in the living room; the fireplace is by Fireorb.

 

The artist and media executive whom created four discrete structures; the main pavilion is at right, with the exercise and cooking pavilions shown at left. Arranged beneath a bespoke light fixture in the main house are and with dining table and Maarten van Severen chairs, all by Vitra; the suite of leather-upholstered seating is for Vitsoe. The Chinese art includes (from far left) a limestone stele fragment, a standing Buddha, a jade cong, and an assortment of bi disks.

 

Set in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Board + Batten meant for guesthouse designed by professional architecture. The home’s exterior is a combination of windows, painted board, and mirror-polished stainless steel, putting a modern twist on its namesake, a popular type of siding in the region. Part of the interiors were designed to feel open to the landscape. The master bathroom is clad in teak and features forest views from the soaking tub.

 

Additionally the part of the exterior is designed to weather and eventually blend in with the surroundings. The rear of the two-story, 3,800-square-foot house is glazed to take advantage of the forest and river views. The other 1,900-square-foot residence five miles away from this location. The exterior’s western red cedar cladding was stained black to help it blend in with the forest. A walled courtyard was created in front of the entrance to serve as a transitional space and to keep the area’s elk herds away.

 

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  • Address: Sembawang, Northwest, Singapore
  • State/county: Sembawang Crescent
  • Zip/Postal Code: 753365
  • Neighborhood: 25 Sembawang Crescent
  • Country: Singapore

Detail

Updated on January 10, 2022 at 8:09 am

  • Property ID: U#13722
  • Price: SGD $17,800,800
  • Property Size: 4300 sqft
  • Land Area: 4500 sqft
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Garage: 3
  • Garage Size: 1200
  • Year Built: 06/04/2010
  • Property Type: Bungalow
  • Property Status: For Sale

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Property ID: 13722

  • Size: 4300 / sqft
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Price: SGD $17,800,800

Plan Description

If you love life, don’t waste time

The kitchen and combined living-dining room occupy Tower House’s horizontal section, high above the treetops, offering spectacular views.  Where it sited this home, know as the Unique house, for a longtime client above the landmark. The L-shaped structure combines concrete, wood, steel, and expansive panes of glass that emphasize views of the natural surroundings

Where its designer furnished the interiors, grouping BDDW sofas, a cocktail table from Ralph Pucci International, and with Studio light fixture in the living room; the fireplace is by Fireorb.

 

The artist and media executive whom created four discrete structures; the main pavilion is at right, with the exercise and cooking pavilions shown at left. Arranged beneath a bespoke light fixture in the main house are and with dining table and Maarten van Severen chairs, all by Vitra; the suite of leather-upholstered seating is for Vitsoe. The Chinese art includes (from far left) a limestone stele fragment, a standing Buddha, a jade cong, and an assortment of bi disks.

 

Set in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Board + Batten meant for guesthouse designed by professional architecture. The home's exterior is a combination of windows, painted board, and mirror-polished stainless steel, putting a modern twist on its namesake, a popular type of siding in the region. Part of the interiors were designed to feel open to the landscape. The master bathroom is clad in teak and features forest views from the soaking tub.

 

Additionally the part of the exterior is designed to weather and eventually blend in with the surroundings. The rear of the two-story, 3,800-square-foot house is glazed to take advantage of the forest and river views. The other 1,900-square-foot residence five miles away from this location. The exterior's western red cedar cladding was stained black to help it blend in with the forest. A walled courtyard was created in front of the entrance to serve as a transitional space and to keep the area's elk herds away.

 

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  • Bungalow
  • Property Type
  • 5
  • Bedroom
  • 5
  • Bathrooms
  • 3
  • Garage
  • 4300
  • Sq Ft
  • 2010
  • Year Built

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