Inspiring Home with One Garden per Level in Singapore

Inspiring Home with One Garden per Level in Singapore

The Meera House was designed by Guz Architects and is located on the island of Sentosa in Singapore. We consider it a daring and original project- after all, not many homes feature green spaces for every floor of the building. Here is a short description from the architects: The plots on the island of Sentosa are not large and neighboring buildings are built close to the sides of each house. Thus our strategy was to build a solid wall to each side neighbor to provide privacy where possible,  while creating a central light and stair well which would funnel the sea breeze through the centre of the building. 

The front and rear of the building meanwhile, terrace back allowing each storey to have visual or actual access to greenery. The intention was to try to allow each roof garden provided a base for the storey above allowing the layered effect to make each storey feel like it was a single storey dwelling sitting in a garden… much as we could do in the close confines of Sentosa island and with such a large building!! What a wonderful architecture idea and a call to sustainability as well ! (Photographer: Patrick Bingham Hall)


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    omg, this is totally AMAZING!! i think im in lovee.. like forreal ((;

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    PLEASE provide a floorplan (or link for search) – this is one of the most amazing designs I’ve seen yet!

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    i totally thought about that room underground mext to the pool so u can see in it

  • raul February 12, 2011 at 20:35 PMLogin to Reply →

    fucking great

  • biberul February 12, 2011 at 22:30 PMLogin to Reply →

    this house is even closer to my dream house:)

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  • Latita February 13, 2011 at 15:15 PMLogin to Reply →

    Awesome, this is a very very beautiful house. i think it’s very funny to walk with the lawnmower over the roof *g* especially with this look-out

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    This is really perfect, looks very elegant and modern. I can not say another word …

  • Annie February 15, 2011 at 05:43 AMLogin to Reply →

    It’s a lovely home but sustainability is not its strong point. Gosh, I hope people stop using sustainable to describe anything vaguely green.

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  • Francine Gardner March 2, 2011 at 18:13 PMLogin to Reply →

    Hi everyone,

    This construction is amazing, it’s a wonderful project.

    I’ve just posted about Jean Novel’s projects which are amazing too.
    You should take a look :

    Have a nice day !

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