This Singaporean House Completely Opens Up To The Backyard

This Singaporean House Completely Opens Up To The Backyard

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  • Release Date: November 10, 2016

 

Photography by Derek Swalwell

Architecture firm ONG&ONG have designed this home in Singapore that makes the most of indoor/outdoor living.

This house combines wood, concrete and brick for a modern look.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

The main living level of the home completely opens up to the grassy backyard, and on the other side of the home there’s lush tropical plants.

The main living level of this home completely opens up to the grassy backyard, and on the other side of the home there's lush tropical plants.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

At the end of the backyard and house, there’s a small swimming pool.

This Singaporean home has a small swimming pool that wraps around the side of the house.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

The living and dining room share the open floor plan with a large bookshelf divider helping to define the areas.

The living and dining room share the open floor plan in this home, with a large bookshelf divider helping to define the areas.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

The entire length of the kitchen is open to the swimming pool.

The entire length of this white and wood kitchen is open to the swimming pool.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

Also on the main level is one of the bedrooms, it too is open to the backyard and has a large window seat with cushions.

This bedroom is open to the backyard and has a large window seat with cushions.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

Wood stairs with a glass railing leads you to the upper floor of the home.

This Singaporean home has wooden stairs with a glass railing.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

Upstairs, there’s more bedrooms, like this one that has wood shutters on the window for privacy, and the back of the headboard becomes the bathroom.

This bedroom has wooden shutters on the window for privacy, and the back of the headboard becomes the bathroom.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

Here’s a look at another one of the bathrooms, with plenty of tropical plants to make it feel like you’re outside.

This bathroom is full of natural materials and tropical plants.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

Finally, an interesting and somewhat hidden feature in this home is found in the basement, where the media room has a large window looking into the pool.

The basement of this home has a window that looks into the pool.

Photography by Derek Swalwell

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