BECA-HOUSE, Singapore

Architecture

Sequestered within the lanes of upscale East Coast private homes, is a multi-generational home that exudes warmth. The homeowners’ request was simple: they wanted spacious, well-ventilated areas with a green influence for the needs of their paternal grandparents. This resulted in a home with multiple uses of spatial borrowing, defined by nigh perfect rectilinear lines.

From the entrance, the wide porch is angled like a shoebox, connected to the main block with aluminium louvre patterns. The porch accompanies a retained Bucinda Tree and garden plot into the fine interiors