Belimbing Avenue by hyla architects

By Magaly • 19 mins in the past

Belimbing Avenue is a task completed by hyla architects.

It is situated in Singapore, and covers an location of 3,400 square feet.

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Belimbing Avenu by hyla architects:

“A light nicely with a reflecting pool divides this intermediate terrace house into 2 blocks.The light effectively is covered at the prime with a glass and timber trellis providing shelter from the rain and nevertheless even now permitting light and ventilation to pass by way of the entire home. The staircase runs along the side and beneath it is a gently cascading water characteristic which feeds into the pool.

On the 1st storey, a screen / show shelf divides the staircase from the residing area. The living, dining and dry kitchen occupy the front block and is in a single continuous area, whilst the wet kitchen and support regions are in the rear block. A timber bridge crosses the water attribute from the 1st to the 2nd block.

The best of the stair effectively is also covered in glass and timber. The timber trellis is hung on steel cables offering it a gentle camber. The stairs lead to the roof terrace on the attic degree where the master bedroom is. The master bathroom has a comparable timber trellis detail more than the bath and shower location, but with smaller and round timber sections to match the smaller sized scale of the area. The connecting bridges on the 2nd storey and attic level are all not in line with the 1st level bridge thereby providing a greater sense of space in the light effectively.

The entire residence is in off kind concrete and tropical timbers of teak and chengal.”

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