Posts Tagged ‘singapore design’
Guz Architects have created a tropical bungalow perfect for it’s location in Singapore called The Fish House. The modern home is designed to encourage natural ventilation, to do this the team of architects set out to create large open spaces, and glass walls that open up into functional outdoor activity areas.
Guz explained that their main goal was to create a home with seamless integration of the surrounding nature. This was accomplished through the pond-like pool and by creating great views of the water and vegetation.
FARM Singapore created a sculptural light instillation called The Tree at the National Museum of Singapore, The team explained that the sculpture “is the huge old banyan tree that sits majestically on the museum’s front lawn, seemingly holding fort to a place full of histories, stories and magic.”
The sculpture seems to be an abstraction of contemporary portrayal of a tree. The lights on the tree are sutured together between metal frames and they pulsate gently at night, in addition to dimming lightly to rising and falling voices of visitors.