Recently Added • 26-May-2023
Nothing was removed by the design team in the creation of this apartment in Bukit Panjang, Singapore. Instead, Architect Woon Chung Yen from METRE Architects opted to add several custom elements. The most prominent new piece being a single sloped gradient containing a bed, a sofa, a working/ dining table. The space and function of the gradient adapt as one moves up or down the slope.
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