A Green House in Singapore by K2Ld Architects

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The Green House by K2Ld Architects in Singapore takes on a modern approach to designing the exterior. With double volumes creating an interplay of space, we see an almost tower-like effect. The interior features the heavy use of wood alongside the use of marble, commonly used in Singapore in order to lower a home’s interior temperature of. Sitting across from a park, Green House aims to reduce energy consumption by acting as a heat barrier with a copper clad exterior, functioning as a safe haven from unbearable heat.

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  • Susan goldenberg

    Really amazing homes we have a modernist 60′s bungalow with a very interesting roof the house has almost no insulation in the walls what could we do that might help heating and be aesthetic at the same time.