Sentosa House
Sentosa Island, Singapore

photography: patrick bingham-hall




Briefing the architect with a need for open, interactive spaces and flexibility, the private client requested a structure that could easily adapt to a variety of occasions and one that would remain timeless within the fast developing locale


At first glance, the long balconies, abundant floor-to-ceiling glazing and slim, vertical cladding suggest a linear focus but it is the main core that dictates the space inside




The pool appears to dissolve into the jungle behind









Wooden louvres filter the light and create
graphic shadows inside the house




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