Built in Singapore and sketched out by a firm named ONG&ONG Pte Ltd, the 65BTP-House represents a great example of contemporary architecture and efficient design. This residence is unmistakably contemporary, and its layout respects the boundaries of nature and even incorporates certain parts of it.
For example, a very large pre-war rain tree was included in the architecture, and it can now be admired in its entire splendor from numerous rooms within the abode. The basement area is linked to a beautiful garden, and thanks to a series of skylights, it also benefits from the majestic views of the rain tree. The building’s façade features a mix of wood and glass elements that coexist harmoniously: while the wood reminds of nature in a clear and direct way, the glass and its transparency serves the same purpose by allowing natural light within the main living areas while providing clear views of the environment.
The living room can be found on the main floor, and it is linked directly to an outdoor patio and a large swimming pool. Nearby, a beautiful spiraling wooden stairway encased in white ensures quick and easy access to the second level where a spacious bedroom impresses with floor-to-ceiling windows, a large bed and comfortable leather seats.