31 Jan '16, 2pm

Green Residence in Singapore Grows Grass on Every Level

Green Residence in Singapore Grows Grass on Every Level

The green residence had to be adapted to the needs of the multi-generational family. This was achieved by developing a relatively compact building around a courtyard and swimming pool. The highlight of the design is a pathway that winds around the external facade, encircling the home in grass.

Full article: http://freshome.com/green-residence-singapore-grows-grass/

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