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Teak wood is paired with concrete in the house.

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The cantilvered staircase which resembles a piece of art.

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The cantilvered staircase which resembles a piece of art.

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The use of teak extends into the guest bathroom.

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The family area on the second storey.

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The living and dining areas are flanked by a lap pool and a garden.

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Shoes are kept hidden away in these cabinets.

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Tan Cher Ming and his mum, Lim Cheng See.

Family Matters

Architect Tan Cher Ming explains how he upgraded his parents' intergenerational home
Feb 23, 2018 5:50 AM

WHEN RETIRED PHARMACIST Lim Cheng See and her husband wanted to rebuild their home at Sunset Way a few years ago, they knew instantly who would be the best person for the job - their son, Tan Cher Ming. Mr Tan designed the house when he was with his previous architecture firm, but has since gone

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