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Non-structural walls were knocked down to create a sense of greater spaciousness.

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The living and family areas are on split levels to give an illusion of a bigger space.

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The all-white look gives the master bedroom is light and airy feeling.

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The all-white theme extends to the master bathroom too.

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A row of sliding doors hides the kitchen equipment.

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The false ceiling in the master bedroom was removed to reveal the angular arrangement of the ceiling beams.

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A swivel glass door lets light into the private lift lobby.

Living Large in Black and White

Recapturing the heritage look in an apartment - with a modern twist.
Apr 15, 2017 5:50 AM

Most people dream about living in Singapore's black-and-white houses, and this Norwegian family is no different.

But after two decades of living in them, first at Alexandra Park and later in Ridley Park, the Kyrkjebøs decided it was time for a change. "We loved being surrounded by

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