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(Left) Painting the wall to match the door frames make the space look larger. (Right) Jonathan Choe salvaged some pieces of old wood to create a workstation for himself.

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Mr Choe and his plants.

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A customised wooden table that comes with a built in BBQ grill, on the roof terrace.

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The guest room with double access.

Going Green: How to incorporate plants into your home decor

A high-rise gardener surrounds himself with shrubbery.
Mar 15, 2019 5:50 AM

FOR AS LONG as he can remember, Jonathan Choe has always loved plants. He jokes that his mother got him interested because she made him take care of her plants that would otherwise die in her hands. “I’ve kept plants since I was 12,” says Mr Choe, now 30, an architectural designer with

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