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A barnhouse for each brother.

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A small garden in the airwell.

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The staircase is intentionally left naturally ventilated.

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An open air bathroom for better ventilation.

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The old swing that the homeowners played on when they were kids.

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The living and dining areas have wide expansive glass doors.

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The bedrooms have small windows, while the common areas have large ones.

Home For Life

A childhood house becomes a lifelong home for a pair of brothers
Jan 4, 2019 5:50 AM

THE SAYING “a family who eats together, stays together” could not be more true for the Tan brothers. The pair, who are both in their forties, have always lived together. The elder brother works in medical IT, while the younger brother is a pilot.

The brothers grew up in a semi-detached

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