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Looking down onto the outdoor terrace on the mezzanine floor.

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Floor to ceiling high glass doors and a perforated metal bridge help to make the home look more spacious.

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The sunlit master bathroom.

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The naturally lit kitchen.

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Homeowners Sharon Tng and Brandon Teo.

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Looking down to the pool from the terrace on the mezzanine.

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The master bedroom with a study, walk-in wardrobe and bathroom at the back.

Let There Be Light

The architects of this home found novel ways to bring light into the space.
Nov 16, 2018 5:50 AM

CALL IT THE ultimate terrace house challenge. As most owners of intermediate units are painfully aware of, trying to get more light into a space that's hemmed in on both sides is never an easy task.

You literally have light only from the back or front and if you have a narrow width, that'

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