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An L-shaped home maximises the use of the land.

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(Left) Skylight over the walk-in wardrobe. (Centre) The banister was deliberately detached from the steps to give the home a lighter feel. (Right) The oval-shaped powder room.

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The art-filled entrance and foyer.

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The circular study enveloped by a series of open and closed shelving.

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At 294 sqm, this is one of the smallest bungalows in Singapore.

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Corridor leading from study to the master bedroom.

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The living room which houses the couple’s collection of books.

Small is Beautiful

A tiny bungalow is perfect for this couple and their furkid.
Oct 4, 2019 5:50 AM

AT 294 SQUARE METRES, the owners of this house off Stevens Road joke that it must be the smallest bungalow in Singapore.

Their architect, Koh Kai Li of RT+Q Architects, confirms that it's one of the smallest her firm has built, considering that most of their bungalow projects are at least

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