12GBR House in Singapore, reimagined by K2LD Architects in 2021, stands as a testament to serene living, where minimalist Japanese aesthetics meet Scandinavian functionality. This renovation transformed a standard semi-detached home into a modern sanctuary.

Sleek new aluminum roofing and windows give it a contemporary edge. Inside, light oak panels and strategic lighting highlight clean lines and textures, while sliding panels reveal hidden spaces with a sense of calm continuity. The result is a home that radiates warmth and tranquility, offering the homeowner a peaceful retreat from the bustling city life of Singapore.

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Rebirth of 12GBR House

The transformation of 12GBR House marries Japanese minimalism with Scandinavian utility. This renovation breathed new life into a previously unremarkable semi-detached home. Consequently, a sleek aluminum roof and windows now give it a modern, updated feel.

A Harmony of Space and Light

Throughout the house, light oak panels are thoughtfully paired with a deliberate lighting scheme, enhancing the architectural lines and textures. Additionally, rhythmic sliding panels cleverly disguise the TV console, bar, and stairway. The end result is a home that exudes warmth and serenity, offering a peaceful sanctuary for the homeowner.

Photography courtesy of K2LD Architects

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