We might be familiar with the idiom of ‘living in a glass house’, but what is it like literally living in a glass house landed home?
Well, we promise you this is a video you do not want to miss. The interior of this modern minimalist / industrial home interestingly pays tribute to open concept kampong spirit that Singapore is known for in the 1950s.
The homeowners are keen on having as few walls and doors within their 2-storey corner terrace in order to steer away from a the more rigid interior design.
Instead, using sliding doors and curtains to demarcate the living spaces provides homeowners the flexibility to play around with the boundaries in their home.
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