The house you see in the pictures is not only a display of modern architecture, it’s much more. The idea of the architect Nicholas Burns was to create a house that allows reconfiguration to future needs. Quite provident, we must add. Led by this goal, he designed the Sentosa House, located on the Sentosa Island, Singapore in 2012.

The house is defined by lots of open spaces that ensure adaptability of the interior. All materials, such as stone, steel, recycled golden teak and fair faced concrete are chosen by their duality of function.

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Images copyright: Nicholas Burns

Published in: Houses, Modern | Author: Lynn

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