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Ninety7 house at Siglap Hill, Singapore designed by Aamer Architects

The Singapore-based architecture studio Aamer Architects has designed ''Ninety7'' a house that sits on Siglap Hill, the highest point in a residential suburb in Singapore

Project description by the architects:

One of those stimulating occasions where owner and architect are effectively collaborating, in sync, resulting in a pleasant process & cool project. This house sits on Siglap Hill, the highest point in a residential suburb in Singapore, the site is breezy and enjoys spectacular views of the city skyline and the surrounding low-rise neighbourhood. The owner, a businessman, was then a bachelor who enjoyed entertaining at his house ('bachelor's pad'). The main spaces of the house are elevated off the ground to fully exploit the views and catch the breeze. The main “public” spaces – living room, dining room and open kitchen – are placed on the second level while the private spaces – master bedroom, study and personal entertainment space – are on the third level. A single continuous curvi-linear plane wraps around the two levels of main spaces, flowing from roof of the car porch to the floor of the second level and upward to join the roof at the third level, unifying the main spaces as a single dynamic volume on the southern edge. This curvi-linear plane unwraps itself on the western edge to reveal two large balconies thrusting forward in the direction of the city skyline, propelled by two slanted columns.

Ninety7 house at Siglap Hill, Singapore designed by Aamer Architectsimage © Patrick Bingham-Hall

Magnificent views towards the city from atop Siglap Hill inspired the design. Master and family room are placed on the third level having the best views.

the curvy house illuminated with bulb lights at night image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

Living and Dining on the second level, connected with external verandahs / terraces that flow upwards and fold into the roof form with deep overhangs for sufficient shade and channeling the breeze through the whole house.

image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

Two resort style ‘Cabana’ bedrooms are located on the ground level by the pool with a large open/covered terrace for poolside parties. Roof gardens and timber decks provide added insulation from the sun.

house with long balcony over pool image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

opened windows reflected in the swimming pool image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

long terraces with the pool view image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

curvy balconies covered with parquet wood material image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

the entrance door steps to a White House image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

comfortable living area at terrace with white sofa image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

white leather sofa at living room image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

modern living room design image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

modern black and white kitchen image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

wooden staircase image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

bathroom design with white bathtub image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

Ninety7 house at Siglap Hill, Singapore designed by Aamer Architectsimage © Patrick Bingham-Hall

stylish mirror image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

purple tiles image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

bedroom design image © Patrick Bingham-Hall

first floor plan

second floor plan drawing

third floor plan drawing

Elevation drawing

Elevation drawing

Elevation drawing

Elevation drawing

 

Project name: Ninety7

Architecture firm: Aamer Architects

Location: Singapore, Singapore 

Year: 2010

Project size: 767 m²

Site size: 891 m²

Photography: Patrick Bingham-Hall

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