Formwerkz Architects accomplished the design and improvement for Diamond House, a daring household residence situated alongside Cove Drive in Sentosa, Singapore. According to the architects, the undertaking’s uncommon geometry is derived from “negotiating with the planning parameters imposed on the neighborhood and the will to simplify the constructing type. The entrance and aspect facades are pared down with openings strategically place to permit optimum daylighting with minimal compromise in privateness. The sloping partitions on the corners permit for a smaller footprint whereas increasing the spatial quantity at higher ranges”. Iron wooden, oak and travertine have been the primary supplies employed within the constructing course of.
Respecting the inhabitants’ want for privateness, the Diamond House took on a multi-faceted form, hiding most interiors situated in shut proximity to the road and neighboring homes. The imposing rooms open up in the direction of a swimming pool, a person-made lake and gardens. Any ideas on this uncommon structure strategy?