In many countries across the world, it is not uncommon for several generations to live under one roof. With this multi-generational approach in mind, design firm, CHANG Architects, began to work on Cornwall Gardens. Located in Singapore, the home was designed to accommodate multiple generations, while also designed to display the relationship between the structure and nature. To do this, the home also doubles as a garden with plenty of space to plant and grow. According to a description of the project, “Plants, water bodies, and living spaces are integrated as one. The setting provides daylighting, natural ventilation, and passive cooling. It offers an ecological-friendly environment that promotes general wellness for all.” Inside, the home utilizes its natural appearance to create a beautiful atmosphere. Take a look at the beautiful Cornwall Gardens by CHANG Architects.
This beautiful covered outdoor space can be used as an entertainment or dining space for large parties.
Blending beautifully with its natural surroundings, this home does a good job of meshing with the plants and trees that are close by.
This house is “intended for multi-generation living. The parents needed an ‘open home, a cool tropical paradise for the family’, encouraging their children to ‘raise their families here when they grow up.” In turn, the home has lots of peaceful areas that can be enjoyed by family members of all ages.
A simple design allows the beautiful view to be the focal point of this bedroom.
Offering an amazing view of the home’s garden area, this bedroom’s bright design makes it the perfect place to start your day.
This amazing swimming pool is certainly one of the home’s best and most beautiful amenities.
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