Lakeshore View House was constructed by SCDA Architects on a 1,457-meter-square land area. Located at the highest hillside parcel overlooking the nearby Golf Course and port shoreline in Sentosa, Singapore, this contemporary property has two stories and suspended pool. Meanwhile, the architecture firm was able to finish the project in 2007.
The Lakeshore View House
The Lakeshore View House was constructed by making use of a sloping site. Using a composition of volumes, the design offers a flow of informal and formal spaces that interconnect with each other.
In regards to the design concept, this stunning modern home explores the extension of space and the sight line, redefining the hard edges of the suspended box structure via the suspended acrylic pool underneath.
A Series of Terraced Watercourses
The Lakeshore View House fits within the contours of the existing landscape.
Meanwhile, a series of terraced watercourses were incorporated to unify space through the heart of the property on its central axis.
It also flows from a quiet reflective pond on the upper levels through stepped landscaping below.
With this, the poolside level will drop further where a panoramic viewing deck emphasizes the length of a cantilevered acrylic edged swimming pool.
Via SCDA Architects