When Mr James Tan and his spouse, of their 40s, purchased this two-storey nook terrace home in Telok Kurau, they determined to not tear down the construction. Instead, they selected to protect the 30-year-old constructing and do addition-and-alteration works to reinforce its structure and performance.
The couple’s temporary to architects William Ng and Kho Keguang of Studio Wills + Architectswas to have a three-bedroom home with a sheltered automotive porch, a pared-down facade in addition to a further stage for a subtly uncommon aspect.
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