Contemporary JCK1 Residence in Singapore

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

The talented design team at ONG & ONG never disappoint when it comes to bachelor pads, and the crew has hit another home run with the JKC1 residence located in Singapore.

Operating off of the feng shui belief of balancing both mountain and water elements, the home sits on a slight incline overlooking the infinity pool in the front yard, while the swimmers are served with wondrous views of the trees surrounding the property. The home’s social living spaces are located on the first floor, and completely open up to the pool and yard area, while the bedrooms are located on the upper floor of the home.

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