Modern M Residence by ONG&ONG

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Made of rectangular and square shapes the M House is an architectural feat located in Bukit Timah, Singapore. The project was designed by the team at ONG&ONG Pte Ltd, the team responsible for many of the contemporary residences we have featured in the past.

The residence was completed in 2011 and spans 738 square meters over two levels.  The home was designed as to not disturb the surrounding nature, and features plenty of large windows and sliding doors to allow sunlight to enter from all sides of the residence.  For construction materials, the team chose concrete mixed with timber planks for the modern residence along with touches of marble chips to finish off areas of the flooring.

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