CarverHaggard

The programme of this private gallery in Singapore is arranged over two separate glazed pavilions and three captured garden spaces, connected by a generous covered outdoor seating space which is sheltered from the tropical rain and sun.

Drawing from the precedent of the Singapore “black and white” house, a hybrid between Malayan vernacular typologies and British half-timbered decoration, the layers of construction are exposed and treated in alternating black and white finishes.

Budget: undisclosed
Client: Private
Completion: 2013

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Black & White Gallery 1

Black & White Gallery 2

Black & White Gallery 3

Black & White Gallery 4

Black & White Gallery 5

 
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