Cluny Park House by Guz Architects

By : Dennis Franklin | 7 Jun 2016 6:47 am | Homes

The Cluny Park House is a residential project designed by Guz Architects and located in Singapore hosting a young family and featuring a structure that tries to take advantage of the hilltop position of the site to provide an open plan that takes maximum advantage from the beautiful view and the warm climate.

The designers used the latest technology, careful planning and design to create a comfortable, sustainable and yet luxurious home with photovoltaic cells and solar water heaters employed along with passive cooling and cross ventilation to reduce the energy needed.

Irrigation tanks and roof gardens collect and recycle the rainwater and the structure is built with materials such as recycled teak and artificial timber to increase the warmth indoors without impacting the environment too much.

A central water court is the main focal point for the whole project and it is surrounded by roof gardens to make nature truly a part of the house with the technology integrated to work with the natural environment without hindering it.

 

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