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Aussie architect builds ‘darn good’ home in Singapore

AUSTRALIAN architect Jochen Foslick has created a home that is not only a delight to look at, but also a joy to live in.

Built on the back of the site of a former Victorian home, the Fosllicks’ new house is situated at the intersection of two busy intersections.

The architect built it using a combination of prefabricated wood and reinforced concrete to give it a sleek appearance.

The design includes a retractable balcony and a large, circular kitchen area.

Built to withstand floods, the new home will also be equipped with an in-house water filtration system, making it easy to flush out when it gets too heavy.

Foslicks’ building materials include reclaimed lumber, plywood and recycled metal, as well as recycled glass and plastic, to create a home which has a distinctly urban feel.

It has also been designed to offer a more traditional Australian look, with wood panels covering the kitchen, living area and two bedrooms.

The new home is located at the corner of the junction of Noyan Rd and Noyang Rd, near the intersection with the Raffles Highway.

If you want to get a closer look, you can see it on the site at a cost of $1.9 million.

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